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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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Julie Skurski
Nationalism, race, gender, anthropology and history, popular religion, Latin America, Caribbean, Atlantic studies
Arthur K. Spears
Sociolinguistics, Pidgin and Creole languages, language and ideology, African-American English, Haitian; Carribean, Latin America
Vincent H. Stefan
Forensic anthropology, human evolution, human osteology, paleoanthropology, quantitative methods, Polynesian / Easter Island skeletal biology; Oceania
Michael E. Steiper
Genetics, DNA, phylogenetics, population genetics, primates, hominoids, malaria, molecular clocks
Karen Strassler
Photo/image/visual anthropology, media/technology/material culture, memory & history, Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Ida Susser
Medical anthropology; contemporary United States studies, urban political economy, gender; Southern Africa, US
Larissa Swedell
Primate ecology, primate social behavior, hamadryas baboons; Ethiopia, Africa
Karine Taché
Complex hunter-gatherers, social inequality, exchange systems, pottery technology, organic residue analysis, archaeological method/theory, Eastern Woodlands
Patricia Tovar
Gender, armed conflict, human rights, race, indigeneity. Latin America, US
Katherine Verdery
Property relations, socialism & postsocialism, ideological processes; Eastern Europe
Diana di Zerega Wall
Historic and urban archaeology, ethnohistory, archaeology of gender; American Culture
Gary Wilder
French empire, colonial state, hist anth, soc/pol theory; W Africa, Antilles, Eur
Bianca C. Williams
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