Clare Fawcett, Ph.D., Associate Professor
- Japanese archaeology, medical anthropology, anthropology of tourism
Mikael Haller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
- Comparative approach to studying the emergence and development of complex societies; quantitative methods and computer applications to archaeology (GIS/CAD); settlement patterns; household archaeology; Mesoamerica; Lower Central America.
Christina Holmes, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
- Anthropology of science and technology, medical anthropology, and biotechnology, with particular interest in topics relating to agriculture and food. Ethnographic research areas: Canada and Colombia.
Michael Gregg, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
- Adaptations in human behaviour to availability of food resources; molecular and isotopic analyses of ancient organic residues (GC/MS, GC-C-IRMS); ceramic technologies; pastoral economies; Central Asia; southern plain of the Caspian Sea.
L. Jane McMillan, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Communities/Associate Professor
Indigenous studies, Mi’kma’ki knowledge mobilization, treaty rights implementation, political and legal anthropology, Two—Eyed Seeing, engaged and applied participatory action methodologies.
Susan Vincent, Ph.D., Associate Professor
- Development anthropology, Anthropology of globalization, Community development, Peru.