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Publications

Recent Publications: New book on History of Arizona Archaeology

Nancy Parezo, professor emerita of American Indian Studies and 1981 Ph.D., has published a new book with her colleague Dr. Don Fowler titled A Marriage Out West: Theresa and Frank Russell's Explorations of Arizona, 1900–1903 (University of Arizona Press). SInce Parezo and Fowler tell Dr. Theresa Russell’s story often... Read more

Recent Publications: Douglass Co-Authors with Society for American Archaeology

Adjunct Professor of Anthropology John Douglass recently published with colleagues two pieces in different venues of the Society for American Archaeology. John Douglass and Sarah Herr (Ph.D. Arizona, 1999; Desert Archaeology) recently published a piece in the SAA Archaeological Record on their survey results of... Read more

Recent Publications: Olsen Co-Edits Special Issue of Quaternary International

Regents’ Professor Emeritus John Olsen, in association with three of his Russian colleagues, has co-edited a Special Issue of Quaternary International titled “Current Research on Prehistoric Central Asia.”  The full issue can be downloaded here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/quaternary-international/vol/559/suppl/C... Read more

Recent Publications: Carney, "No Crisis Is an Island"

A piece by Assistant Professor Megan Carney was published on November 11, 2020 on AES as a web exclusive. Read “No Crisis Is an Island: On Migration, Pandemic, and Everyday Struggles in Sicily” now.

Recent Publications: Lamoreaux Article in Environmental Humanities

Assistant Professor Janelle Lamoreaux has a new, co-authored publication out in the journal Environmental Humanities called: “Situated Kinmaking and the Population ‘Problem’.” You can find the details here. (Anthro News Digest date: 11/13/2020)

Recent Publications: Watson and Haas Publish in Science Advances

James Watson, ASM associate curator and UA associate professor of anthropology, and SoA alum Randall Haas (Ph.D. Arizona, 2014; Assistant Professor at UC Davis) are part of a multidisciplinary research team published in the Nov 4 issue of Science Advances. The article, “Female hunters of the early Americas,”... Read more

Recent Publications: Roth-Gordon, Recent BAs Publish in IJSL

Associate Professor Jen Roth-Gordon and alumni Jessica Harris and Stephanie Zamora have a new article published in the International Journal of the Sociology of Language. Based on research Jessica and Stephanie conducted while they were undergrads in the School of Anthropology, the article is titled “Producing white comfort... Read more

Recent Publications: Pike and Crocker Article Now Out in Transcultural Psychiatry

Associate Professor Ivy Pike and post-doctoral fellow Rebecca Crocker (Ph.D. 2016) have published an article together in the journal Transcultural Psychiatry on the heavy toll of loneliness among displaced peoples in two international contexts. This work draws on Pike’s decades of research on psychosocial health among Turkana pastoralists in Kenya and Crocker’s dissertation work on emotional stress amongst Mexican... Read more

Recent Publicatios: New Chapter from Irene Romano

A new publication with Professor Irene Bald Romano as lead author has just appeared:

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Recent Publications: Braitberg, Co-Authors Publish on Mid-20th Century Telehealth

SoA Affiliate Faculty member Victor Braitberg, who is an Assistant Professor in the Honors Interdisciplinary Faculty, has a new article that has just been published in ISIS—the journal of the society for the history of science—co-authored with Jeremy Alan Greene (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine) and Maya Gabrielle Bernadett (independent scholar). The current issue (Volume 111, number 3, September 2020) is not available... Read more

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