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Rebecca Renteria
Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant
rrenteri@email.arizona.edu
Office: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research (Bannister 300A-8)
Rebecca's research focuses on methods of identification of ethnicity in the archaeological and historical records during the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the American Southwest. Ethnicity, or cultural association, can be expressed explicitly through architecture style or other material...
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Cheryl Ritenbaugh
Professor of Family & Community Medicine, Professor of Anthropology [RETIRED]
ritenbau@email.arizona.edu
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Devon Robbie
Ph.D. Program
drobbie@email.arizona.edu
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Marie Roberts
Business Manager
smrobert@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.6285
FAX: 520.621.8516
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 223A
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William Robertson
PhD Candidate
williamrobertson@email.arizona.edu
My research interests revolve around questions concerning how biomedical education, training, specialization, and practice are co-constitutive with broader cultural norms concerning risk, gender, and sexuality. Building on my previous research on the role of medicine in (re)producing...
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Emilio Rodriguez-Alvarez
emiliorodriguez@email.arizona.edu
  I attended USC (University of Santiago de Compostela) for my BA and MA in Research in Archaeology, and the University of Reading (United Kingdom) for my second MA in Archaeology. After two years working as a researcher in Santiago de Compostela, and one at ASU as a visiting scholar, with the...
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Irene Bald Romano
Professor, Anthropology
ireneromano@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-626-1377
Office: Arizona State Museum North, Rm 316
Archaeologist Irene Bald Romano holds a joint appointment as Professor of Art History in the School of Art and Professor of Anthropology in the School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona. She also has an affiliated appointment in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics and is the...
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David Gilman Romano
Nicholas and Athena Karabots Professor of Greek Archaeology and Director, Archaeological Mapping Lab. GIDP Committee in Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis
dgromano@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.5343
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Anthropology Building, Room 122B
Director, Archaeological Mapping Lab, http://archaeologicalmappinglab.org I am a Classical Archaeologist interested in both the Greek and Roman worlds.  My specific interests include the study of ancient cities and sanctuaries, architecture,...
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Laura Romero Padilla
lauromeropadilla@email.arizona.edu
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Rachel Rosenbaum
PhD Candidate
rrosenbaum@email.arizona.edu
Rachel is a PhD candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology. Her research interests broadly center questions of power and violence with an emphasis on the relationship between infrastructure and inequality. For her Master's research, Rachel conducted fieldwork in Beirut, investigating how histories of...
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Dana Drake Rosenstein
ddr@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.7986
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Haury 411
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Jennifer Roth-Gordon
Associate Professor of Anthropology
jenrothg@email.arizona.edu
Jennifer Roth-Gordon is a linguistic and cultural anthropologist who has been conducting research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil since 1995. Her book, Race and the Brazilian Body: Blackness, Whiteness, and Everyday Language in Rio de Janeiro (University of California Press, 2017) explores how racial...
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Matthew J. Rowe
majrowe@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 311
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Ismael Sánchez-Morales
ismasanchez@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate with a major focus in archaeology and a minor in geosciences. My research focuses on the study of land-use and mobility strategies of archaeological hunter-gatherer societies through the study of the organization of stone tool technologies. My dissertation investigates the...
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Margaret Sayre
mksayre@email.arizona.edu
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Michael Brian Schiffer
Fred A. Riecker Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology
schiffer@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.6298
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 314A
On leave for AY 2013-2014
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Alice E. Schlegel
Professor Emerita
schlegel@email.arizona.edu
TEL:
Distinguished Research Fellow,Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families University of Arizona
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Karen Schollmeyer
Adjunct Associate Professor
kgschollmeyer@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520-882-6946
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Jonathan Scholnick
scholnic@email.arizona.edu
MA Thesis: Village formation during the Pueblo III to Pueblo IV period transition: contextualizing Bryant Ranch pueblo, Arizona  
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Robert Schon
Associate Professor and Associate Director, School of Anthropology
rschon@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.0634
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 321
Robert Schon's research focusses on the dynamics of complex societies. He is particularly interested in ancient economies. His current projects examine the early adoption of standardized measures, statecraft in Mycenaean Greece, landscape archaeology in western Sicily, and baseball in Arizona...
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Amy Schott
aschott@email.arizona.edu
Office: 124H
My work uses geoarchaeological approaches to answer questions about landscape evolution and long-term human-environment relationships. I am interested in understanding how people adapt to dynamic landscape environments, including how a changing landscape affects human societies, as well as how...
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David Seibert
dseibert@email.arizona.edu
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Kevin Sheehan
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Thomas E. Sheridan (On Sabbatical Fall 2019–Spring 2020)
Professor of Anthropology, Research Anthropologist (Southwest Center)
tes@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.5088
FAX: 520.621.9922
Office: Southwest Center, Little Chapel of All Nations, 1052 N. Highland Ave, Tucson, AZ 85721-0185
I am a historical and environmental anthropologist and have held a joint appointment as Research Anthropologist at the Southwest Center and Professor of Anthropology at the School of Anthropology of the University of Arizona since 2003. I have conducted ethnographic and ethnohistoric research in...
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Priscilla Shin
pzl2@email.arizona.edu
Priscilla Shin is a graduate student in the joint Anthropology and Linguistics (ANLI) PhD program. Her current interests are in examining variation in Singapore English and how language variation and other semiotic practices (i.e., social practices, education, peer groups, etc.) are used to...
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Laryssa Shipley
lashipley@email.arizona.edu
  Laryssa Shipley is an Anthropology Ph.D. student in the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World concentration. She researches cultural mixing in the Mediterranean, particularly during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, by looking at art, architecture, and material culture in the multicultural...
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Lauren Sides
laurensides@email.arizona.edu
Lauren is a second year graduate student in the Mediterranean Archaeology concentration. In 2019, Lauren graduated from Baylor University as a University Scholar B.A. with primary concentrations in Anthropology and Religion. As an undergraduate, Lauren took part in lab research with the Belize...
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Brian Silverstein
Associate Professor of Anthropology; Assoc Director for External Affairs, School of Anthropology; Director, Center for Turkish Studies
bsilver@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.626.5047
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Emil W. Haury Building, Room 126
I am a cultural anthropologist and my current research examines technopolitics and institutional reform in Turkey, in the area of statistics in particular. Statistics is the heading of one of the chapters in Turkey's EU entry negotiations, and the collection and use of statistics in Turkey has...
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Britt Singletary
bsingletary@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury Rm 408B
I am a doctoral candidate in Biological Anthropology in the School of Anthropology, and I am minoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology through the EEB department here at the University of Arizona. My primary advisor is Ivy Pike, PhD. My current research focuses on the broader evolutionary...
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Nathaniel Smith
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and East Asian Studies
nathanielsmith@email.arizona.edu
TEL: (520) 621-5476
Office: Learning Services Building, Room 124
Nathaniel M. Smith is a cultural anthropologist specializing in Japan. His research interests including political anthropology and nationalism, urban studies, sound and visual anthropology, music and youth culture, modern Japanese history and film, bicycle craftsmen, and the history of anthropology...
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