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Mary C. Stiner's picture
Mary C. Stiner
Regents' Professor of Anthropology (& ASM Curator of Zooarchaeology)
mstiner@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.2694
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 409B
MARY C. STINER (PhD 1990) is Regents' Professor of Anthropology in the School of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson. She is also Curator of Zooarchaeology at the Arizona State Museum. She conducts archaeological research on human ancestors, paleoeconomics, and social evolution. Her book,...
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Richard W. Stoffle
Professor of Anthropology, Research Anthropologist (BARA)
rstoffle@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.2462
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 319A
Dr. Stoffle is the head of an applied cultural anthropology research team that conducts various kinds of funded studies. Current studies (2013-2016) include (1) the Kaibab Paiute Aboriginal Water Uses, (2) EFMO, the Traditional Cultural Property potential of Effigy Mounds National Monument, Iowa, (...
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Marijke Stoll
Teaching Assisstant
mstoll@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 773-859-0213
Office: 408A
Saludos! I am a PhD Graduand in Archaeology at the University of Arizona. For the past 10 years my research has centered on ballcourts and the Mesoamerican ballgame, particularly those ballgame traditions that existed in prehispanic Oaxaca. In particular I focus on the role of the ballgame in the...
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Allison Stuewe
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Christine R. Szuter
Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, Executive Director (Amerind Foundation)
cszuter@amerind.org
TEL: 520-586-3666
Christine R. Szuter Executive Director Amerind Foundation P. O. Box 400 Dragoon, Arizona 85609 cszuter@amerind.org 520-586-3666 520-686-1100 (cell) 
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Maisa Taha
Post-doctoral Research Associate
mct@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 310A
Maisa Taha is a post-doctoral lecturer and researcher in linguistic and applied anthropology. Her work examines the historic and contemporary uses of "conviviality" discourses in multicultural Spain. Her dissertation, titled "Cultivating Convivencia: Youth and Democratic Education in Southeast...
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Stacey Tecot
Associate Professor
stecot@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-621-6294
FAX: 520-621-2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 310A (Spring 2017)
Lab: http://www.leep.arizona.edu My main interest is in how individuals cope with changing environments. My current focus is on the evolution of cooperative and reproductive strategies, with a particular emphasis on the evolution of allomaternal care in...
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Nicolette I. Teufel-Shone
Professor of Anthropology, Professor (Public Health)
teufel@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.9676
FAX: 520.626.8716
Office: Arizona Health Sciences Center
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Raymond H. Thompson
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology
thompson@email.arizona.edu
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Ronald H. Towner
A. Haury Endowed Chair in Archaeological Dendrochronology, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Research Professor, Dendrochronology (LTRR)
rht@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.6465
FAX: 520.621.8229
Office: Bannister 306
My Background and Research Interests: • 30 years experience in archaeology of the western United States in contract, academic, and volunteer settings. • Research Associate/Assistant professor of dendrochronology at Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research for past 17 years. • Courses taught: Introduction...
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Daniela Triadan
Professor of Anthropology, Research Associate Smithsonian Institution
dtriadan@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.0077
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 404A
My research interests focus on the study of the sociopolitical development of small sedentary societies and societies that were more hierarchically organized, as well as prehistoric economic systems. Methodologically I specialize in ceramic technology, provenance studies, and the integration of...
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Michael Truelsen
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Serene Tseng
stseng@email.arizona.edu
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Cari Tusing
ctusing@email.arizona.edu
I study rural livelihoods, land politics and dispossesion, indigenous epistemologies, oral history and ethnography. I am a SocioCultural PhD student in the School of Anthropology with a PhD Minor in Latin American Studies at the University of Arizona. My work examines rural peoples (campesino and...
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Paula Ugalde
paulaugalde@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral student in the Anthropology program. My major is in Archaeology and my minor in Geosciences. I come from Chile, where I earned my BA in Archaeology (Universidad de Chile, 2010). My research focuses on the early peopling of the Atacama Desert. Broadly, I am interested in the history...
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Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson
Graduate Teaching Associate
mvalentinsson@email.arizona.edu
I'm a sociolinguist and linguistic anthropologist who studies how media and pop culture shape the way people use language. Generally speaking, I'm interested in how consumers and producers of pop culture and mass media use language as a semiotic resource for accomplishing different kinds of...
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Pamela B. Vandiver
Professor of Anthropology, Professor (MSE)
vandiver@mse.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.400.2270
FAX: 520.621.8059
Office: John W. Harshbarger Building, Room 141
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Marcela Vásquez-León
Associate Professor in Anthropology / Associate Research Anthropologist (BARA)
mvasquez@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.7623
Office: Geronimo Building, Room 350A
  Vasquez-Leon was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. She has an interdisciplinary background, with a Ph.D. in Anthropology and an M.S. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Arizona. Currently, she has a joint appointment at BARA and the...
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Mary E. Voyatzis
Professor of Anthropology
mev@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.3446
FAX: 520.621.9118
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 122A
Dr. Voyatzis is trained as a Classical Archaeologist and has been working in Greece for over 35 years. Her research areas involve Ancient Greek ritual and religion, sanctuaries and their development over time, and ancient Greek pottery. Dr. Voyatzis was a Principal Investigator in the excavations...
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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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Linda R. Waugh
Professor of Anthropology, Professor (French & Italian, and English), Chair (SLAT)
lwaugh@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.3759
FAX: 520.621.8022
Office: Modern Language Building, Room 558
Linda R. Waugh is professor in the Departments of French & Italian and English at the University of Arizona, and an affiliate of the Departments of Linguistics, Anthropology, and Language, Reading and Culture. She is currently Chair of the Graduate Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in...
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Thomas Weaver
Professor Emeritus
tweaver@email.arizona.edu
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James Webber
Ph.D. Program
jwebber@email.arizona.edu
Office: 408B
I am a Ph.D. student studying at the University of Arizona under the tutelage of Dr. David Raichlen. I came to the U of A with an interest in barefoot running that I have transformed into a holistic exploration...
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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
chukson394@gmail.com
I am a doctoral candidate in bioarchaeology. My research focuses on developing experimentally-based archaeothanatological approaches to the study of mortuary contexts, both ancient and in modern, forensic contexts. 
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Whit Wilson
Student Worker
wmwilson1@email.arizona.edu
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