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The Anthropology Program at the Graduate Center draws its faculty from across the CUNY system. There are currently over 50 active, fulltime faculty members representing 10 different CUNY campuses, supported by a rich collection of emeritus professors, many of whom continue to participate substantively in student training, and a broad set of adjunct/affiliated faculty from a variety of prestigious institutions. The fulltime doctoral faculty includes members who teach only at the Graduate Center as well as others who teach at both the Graduate Center and another CUNY campus. Additional anthropologists in the CUNY system also participate in the doctoral program in diverse ways. For a fuller profile of faculty resources in the CUNY system, see the websites of CUNY anthropology departments.

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Jessica Rothman
Primate ecology and behavior, nutrition, evolutionary ecology, Old World Monkeys, Apes, Primate conservation; Africa
Christa Salamandra
Media, visual culture, heritage, urban studies, cultural producers, Middle East
Victoria Sanford
Genocide, Feminicide, Gender Violence, Displacement, Migration, Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, Indigenous Rights to Ancestral Lands, Child Soldiers, Gangs, Organized Crime, Police in Post-Conflict Societies, Video Ethnography, Translation, Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico.
Naomi Schiller
Political and urban anthropology, the state, social movements, climate change governance, United States
Jonathan Shannon
Aesthetics, ethnomusicology, performance, food, migration, displacement; Middle East, Mediterranean
Irina Carlota (Lotti) Silber
Gender and postwar, migration, medical anthropology, disability studies, childhood studies, anthropology of Central America‚Äč
Julie Skurski
Nationalism, race, gender, anthropology and history, popular religion, Latin America, Caribbean, Atlantic studies
Michael E. Steiper
Primate evolution, molecular evolution, genomics, phylogenetics, population genetics, molecular clocks, variation, paleontology
Karen Strassler
Photo/image/visual anthropology, media/technology/material culture, memory & history, Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Ida Susser
The commons, class, gender, inequality and urban social movements; medical anthropology; in the contemporary United States, France, Spain, and Southern Africa.
Larissa Swedell
Primate Behavior, Sociality, Evolution of Behavior, Sexual Selection, Sexual Conflict, Human Evolution
Miriam Ticktin
Anthropology of the human, humanitarianism, post-human; migration, mobility, borders and walls; sexual violence/gender based violence; anthropology of science, medicine, ethics, and transnational feminist theory; France/Europe/North Africa
Patricia Tovar
Gender and family issues, armed conflict, women and science, Latin America, Human Rights
Diana di Zerega Wall
Historic and urban archaeology, ethnohistory, archaeology of gender; American Culture
Gary Wilder
French empire, colonial state, historical anthropology, social and political theory; West Africa, Antilles, Europe
Bianca C. Williams
Critical race studies; Black Feminisms; African Diaspora; Emotional Wellness/Affect; Equity and Higher Education; Feminist Pedagogies and Organizing Practices; Transnational Feminisms; Tourism; U.S. and Caribbean
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