People

Faculty

  • Professor (Joint appointment with Chicana & Chicano Studies)

Archaeology (Maya hieroglyphic history, Mesoamerican art, experimental archaeology, science studies, culture theory)

  • Assistant Professor

Integrative Anthropological Sciences 

(evolution, genomics, comparative genomics, human biology, evolutionary medicine, fetal-maternal conflict, life history theory, cancer)

  • 805-893-2456
  • HSSB 2045
  • Boddy Lab: HSSB 2041
In the field, preparing a playback trial
  • Assistant Professor

Integrative Anthropological Sciences (primate behavioral ecology, evolution of social systems, competition and cooperation, evolutionary game theory, behavioral endocrinology)

  • (805) 893-4269
  • HSSB 2057
Steven Gaulin
  • Professor
  • 2014-2015 Academic Senate Distinguished Teacher

Integrative Anthropological Sciences, with special interests in evolutionary psychology, cognitive adaptations, the human voice, sexual selection, evolution of sex differences, lipid metabolism and brain evolution.

 

  • (805) 893-7402
  • HSSB 1016
  • Professor

Integrative Anthropological Sciences (behavioral ecology, evolutionary medicine, human biology, biodemography, hunter-gatherers and horticulturalists, life history theory, indigenous health; Bolivia, Paraguay)

  • SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences
  • Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology (Political anthropology of Latin America, Black and Indigenous autonomy, activist research methods, critical race theory.)

  • 805-893-8354
Mary Hancock
  • Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory)

  • (805) 893-2907
  • HSSB 2071
  • Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology (medical anthropology, psychological anthropology, risk and perception, science, technology and society, gender, race and new technologies, public engagement/deliberation, environmental and health inequality, immigration and health, mixed methods for social research, collaborative interdisciplinary research)

  • (805) 893-3350
  • HSSB 2074 (Anthropology)
  • HSSB 2059 (Anthropology Lab)
  • Associate Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology (environmental anthropology, ethnography, land change, Latin America, Brazilian Amazon)

  • (805) 893-4244
  • HSSB 2073
  • HSSB 2075 (lab)
  • Professor

Archaeology (Environmental Archaeology and Human Behavioral Ecology)

  • (805) 893-3456
  • HSSB 2067
  • Assistant Professor

Bioarchaeology (Natural/social disasters, inequality; health; violence; ethnicity; mortuary/skeletal analysis; biogeochemistry; ethnobioarchaeology; Latin America)

  • Assistant Professor

Integrative Anthropological Sciences (behavioural ecology, evolutionary demography, population health, international development, ‘harmful cultural practices’, the family, parental investment and childhood; Tanzania)

  • 805-893-4453
  • HSSB 2055
  • Associate Professor

Archaeology

  • (805) 893-3477
  • HSSB 1029
  • Mediterranean Prehistory and Paleoecology Laboratory
  • Assistant Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology

(indigenous studies, gender & sexuality, race & racism, development, migration, Mexico)

Elana Resnick with arms crossed, drawing in the background
  • Assistant Professor

Sociocultural Anthropology (environmental politics, waste, urban infrastructure, racialization, nuclear energy, labor, socialism/postsocialism, European Union, Bulgaria)

  • 805-893-2820
  • HSSB 2084
  • Professor
  • Director Institute for Social
  • Behavioral & Economic Research

Archaeology (archaeology of Egypt and Nubia [the Sudan], ethnicity, culture contact and imperialism, entanglement, secondary state formation, ideology and legitimization, funerary practice, ceramics and residue analysis)

  • (805) 893-7887
  • HSSB 1003 (Anthropology)
  • North Hall 2204 (ISBER)
John Tooby
  • Distinguished Professor

Integrative Anthropological Sciences (evolutionary psychology, evolutionary biology, cognitive psychology; social psychology, economics, hominid-behavioral evolution, behavioral ecology, evolutionary genetics)

  • (805) 893-8720
  • HSSB 1010
Amber VanDerwarker
  • Professor

Archaeology (paleoethnobotany, zooarchaeology; Mesoamerica, southeastern United States)

  • Professor
  • Department Chair

Sociocultural Anthropology (political economy, Mexico-United States borderlands, water, commodities, history, materialisms)

  • (805) 893-2339
  • HSSB 2081
Gregory Wilson
  • Associate Professor; Graduate Advisor

Archaeology (emergent complexity, identity politics, warfare; Eastern North America, particularly the Mississippi valley and interior southeastern United States)

Staff

  • Academic Personnel Coordinator

Processes all aspects of merit and promotion cases. Submits all UCPath and hiring actions for tenure-track and tenured faculty, emeriti, without salary and temporary academic employees. Coordinates research visitors and postdocs, including necessary J-1 visas. Coordinates senate and temporary faculty recruitment processes. Tracks faculty plans and coordinates leaves. 

