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Anthropology

Lisa Anderson-LevyLisa Anderson-Levy

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Can speak about race and whiteness, gender and feminist methodologies, citizenship theory, critical race theory, and reproductions of white/raced identities. Geographic area of expertise: Jamaica

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Dan BartlettDan Bartlett

Logan Museum of Anthropology Curator of Exhibits and Education

Can speak about the Logan Museum's exhibits and programs; developing, designing, and evaluating museum exhibits and programs; and informal interpretation and education including museum education

 


 

Jennifer EsperanzaJennifer Esperanza

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Can speak about language and culture/linguistics, the political economy, consumerism/the consumer society, and food activism (the slow food movement and community gardening). Geographic area of expertise: Southeast Asia (Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore)

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Shannoe FieShannon Fie

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Can speak about North American archaeology, Midwest prehistory, and cultural studies of ceramics

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William GreenWilliam Green

James E. Lockwood Director of the Logan Museum of Anthropology and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology

Can speak about archaeology, Native Americans, ethnobotany, and Indian mounds

 


 

Nancy KruskoNancy A. Krusko

William S. Godfrey Professor of Anthropology

Can speak about forensic anthropology/human skeletal anatomy, non-human primate behavior, and medical anthropology. Geographic area of expertise: the Caribbean region

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Rob LaFleurRobert André LaFleur

Professor of Anthropology and History

Can speak about the history of China and East Asia (including Japan and Korea); cultural analysis (social and cultural "theory") of a wide array of topics; historical archives; and management and business (he is currently writing a management book of lessons from China)

To learn more about LaFleur’s work, visit his blog.

 


 

Nicolette MeisterNicolette Meister

Logan Museum of Anthropology Curator of Collections 

Can speak about the history of the Logan Museum’s collections, collections management, digitization, curricular use of collections, Native American ethnology, Oceanic ethnology, and museum representation

 


 

Nicole TruesdellNicole Truesdell

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Director of the McNair Scholars Program

Can speak about political/legal anthropology, citizenship, the modern nation-state, biological and genetic ideas of difference and ancestry, race and racism, class, inequality, community organizations, and social movements. Geographic area of expertise: the U.S. and the U.K.