Takeshi Inomata (On Sabbatical, Fall 2020-Spring 2021)
Professor of Anthropology
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 413
Takeshi Inomata is an archaeologist who studies Maya civilization, social change, warfare, architecture, and ceramics. He has worked at the Maya sites of Aguateca and Ceibal, Guatemala, and in the Middle Usumacinta region, Tabasco, Mexico.
Ibrahim Burhan Isik
I am a PhD student in sociocultural anthropology. I was born and raised in Kocaeli, Turkey. I did my B.A. in Anthropology at Mardin Artuklu University and my M.A. in Sociology from Istanbul Sehir University, both in Turkey. My research plan is to work on human-nonhuman relations during resistance...