  • (805) 893-8152
  • HSSB 2001
  • Undergraduate Program Coordinator

Responsible for all undergraduate affairs. Advises department majors and minors and processes petitions as needed. Manages quarterly Schedule of Classes. Submits one-time room requests for campus general assignment rooms. Manages Department-held room schedule and check-out. Orders textbooks. Coordinates quarterly ESCI and evaluation process.

  • (805) 893-2257
  • HSSB 2001
  • Financial Coordinator

Responsible for all financial matters and accounting systems. Processes and tracks all income and expenses. Processes all requests for reimbursement and travel advances. Reconciles the ledgers and prepares financial reports. Orders business cards and supplies through online Gateway system. Distributes hourly timesheets and paychecks. 

  • (805) 893-7197
  • HSSB 2001
  • Business Officer

Business Officer for the department, responsible for the oversight of budget and finances, academic and staff personnel, human resources, curriculum plans and scheduling, student affairs, facilities and space, equipment, health and safety, long range planning.

  • (805) 893-4625
  • HSSB 2001C
  • Graduate Program Coordinator

Responsible for all graduate student affairs, including hiring (TA, Associate, Reader, GSR, hourly Student Assistant), space assignments and keys. Tracks and advises on degree progress. Advises on admissions and manages online application system. Manages Graduate Division funds allocated to the department, funding awards and central fellowships. Works with Faculty Graduate Advisor in determining TA assignments.

  • (805) 893-2516
  • HSSB 2001

Graduate Students

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Statehood & Anthropology of the State
  • Gender
  • Labor
  • Citizenship
  • Refugees
  • War-time Migration
  • Political Anthropology
  • Neo-liberalism
  • Abhkazia, Caucasus
  • Middle East
  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

  • Behavioral Ecology
  • Biodemography
  • Health
  • Quantitative and Mixed Methods
  • Bolivia
  • Morocco
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Microbotanical Analysis, Paleoethnobotany
  • Great Lakes Archaeology
  • Early Agriculture, Foodways
  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences (IAS)

  • Skeletal Biology
  • Disease Ecology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Health
  • Nutrition
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

  • Primate Behavioral Ecology
  • Community and Population Ecology
  • Trophic Interacations
  • Environmental Adaptations and Evolution
  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • California Archaeology
  • Complex Hunter-Gatherer-Fishers
  • Craft Production
  • Experimental Archaeology
  • Interregional Exchange
  • Social Network Theory
  • Lithic and Shell Bead Analysis
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Culture Contact
  • Colonialism
  • Postcolonialism
  • Spanish Borderlands
  • Archaeology of Ethnicity/Identity/Gender
  • Craft Production and Specialization
  • Archaeological Ethics
  • California Coast and Channel Islands
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Graduate Student

SocioCultural Anthropology

  • Environmental Justice
  • Feminist Political Ecology
  • Energopolitics and extractivism
  • Territorialization of futures
  • Indigenous and peasatn movements
  • Mexico
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Environmental Justice Praxis
  • Environmental and Medical Anthropologies
  • Feminist Political Ecology
  • Critical Agricultural Geographies and Geographies of Possibility
  • GM Soy and Agrochemical Contamination
  • Graduate Student
Archaeology
 
  • Midwest and Southeastern U.S.
  • Culture contact
  • Identity
  • Mississippian
  • Oneota
  • Household archaeology
  • Ceramic Analysis
  • Ceramic analysis
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Maya Archaeology
  • Cave Archaeology
  • Subterranean Archaeology
  • Ritual
  • Landscape, Space and Place
  • Graduate Student
Andean archaeology, the Nasca culture, emergent complexity, religion and ideology, household archaeology, craft production, ceramic analysis
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Graduate Student
Human reproductive ecology and physiology, human-pathogen coevolution, developmental origins of human health and disease. 
 

