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Anthropologists at Harvard

Kevin Caffrey
- Lecturer, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies

Research Interests:
China and Highland Southeast Asia; Muslims Frontiers; Ritual; Poetics and Politics; Culture; Fear.

Contact:
kcaffrey [at] fas.harvard.edu
617-496-1750 | 59 Shepard Street, Hilles


Ayça Çubukçu
- Lecturer on Social Studies, Harvard University

Research Interests:
critical approaches to human rights, international law, and cosmopolitanism; postcolonial theory; global social movements; citizenship and secularism; ethnographic methods; the Middle East.

Contact:
aycacubukcu [at] fas.harvard.edu | website
Social Studies, 59 Shepard Street


Vanessa L. Fong
- Associate Professor of Education

Research Interests:
The long-term consequences of China’s one-child policy; public health and health education; smoking; diet; gender, pregnancy, childbearing, breastfeeding, infant health, and childrearing; early childhood language development; education, psychological development, and socioeconomic trajectories across the life course; mass media and globalization; citizenship, nationalism, transnationalism, and migration; Chinese youth who study in Australia, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, North America, and Singapore; language ideologies; English and Japanese language learning among native speakers of Chinese; demographic, medical, educational, linguistic, and psychological anthropology.

Contact:
vfong [at] vfong.com | website |
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Rebecca B. Galemba
- Lecturer on Social Studies

Research Interests:
Latin America, legal anthropology, migration and transnationalism, informal and illegal economies, and anthropological demography.

Contact:
rgalemba [at] fas.harvard.edu



Elizabeth Greenspan
- Preceptor in the Harvard College Writing Program

Research Interests:
Urban ethnography, cities and globalization; space, the built environment, and material culture; history and memory; media anthropology; American studies: in particular, post 9/11 culture and politics.

Contact:
elgreens [at] fas.harvard.edu
617-721-9046 | 8 Prescott Street, Room 34


Michael D. Jackson
- Distinguished Visiting Professor of World Religions
- Harvard Divinity School

Research Interests:
Existential anthropology, critical theory, phenomenology, pragmatism, philosophical anthropology, psychological anthropology, ethnographical writing. Kuranko (Sierra Leone), Warlpiri (Central Australia), Kuku-Yalanji (Cape York, Australia), Maori (New Zealand).

Interviews and Links:
• 2007 Cummins, Ryan. ‘Untitled Thinkers Project: Michael Jackson’
• 2009 Harris, Matt. “At Home in the World.” Landfall 217: 72-78.
• 2010 McDowell, Wendy. ’Doing Justice to Life’
www.poetryarchive.org


Contact:
mjackson [at] hds.harvard.edu | website


Susan Martha Kahn
- Associate Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Lecturer, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Harvard University

Research Interests:
Anthropology of the Middle East, Medical Anthropology, Kinship Studies, and Animal Studies. She is currently working on a research project about the cultural history of dogs in the Levant from ancient times to the present. Susan was born and raised in Cambridge, Mass.

Contact:
skahn [at] fas.harvard.edu | website


Steven A. LeBlanc
- Director of Collections, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Research Interests:
American Southwest, Prehistoric Warfare.

Contact:
leblanc [at] fas.harvard.edu
11 Divinity Ave


Diana D. Loren
- Associate Curator, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Research Interests:
North American archaeology, colonialism and postcolonial theory, archaeological and museum ethics, artifacts of clothing and adornment, dress and identity, embodiment and materiality. Harvard Yard Archaeology Project

Contact:
dloren [at] fas.harvard.edu
617-495-4125 | 11 Divinity Ave


Castle McLaughlin
- Associate Curator of North American Ethnography, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Contact:
icmclaug [at] fas.harvard.edu
617-495-2273 | 11 Divinity Ave

Michèle Morgan
- Associate Curator, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Research Interests:
Paleoanthropology; ecological context of human evolution; bioarchaeology; paleodiet; museum anthropology.

Contact:
memorgan@fas.harvard.edu
617-495-4132 | 11 Divinity Ave


Nicole Newendorp
- Lecturer and Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies,
Social Studies, Harvard University

Research Interests:
I mmigration and citizenship; gender; transnational family life; urban anthropology; space and social change; voluntarism; theory and practice of ethnography; methodology; China; Hong Kong; Chinese senior migrants in the US. Also see:"Uneasy Reunions: Immigration, Citizenship, and Family Life in Post-1997 Hong Kong" (Stanford University Press, 2008).

Contact:
newendor [at] fas.harvard.edu
617-496-5819 | Social Studies, 59 Shepard Street


Michael Puett
- Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History
- Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University

Research Interests:
Historical anthropology, anthropology of religion, ritual theory, comparative anthropology; China.

Contact:
puett [at] fas.harvard.edu
2 Divinity Avenue, #226a




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