Full Time Faculty

Francis P. Cody, Associate Professor
BA, MA, PhD (2007 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor)
Linguistic anthropology, social theory, postcolonial state formation,
literacy, social activism, media studies, Tamilnadu and the wider
South Asian world
Room 358 HSC
(905) 569-4295

Gary W.Crawford, F.R.S.C., Professor
BSc, MA, PhD (1979, U North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Archaeology; East Asia & Eastern North America; paleoethnobotany
Room 356 HSC
(905) 828-3783

Sarah M. Hillewaert, Assistant Professor
BA, MA, PhD (2013 University of Michigan)
Linguistic responses to globalization and urbanization, language and youth culture, language ideologies and semiotic ideologies, language and religion; Kenya, Eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean World.
Room 362 HSC
(905) 569-4888

Heather M.-L. Miller, Associate Professor & Chair
BA, MSc, MA, PhD (1999, U Wisconsin-Madison)
Archaeology; South Asia; prehistoric & historic complex societies,
ancient technology, material culture, social organization,
regional inter-connections, and agriculture
Room 302 HSC
(905) 828-3741

Andrea Muehlebach, Assistant Professor
BA, MA, PhD (2007 University of Chicago)
Socio-cultural anthropology; anthropology of the state
and citizenship; ethics and personhood; neoliberalism; labor,
value, and affect; welfare; European public culture; Italy.
Room 392 HSC
(905) 569-4851

Esteban Parra, Associate Professor
BSc, MSc, PhD (1993, U Santiago de Compostela)
Biological & Molecular Anthropology; human evolution;
epidemiology; genetic variation within
and between human populations
Room 352 HSC
(905) 828-3889

Tracy L. Rogers, Associate Professor 
BA, MA, PhD (2000 Simon Fraser University)
Physical & Forensic Anthropology; crime scene investigation;
human osteology
Room 402 HSC
(905) 828-5449

Todd Sanders, Associate Professor
BA, MA, MSc, PhD (1997, London School of Economics & Political Science)
Social Anthropology; East and Southern Africa; anthropological
and social theory; witchcraft and neoliberalism; gender,
ritual and religion; "development" and conspiracy theory.
Room 390 HSC
(905) 828-3778

Stephen Scharper, Associate Professor
BA, MA, PhD (McGill)
Religion, ethics, environment, religion and social movements,
biotechnology, human rights, liberation thought, religion and
Room 358 HSC
(905) 569-4295

Jack Sidnell, Associate Professor
BA, MA, PhD (1998, U Toronto)
Linguistic Anthropology; Caribbean; Pidgins and Creoles;
African American English; conversation analysis; sociolinguistics;
vernacular poetics
Room 360 HSC
(905) 828-3776

David G. Smith, Associate Professor
BA, MA, PhD (1987, McGill U)
Archaeology; Eastern North America & Caribbean;
ceramics; forensic archaeology
Room 348 HSC
(905) 828-3784

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