 

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Political Ecology
  • Environmental Justice
  • Indigenous Rights
  • Colonialism and Imperialism
  • Statemaking and Subjectmaking
  • Development and Modernization
  • Energy and Water Infrastructure
  • Resistance Movements
  • Cultural Revitalization Movements
  • Northern Japan
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

Research Interests:

  • Paleoethnobotany (marcobotanical and microbotanical)
  • Using plant remains to understand the intersections among foodways, economic development, and social dynamics
  • Using experimental archaeology to understand how evidence of cooking deposits can be discovered and interpreted to support a complete picture of food-use
  • Mesoamerican archaeology, Near Eastern archaeology, US Central Plains
  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

I am interested in exploring the perceptions of gender inequality as well as the factors that lead to norm creation on gender inequality from the perspective of young men in Northwestern Tanzania; a rapidly developing rural/urban gradient.

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

I am a North American archaeologist, focusing on Culture Contact through the lenses of ethnogenesis and coalescence.  Currently I have been researching Iroquoia, specifically examining the Mohawk during Contact and early Historic Period, focusing on the agency and identity of the Mohawk using color symbolism and pXRF analysis of historic glass beads at a late 17th century Mohawk village.

Research Interests:

  • Native American Studies
  • Culture Contact
  • Household Archaeology
  • Social Organization
  • Political Economy
  • Historical Archaeology
  • Colonialism
  • Remote Sensing
  • GIS
  • Plantation and Slave Archaeology
  • Southeastern and Eastern United States
  • Mission Archaeology
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

I am interested in assessing health over time in pre- and protohistoric Chumash populations through the analysis of skeletal remains. I am particularly interested in treponemal diseases, of which the origin, spread and movements are still unclear. My background is in forensic anthropology, neonatal osteology, bioarchaeology, and Channel Islands archaeology.

  • Assistant Curator for Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Decolonization
  • Tribal Museums and Cultural Centers
  • Research Ethics
  • Self Determination
  • Material Culture
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Human Behavioral Ecology
  • Risk-preference
  • Quantitative methods
  • Bioarchaeology
  • Stable isotope chemistry
  • GIS
  • Warfare
  • Territoriality
  • Defensive strategies
  • Agricultural strategies
  • Peruvian Andes
  • Colorado Plateau

 

  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • New World Archaeology (Guatemala, Southeastern U.S.)
  • Food and Identity, Community Building, Urbanization, Culture Contact
  • Archaeobotany (Macrobotanical and Microbotanical), Quantitative Methods
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Maya Ceremonial Monuments
  • Mesoamerican Archaeology
  • Iconography
  • Art History
  • Ritual Landscapes
  • Geospatial Science and Technology
  • Epigraphy
  • Linguistics
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Zooarchaeology
  • Nile Valley and the Sahara
  • African Pastoralism
  • Nubian C-Group
  • Ethnicity
  • African Diaspora

 

  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Environmental Archaeology
  • Paleoethnobotany
  • Zooarchaeology
  • Historical Ecology
  • Coupled Human-Natural Systems
  • Socio-Ecological Knowledge
  • Culture Contact
  • Foodways
  • New World Archaeology
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

My research focuses on the ways that international nongovernmental organizations impact local food systems in southwestern Haiti.

  • Haiti
  • (I)NGOs
  • Food Systems
  • Disasters
  • Environment
  • Gender
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Maritime Hunter-Gatherers
  • California Archaeology
  • Indigenous/Community Collaboration
  • Zooarchaeology
  • Marine Ecology
  • Landscapes
  • Historical Processualism
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

Historical Archaeology
Colonialism and Culture Contact
Spanish Borderlands
Anthropology of Religion
Religious Interactions in the Context of Culture Shock
California Archaeology
Shell Bead Analysis

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Environmental Anthropology
  • Environmental History
  • Marxist Thought/Critical Theory
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Forestry
  • C.S. Peirce Semiotic Theory
  • Multi-Species Ethnography
  • Graduate Student

