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Katie Gillespie
Ph.D. Program
kag@email.arizona.edu
While I am most comfortable on the east coast, and specifically in the southeast, Arizona has grown on me. After 6 weeks at a sexual abuse/family violence NGO in northern South Africa in 2002, I have be trying to find a way back. I took a break between my MA and PhD to work for 2 years at a sexual...
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Mary Kay Gilliland
Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology
mkgill@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.206.6645
Office: Pima Community College
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Evan Giomi
Graduate Associate
egiomi@email.arizona.edu
I am an archaeology PhD candidate. I earned my BA in Anthropology from New College of Florida in 2013, and my MA in Archaeology at the University of Arizona in 2015. My Masters thesis examined possible interregional connections between the Pueblos of the Rio Abajo and those located in other regions...
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Gitanjali Gnanadesikan
PhD Student
gitag@email.arizona.edu
I am an evolutionary biologist and comparative psychologist who is interested in social behavior and cognition. I work with Evan MacLean in the Arizona Canine Cognition Center studying the development and evolution of behavior and cognition in dogs and wolves.
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Stefanie Graeter
Assistant Professor of Latin American Health and Anthropology graeter@arizona.edu
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Linda Green
Professor of Anthropology
lbgreen@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-621-3258
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 304
I am a socio-cutural and medical anthropologist. In my scholarship I draw on insights garnered from over two decades of field-based research that has centered on multi-dimensional aspects of violence, directed in particular, against indigenous peoples in three geographical regions,1. in the rural...
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James B. Greenberg
Professor of Anthropology & Research Anthropologist (BARA), Retired
jgreenbe@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.6316
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Geronimo Building, Room 324
James B. Greenberg is a Senior Research Professor in the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology (BARA) and a Professor of Anthropology in the School of Anthropology. His current research uses a political ecology framework to examine the impact of global capital on the development and well-being...
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Deanna N. Grimstead
PhD Student (in-field)
dng@email.arizona.edu
Profile Deanna received a B.A., 2001, and M.A., 2005, in anthropology from California State University, Chico. Her thesis entitled, "Tracking Artiodactyl Hunting Across Late Period Northern California: An Assessment of Traditional and Geochemical Methods", applied a well known zooarchaeological...
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Kelsey E. Hanson
Graduate Associate
kehanson@email.arizona.edu
Office: Southwest Archaeology Lab (Haury 402)
Kelsey E. Hanson ia a North American anthropological archaeologist with broad interests in craft specialization, traditional knowledge, power, performance, and paint technology. Operating at the disciplinary intersections of archaeology, conservation science, and ethnography, her doctoral research...
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Rebecca Harkness
rjharkness@email.arizona.edu
Office: Southwest Archaeology Lab, Haury 402
Rebecca Harkness graduated from Arizona State University Barrett, the Honors College with a BA in Anthropology and a Minor in History. After Undergrad, she galivanted off to Tokyo where she taught English for two years before returning to complete her MA in Anthropology with an archaeological focus...
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Eleni Hasaki
Professor of Anthropology and Classics; Co-director, Laboratory for Traditional Technology
hasakie@email.arizona.edu
FAX: 520.621.8516
Office: Haury 314A
Research: Eleni Hasaki is  Professor of Anthropology and Classics at the University of Arizona and the co-director of the Laboratory for Traditional Technology . She received her B.A. from the University of Athens, Greece and her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Cincinnati. She has...
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C. Vance Haynes
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology
TEL: 520.621.6307
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 114
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Ann Lane Hedlund
Professor of Anthropology, Curator of Ethnology (Arizona State Museum) [RETIRED]
ahedlund@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.8364
FAX: 520.621.2976
Office: Arizona State Museum North, Room 305
Ann Lane Hedlund retired in 2013 but remains active in writing, publishing, and consulting with many museums and cultural centers. From 1997 to 2013, she served as a professor of anthropology and curator of ethnology at the Arizona State Museum on the U of A campus. She also directed the Gloria F....
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Eric Heffter
ericheffter@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD student in Archaeology, with a minor in Geosciences. I received my BA in Anthropology from The University of Connecticut in 2008 and my MA in Anthropology from the University of Arizona in 2013. My research interests include lithic analysis, Paleolithic Archaeology and Geoarchaeology . I...
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Richard N. Henderson
Professor Emeritus
rhenders@email.arizona.edu
Since his retirement in 1996, Professor Henderson has pursued a course of activities somewhat different from that of many retirees. The fruits of his efforts may be seen in the following websites: http://saguaro-juniper.com   (2000-2006)...
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Jenessa Hermosillo
Accountant
jhermosillo1@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-626-1691
Office: Haury Room 223
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Jane H. Hill
Regents' Professor and Professor of Anthropology, Professor (Linguistics)
jhill@email.arizona.edu
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  My primary research specialization is on the Uto-Aztecan languages. I have studied all dimensions of these languages, including their grammar and phonology, their sociolinguistic status, and their history. I have conducted field work on three of them: Cupeño, Nahuatl and Tohono O'odham. I...
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Amanda Hilton
ajhilton@email.arizona.edu
I completed my undergraduate education at Colby College, double majoring in anthropology and religious studies. I am an environmental anthropologist and I have focused on food systems, drawing on political ecology, critical heritage studies, and the anthropology of the senses. I have been fortunate...
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Gregory W. L. Hodgins
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Assistant Research Scientist (Physics)
ghodgins@physics.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.3619
FAX: 520.621.4721
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Karl Hoerig
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology
kahoerig@email.arizona.edu
TEL: (520) 404-7100
FAX: (928)338-1716
 Karl Hoerig is director of the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Nohwike' Bágowa (House of Our Footprints) Museum at Fort Apache, Arizona, and is director and lead faculty mentor for the White Mountain Apache Tribe/U.A. collaborative Western Apache Ethnography and Geographic Information Systems...
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Maureen Hoffmann
mhoffm@email.arizona.edu
 Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology-Linguistics (ANLI): I am interested in minority languages, endangered languages, language revitalization, Southeast Asia (especially Thailand and Burma), language and identity, language documentation, phonetics, and linguistic anthropology. I received my A.B. from...
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Vance T. Holliday (On Sabbatical Fall 2021)
Professor of Anthropology & Geosciences
vthollid@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.4734
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 406
Vance Holliday is both an archaeologist and geologist who has spent much of his career reconstructing and interpreting the landscapes and environments in which past societies lived, and how these conditions evolved. Most of his geoarchaeological research has focused on Paleoindian archaeology on...
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Sandra Holm
Senior Academic Advisor II
sholm@email.arizona.edu
Office: Modern Languages, Room 445
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Jeffrey A. Homburg
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Director of Geosciences Department (SRI)
jhomburg@sricrm.com
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Catharine Honaman
Catharine Niuzzo Honaman is a first year student in the Applied Archaeology M.A. program. After growing up in the Great Lakes region she received her B. A. in art history from John Carroll University in the Greater Cleveland area. For her M. A. in English from Millersville University in...
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Maren Hopkins
M.A. Program
marenh@email.arizona.edu
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Perlana Howard
Academic Program Coordinator
perlanah@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-621-1767
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Leila Hudson
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Professor (NES and Judaic Studies)
lhudson@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.8766
FAX: 520.621.9257
Office: Louise Foucar Marshall Building, Room 440
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Terry Hunt
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Takeshi Inomata
Professor of Anthropology
inomata@arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.2961
FAX: 520.621.2088
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.
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