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Gina Watkinson
Conservation Laboratory Coordinator (ASM)
gwatkins@email.arizona.edu
TEL: (520)-621-6314
Office: Arizona State Museum, Conservation Lab, Room 125
Gina is an archaeology doctoral student in the School of Anthropology, University of Arizona. She began the archaeology program in the fall of 2016. Gina is also the laboratory coordinator for the Preservation Division at the Arizona State Museum where she has worked since 2007.  She received a...
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James T. Watson
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Curator of Bioarchaeology (ASM)
watsonjt@email.arizona.edu
TEL: (520) 621-4794
Office: Arizona State Museum, Room 215-N
    My research examines health and disease in prehistoric populations through their skeletal remains. I am specifically interested in understanding prehistoric human adaptations in desert ecosystems and the role local resources play in the adoption of agriculture and their impact on health....
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Thomas Weaver
Professor Emeritus
tweaver@email.arizona.edu
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James Webber
jwebber@email.arizona.edu
James is a Ph.D. student studying the evolution of human endurance running. He is currently using a postmodernist apporach to rexamine the role of women, children, and the elderly in the apperance of derrived skeletal traits in early Homo that have been linked to male hunting behaviors.   
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Martin H. Welker
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Assistant Curator of Zooarchaeology
mwelker@arizona.edu
TEL: 520-626-5579
Office: Arizona State Museum 213-N
I am an anthropological archaeologist, specializing in zooarchaeology. I am currently the Assistant Curator of Zooarchaeology at the Arizona State Museum, and also an Assistant Professor of Anthropology in the School of Anthropology. My research focuses on human behavior and the mechanics of...
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Rebecca Wey
rwey@email.arizona.edu
I am currently studying a literary initiative launched in response to narco-violence in Mexico, Nuestra Aparente Rendición, or “Our Apparent Surrender.”  Drawing from Richard Rorty’s concept of the contingency of language and articulating this to a critical project with Lacanian psychoanalysis, I...
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Alena Wigodner
awigodner@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD student in archaeology with a concentration in archaeology of the Mediterranean world. I received my B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014 and my M.A. from the University of Arizona in 2017. My area of focus is Roman colonialism, specifically in the western Roman provinces...
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Richard H. Wilkinson
Regents' Professor and Professor Emeritus
egypt@email.arizona.edu
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Brackette F. Williams
Associate Professor of Anthropology
bfw@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-621-6284
FAX: 520-621-2088
Office: Haury Anthropology 308
Associate Professor Brackette F. Williams (Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1984) is interested in three overlapping areas critical to modeling the socialization of agents for relations among ethnicity, gender, age, and dark sector economic activities. Her initial research and publications focused...
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Jordan Wilson
Bioarchaeologist
jkrummel@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate in bioarchaeology. My dissertation research focuses on interpreting atypical or deviant burials using archaeothanatology, but I also study the health of women and infants during pregnancy and the early postnatal period. I work in Roman Umbria and the prehistoric Sonoran...
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Whit Wilson
Student Worker
wmwilson1@email.arizona.edu
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Matthew Winter
mwinter@email.arizona.edu
I consider myself first and foremost as a broadly trained archaeologist of the Mediterranean. Currently, my main research focus is on the Hellenistic and Roman periods in the Eastern Mediterranean. I study architecture, urbanism, and social networks, all of which is guided by a firm grounding in...
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Alicia Woods
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Drexel G. Woodson
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Research Anthropologist (BARA)
dwoodson@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.8811
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Geronimo Building, Room 328
Drexel Woodson (Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1990) is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and an Associate Research Anthropologist with the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology. His research in Latin America and the Caribbean focuses on biography, history and bibliography in the...
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Kayla Worthey
kbworthey@email.arizona.edu
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Anne L. Wright
Professor of Anthropology, Professor (Pediatrics), Senior Associate Dean (Faculty Affairs)
awright@resp-sci.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.6754
FAX: 520.626.6970
Office: Arizona Health Sciences Center
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