SocioCultural Anthropology

  • Racialization, white privilege and mestizaje
  • Control populations and state formation
  • Labor exploitation, migration, and agro-industrial process
  • Neoliberalism and multiculturalism
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Environmental Anthropology
  • Invasive Species, Fisheries, Food
  • Mexico, Cuba, Latin America
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

My research interests include the history of interaction between ancient Nubia and Egypt, the archaeology of alcohol consumption, and religious ritual and practice.  I am interested in the way Nubian cosmology is made manifest in the archaeological record, specifically in regard to the development of materials designed for ritual purposes.  Additionally, I am interested in the development and consumption of ancient Nubian beers, their movement across spaces, and their engagement with non-Nubian peoples through trade and social consumption.

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Graduate Student

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

  • At UCSB I plan to work on maternal-fetal conflict as illustrated through fetal microchimerism, immunology, and placental biology. 
  • I have previously studied variation in gorilla skeletal morphology, specifically as related to locomotor differences that may be correlated with altitude. 

 

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

Research Interests: 

  • environmental anthropology
  • fire
  • political ecology
  • ethnoecology
  • ethnobotany
  • ontologies
  • California
  • Latin America
  • Graduate Student

Archaeology

My research investigates the beginnings of transhumance on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia during the Middle Neolithic.

  • Human Behavioral Ecology
  • Domestication
  • Paleoecology
  • Remote Sensing
  • GIS
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

My research interests include:

1. disability as a collective, social phenomenon.

2. the construction of the self and the community as a reciprocal process through identification with media and other forms of representation.

3. urban spatial configuration and its relation to identity formation.

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • India
  • Political Economy
  • International Development
  • Tech Culture
  • Digital Ethnography
  • Reception Studies
  • Water
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural

  • Edible Insects
  • Environmental Anthropology
  • Perceptions of food, nature, and environment
  • Human-Environment Interactions
  • Traditional Ecological Knowledge
  • Food Systems

Adjunct and Affiliated Faculty

  • Assistant Professor

Home Department: Asian American Studies

  • Professor

Home Department: Linguistics

  • Professor

Home Department: Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • Adjunct Professor

Professor; Director, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon

  • Adjunct Professor

ISBER, Director Meso American Research Center

  • Professor

Home Department: East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies

  • Adjunct Professor

Curator of Anthropology, SB Museum of Natural History

  • 805-682-4711 x139
  • Associate Professor

Home Department: East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies

  • Associate Professor

Home Department: Music

  • Professor

Home Department: Feminist Studies

  • Professor

Home Department: Religious Studies

Lecturers, Visitors and PostDocs

  • Lecturer

Integrative Anthropological Sciences

  • Postdoctoral Scholar & Lecturer
  • Lecturer
Lecturer in Anthropology & Environmental Studies
(Summer Sessions)
  • Lecturer

Biological Anthropology

  • Postdoctoral Scholar
  • Continuing Lecturer

State and Racial Formation, Mestizaje,  Nation,  Race and Ethnic Relations, Indigenous,  Afro-descendants and Mestizo Population,  Anti-Racism, Mexico and Latin America. 

  • Postdoctoral Scholar

population health science; evolutionary anthropology; family demography; life course transitions; reproductive decision making; reproductive health; Tanzania

  • Academic Research Visitor

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Lecturer

Sociocultural Anthropology

  • Lecturer

Sociocultural Anthropology

Emeriti

  • Professor Emerita

Social anthropology; technology; agriculture; medicine; science and society; sociology of knowledge; China, Europe, California

 

  • Professor Emeritus (Deceased)

Modernization, ecology, plural societies; Africa

  • Professor Emeritus

Sociocultural Anthropology (borderlands, indigenous studies, ethnohistorical methods and theory, comparative slavery, non-profit missions, management and governance, the professoriate in the twenty-first century.

