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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

Office: HSC350
Tel: (905) 569-5795
Email: francis.cody@utoronto.ca

Gary W. Crawford

On Leave July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

F.R.S.C., Professor
BSc, MA, PhD (1979, Univesity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Archaeology; East Asia & Eastern North America; paleoethnobotany

Office: HSC356
Tel: (905) 828-3783
Email: g.crawford@utoronto.ca

Professor Gary Crawford's website

Tracey Galloway

Assistant Professor
BA, MA, PhD (2008, McMaster University)

Indigenous health, circumpolar populations, nutrition transition, food security, chronic disease, child growth, public health policy

Office: HSC354
Tel: (905) 828-5469

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.

Email: s.hillewaert@utoronto.ca

Heather M.-L. Miller

Associate Professor
BA, MSc, MA, PhD (1999, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Archaeology; South Asia; prehistoric & historic complex societies, ancient technology, material culture, social organization, regional inter-connections, and agriculture

Office: HSC302
Tel: (905) 828-3741
Email: heather.miller@utoronto.ca

Andrea Muehlebach

Associate 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.

Office: HSC392
Tel: (905) 569-4851
Email: andrea.muehlebach@utoronto.ca

Esteban Parra

On Leave July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

BSc, MSc, PhD (1993, University of Santiago de Compostela)

Biological & Molecular Anthropology; human evolution; epidemiology; genetic variation within and between human populations

Office: HSC352
Tel: (905) 828-3889
Email: esteban.parra@utoronto.ca

Professor Esteban Parra's website

Tracy L. Rogers

On Leave January 1, 2017 – June 30, 2017

Associate Professor 
BA, MA, PhD (2000, Simon Fraser University)

Physical & Forensic Anthropology; crime scene investigation; human osteology

Office: HSC402
Tel: 828-5449
Email: tracy.rogers@utoronto.ca

Todd Sanders

Associate Professor
BA, MA, MSc, PhD (1997, London School of Economics & Political Science)

Politics of knowledge; audit, transparency and accountability; witchcraft and the occult; interdisciplinarity and expertise; science and policy; energy and extractive industries; anthropology of the underground.

Office: HSC390
Tel: (905) 828-3778
Email: todd.sanders@utoronto.ca

Stephen Scharper

Associate Professor
BA, MA, PhD (McGill University)

Religion, ethics, environment, religion and social movements, biotechnology, human rights, liberation thought, religion and globalization

Office: HSC350
Tel: (905) 569-5795
Email: stephen.scharper@utoronto.ca

Jack Sidnell

BA, MA, PhD (1998, University of Toronto)

Linguistic Anthropology; Caribbean; Pidgins and Creoles; African American English; conversation analysis; sociolinguistics; vernacular poetics

Office: HSC360
Tel: (905) 828-3776
Email: jack.sidnell@utoronto.ca

David G. Smith

Associate Professor & Interim Chair
BA, MA, PhD (1987, McGill University)

Archaeology; Eastern North America & Caribbean;ceramics; forensic archaeology

Office: HSC348
Tel: (905) 828-3784
Email: dg.smith@utoronto.ca

Liye Xie

Assistant Professor
BA, MA, PhD (2014,  University of Arizona)

East Asian Archaeology:Experimental archaeology, use-wear analysis, technological chances, groundstone tools, bone tools, prehistoric land-use strategies, agriculture, sedentary settlement, decision-making strategies, and perception.

Office: HSC346
Tel: (905) 828-3782
Email: liye.xie@utoronto.ca

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