  • Professor Emeritus

Sociocultural anthropology, political anthropology, anthropology of history; Southeast Asia

 

  • Professor Emeritus

Political anthropology; Latin America

  • Professor Emeritus (Deceased)

Social behavior, evolutionary theory, social structure, South American Indians

  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Old World archaeology, general prehistory, multimedia teaching

Lynn Gamble
  • Professor Emerita

Archaeology (emergent sociopolitical complexity among hunter-gatherer societies in southern California, especially the Chumash Indians; California, North America)

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Research Professor

Archaeology, cultural ecology; western North America

  • Professor Emeritus

History of anthropology, social history of rural America and New Zealand

 

Michael Jochim
  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Archaeology (archaeology, hunters-gatherers, European prehistory, archaeological method and theory)

  • HSSB 1029
  • Professor Emeritus (Deceased)

Social anthropology; South Asia, South Asian Muslims

  • Professor Emeritus

Development, peasant studies, Chicano studies and migration; Mediterranean Europe, Mexico and US Southwest

  • Professor Emeritus

Social change and development, economic and political processes; Africa, Europe

Katharina Schreiber
  • Professor Emerita

Archaeology (archaeology of Andean South America and the southwestern United States, origin and development of complex societies, empire expansion, settlement patterns)

Susan Stonich
  • Professor Emerita

Sociocultural Anthropology (ecological, economic and developmental anthropology, natural resource management, qualitative and quantitative analysis, political ecology; Appalachia, Latin America, Asia)

  • Professor Emeritus

Physical anthropology, primate social behavior, the evolution of human behavior

  • Professor Emerita
  • Research Professor

Archaeology, cultural ecology; Mesoamerica

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Alumni

PhD Recipients in Anthropology

View job placement data for our PhD recipients

Last Name First Name Wing Dissertation Title Advisor
Year
Aames Jacqueline S. Sociocultural The role of education in affecting changes in attitudes and values toward strategies of elite selection: Micronesia under an American Administration Harding 1976
Aasved Mikal J. Sociocultural Alcohol, Drinking, and Intoxication in Preindustrial Society: Theoretical, Nutritional, and Religious Considerations Madsen 1988
Abraham Sarah Archaeology Provincial Life in the Inca Empire: Continuity and Change at Pulapuco, Peru Schreiber 2010
Acuna Guillermo M. Sociocultural Ethnographic evaluation: a case study Service 1979
Akmenkalns Jessica Archaeology Cultural Continuity and Change in the Wake of Ancient Nubian-Egyptian Interactions Smith 2018
Ali Mohamed F.A. Archaeology Sociopolitical structure and the regeneration of the Meroitic state between the 5th cataract and Khartoum Smith 2016
Allen Wayne E. Sociocultural Sustainable resource economies versus extractive surplus economies in the Canadian Subarctic: a reassessment of Hardin's Tragedy of the Commons Chagnon 1998
Altamirano Deborah R. Sociocultural Up in arms: the lives and times of women activists in the World War II Greek resistance Mines 1993
Andrushko Valerie A. Archaeology The Bioarchaeology of Inca Imperialism in the Heartland: An Analysis of Prehistoric Burials from the Cuzco Region of Peru Walker 2007
Arnold Jeanne E. Archaeology Chumash economic specialization: an analysis of the quarries and bladelet production villages of the Channel Islands, California Spaulding 1983
Bamforth Douglas B. Archaeology Predictability, Productivity, and Patchiness: Ecology and Human Organization on the Great Plains Jochim 1986
Bardolph Dana N. Archaeology Reimagining Ancient Agricultural Strategies and Gendered Labor in the Prehispanic Moche Valley of North Coastal Peru VanDerwarker 2017
Barrett H. Clark Biosocial Human cognitive adaptations to predators and prey Tooby 1999
Bell James R. Sociocultural Formal Education and Local Socialization among the Wataita of Southeastern Kenya: An Anthropological Perspective Brokensha 1988
Bettison Cynthia Ann Archaeology The Determinants Of Settlement Patterns Among Prehistoric Agriculturalists Of The Colorado Plateau:  A Case Study From The Lower Zuni River Valley, Arizona. Glassow 1998
Billman Brian Archaeology The Evolution of Prehistoric Political Organizations in the Moche Valley, Peru Schreiber 1996
Bisson Michael S. Archaeology The prehistoric coppermines of Zambia Fagan 1976
Biwer Matthew Archaeology Colonialism, Cuisine, and Culture Contact: An Analysis of Provincial Foodways of the Wari Empire (A.D. 600 - 1000) VanDerwarker 2019
Bjornsdottir Inga Sociocultural Nationalism, Gender and the Contemporary Icelandic Women's Movement Yang 1993
Borek Alison S. Sociocultural Motherhood, Work, Power and the Spanish State: The Perspectives of Two Generations in Catalunya Yang (Chair) 2008
Bowser Brenda Jean Archaeology The Perceptive Potter: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Pottery, Ethnicity, and Political Action in Amazonia Jochim 2002
Bozeman Tandy K. Archaeology Moundville phase communities in the Black Warrior River Valley, Alabama Spaulding 1982
Brandoff-Kerr Joan E. Archaeology Prehistoric Land Use in the Santa Lucia Mouontains: An Overview of the Esselen and their Settlement Strategy Glassow 2004
Brommer Stephanie Sociocultural We Walk with Them: South Asian Women's Organizations in Northern California Confront Domestic Abuse  Mines 2004
Brown Nina Sociocultural Work in the Digital Sublime: The False Promise of Jobs in the Irish Software Industry Bray 2007
Brownell Susan E. Sociocultural The Olympic movement on its way into Chinese culture Brown 1990
Buzon Michelle Archaeology A Bioarchaeological Perspective on State Formation in the Nile Valley Walker 2004
Caron Bruce Sociocultural Performing democracy: Kyoto's Higashi-kujo Madang festival as a counter-public event Mines 1997
Carranza Douglas Sociocultural Indigenous Communities and the Ethnography of Governmentality in El Salvador. Yang 2003
Carney Megan Sociocultural The Other Side of Hunger: Everyday Experiences of Mexican and Central American Migrant Women with Food Insecurity in Santa Barbara County Stonich 2012
Cassidy Jim Archaeology An Ecological Examination of the Evolution of Neolithic Societies in the Primorye Region of the Russian Far East During the Middle Holocene. Glassow 2004
Castro Alfonso P. Sociocultural Facing Kirieyaga: a socioeconomic history of resource use and forestry intervention in Southern Mount Kenya Brokensha 1988
Chacon Richard Sociocultural Testing the Energy Maximization and Time Minimization Hypotheses: The Effects of Shotguns on Achuar Indian Hunting. Jochim 2001
Chatfield Melissa Archeology From Inca to Spanish Colonial: Transitions in Ceramic Technology. Schreiber 2007
Chaiken Miriam S. Sociocultural The Social, Economic, and Health Consequences of Spontaneous Frontier Resettlement in the Philippines Brown 1983
Cimino Aldo IAS Hazing as a Manifestation of Evolved Psychology Gaulin 2013
Conelly Thomas W. Sociocultural Upland development in the tropics: alternative economic strategies in a Philippine frontier community Brokensha 1983
Conlee Christine Archaeology Late Prehispanic Occupation of Pajonal Alto, Nasca, Peru: Implications for Imperial Collapse and Societal Reformation Schreiber 2000
Cordell Linda S. Archaeology Settlement pattern changes at Wetherill Mesa, Colorado: a test case for computer simulation in archaeology Spaulding 1972
Cordover Jill Sociocultural Communal adaptation in Israel: a study of the Moshav Shitufi Erasmus 1986
Costello Julia G. Archaeology Variability and economic change in the California missions: an historical and archaeological study Glassow 1990
Covarrubias Lorenzo Sociocultural Ideology, Brokers, Political Action, and the State: The Strategies and Historical Transformation of a Counterrevolutionary Urban and Peasant Movement in Mexico Carlos 2000
Craig Nathan Archaeology The Formation of Early Settled Villages and Emergence of Leadership: A Test of Three Theroretical Models in the Rio Llave, Lake Titicaca Basin, Southern Peru Aldenderfer 2005
Crawford David Sociocultural "Work and Identity in the Moroccan High Atlas" Robertson 2001
Cremers Matthea Biosocial/Sociocultural Women in Paradise? Tourism and Gender in Bali, Indonesia. Brown 1999
Dahdul Mariam Archaeology A Regional and Diachronic Study of Hunter-Gatherer Mobility and Mortuary Practices in the Salton Basin, Southeastern California Glassow 2013
DeSilva Sepalika Sociocultural Cultural Practice of Human Rights: An Anthropological Study of Human Rights in Sri Lanka Darian-Smith 2006
Dick-Bissonnett Linda Sociocultural Foothill Yokut, Mono, and Miwok Women: An anthropological perspective Harding 1997
Easland-Whitney Phyllis Sociocultural Psuno Vreme i Zvoncari: an analysis of carnival behavior in Kastavstina, Croatia Bohannan 1985
Eder James F. Sociocultural The origin, maintenance, and perpetuation of social inequalities in a Philippine community Brown 1974
Edwards Matthew Archaeology Archaeological Investigations at Pataraya: A Wari Outpost in the Nasca Valley of Southern Peru Schreiber 2010
Eerkens Jelmer Archaeology The Origins of Pottery among the Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of California and the Western Great Basin. Jochim 2001
Eisenntraut Phyllisa J. Archaeology Macrobotanical remains from Southern Peru: a comparison of late archaic-early formative period sites from the Puna and Suni zones of the Western Titicaca Basin. Aldenderfer 1998
Embuldeniya Gayathri Sociocultural Producing Home Elsewhere: The Changing Place-Making Practices of Sri Lankan Tamils in Toronto Hancock 2011
Eng Jacqueline Archaeology Nomadic Pastoralists and the Chinese Empire: A Bioarchaeological Study of China's Northern Frontier Walker 2007
English-Lueck June A. Sociocultural A place for healing: an ethnography of holistic health practitioners in Southern California Bohannan 1985
Erlandson Jon M. Archaeology Of millingstones and molluscs: the cultural ecology of early Holocene hunter-gatherers on the California coast Glassow 1988
Fairbanks William L. Sociocultural The acculturation of the Pomo Indians of Northern California Erasmus 1975
Fernando Oshan Sociocultural The effects of evangelical Christianity on State Formation in Sri Lanka Hancock 2011
Figeroa Sánchez Teresa Sociocultural Mexican Immigrant Family Farms in the California Strawberry Industry Palerm 2002
Fletcher Robert Sociocultural The Call to Adventure: An Ethnographic and Textual Study of Adventure Ecotourism through Whitewater Padding Darian-Smith 2005
Fleuret Patrick C. Sociocultural Farm and market: a study of society and agriculture in Tanzania Brokensha 1978
Fleuret Anne K. Sociocultural Social organization and adaptation among Sikhs in Tanzania Brokensha 1975
Flores-Fernandez Carola Archaeology Past Small-Scale Ecological and Oceanographic Variability around Santa Cruz Island, California.  Implications for Human Foraging on M. californiaus Beds During the Late Holocene (2200-500 B.P.) Glassow 2014
Foor Thomas A. Archaeology Cultural continuity on the northwestern Great Plains 1300 B.C. to A.D. 200, the Pelican Lake culture Spaulding 1982
Ford Anabel Archaeology Population growth and social complexity: an examination of settlement and environment in the central Maya lowlands Voorhies 1981
Friberg Christine Archaeology Igniting Interaction through Mississippian Tradition-making:  An Interregional Analysis at the Audrey Site Schreiber 2018
Gamble Lynn H. Archaeology Organization of activities at the historic settlement of Helo': a Chumash political, economic, and religious center Glassow 1991
Garcia Angela IAS The Embodiment of Stress: Do cortisol-immune interactions moderate social influences on health? Blackwell and Gurven 2018
Garcia Victor Q. Sociocultural Surviving farm work: economic strategies of Mexican and Mexican American households in a rural Californian community Palerm 1992
Gasco Janine L. Archaeology Cacao and the economic integration of native society in colonial Soconusco, New Spain Voorhies 1987
Gerstle Andrea I. Archaeology Maya-Lenca ethnic relations in late classic period Copan, Honduras Voorhies 1988
Gibson Patricia R. Sociocultural Tradition and change: local leve lpolitics in Bavaria Brokensha 1983
Gilbert Myrna J.H. Sociocultural Los parientes: social structural factors and kinship relations among second generation Mexican Americans in two Southern California communities Carlos 1980
Gill Kristina Archaeology Ancient Plant Use and the Importance of Geophytes among the Island Chumash of Santa Cruz Island, California Jochim 2015
Gmelch Sharon B. Sociocultural The emergence and persistence of an ethnic group: the Irish "Travellers" Erasmus 1974
Gmelch George Sociocultural Change and adaptation among Irish "Travellers" Erasmus 1974
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