PhD Indiana University | Professor of Anthropology
economic anthropology, development anthropology, ecological anthropology, political economy, agrarian change, pastoralism, sub-Saharan Africa.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-0994 | Anthropology 305
PhD Columbia University | Goodrich C. White Professor of Anthropology
Cultural anthropology, economic anthropology, sustainable development, agricultural systems, gender; U.S., Latin America.
email@example.com | (404) 727-5766 | Anthropology 216
PhD State University of New York at Stony Brook | Professor of Anthropology
Medical anthropology, disease eradication and development, infectious diseases, obesity, Alzheimer's disease, Mediterranean Europe.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-5760 | Anthropology 215
PhD Stanford University | Associate Professor of Economics
Economic history, Economics of federal Indian policy, applied microeconomics, labor economics.
email@example.com | (404) 727-6375 | Rich Memorial 306F
PhD University of Amsterdam | Senior Lecturer in Sociology
European politics & public policy, Islam in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, development in low income countries, European Union governance, political elites.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-7909 | 112A Tarbutton Hall
PhD Johns Hopkins | Professor of History
African history, especially Southern Africa, state formation and political culture, inequality, comparative empire and world history, biography and heterography, the histories and anthropologies of violence, and the organization of knowledge across the humanities and interpretative social sciences.
email@example.com | (404) 727-8396 | Bowden 326
PhD University of Colorado, Boulder | Associate Professor of Political Science
International relations, domestic politics and international conflict, political violence and ethnic conflict, defense economics and the political economy of development, the durable resolution of ethnic conflict, democratization and ethnic conflict, crisis escalation and domestic-international conflict linkages.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-0109 | 330 Tarbutton Hall
PhD University of California, Berkeley | Professor of Political Science
Comparative political economy of Southeast Asia; political and institutional bases of
economic growth; sectoral focus on automotive, textiles, rubber, hard disk drive industries.
email@example.com | (404) 727-7914 | 304 Tarbutton Hall
PhD Temple University | Winship Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies
Cultural anthropology, gender and feminist anthropology, political economy and development, postcoloniality, global restructuring and transnational culture; Caribbean.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-1039 | Anthropology 219
PhD New York University | Assistant Professor of Political Science
Comparative politics and political economy; dictatorships, including their institutional design, modes of leadership succession, the role of ideology, and variations in their economic performance; South Asia
email@example.com | (404) 727-1935 | 336 Tarbutton Hall
PhD Emory University | Assistant Professor, Hubert Department of Global Health
Identifying barriers and interventions to improve infant and young child feeding.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-8807 | 1518 Clifton Rd, 7th Floor
PhD Emory University | Lecturer in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Political economy of sugar and tourism in the Caribbean.
email@example.com | (404) 727-6519 | Callaway 505S
PhD University of California, Davis | Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Biological anthroplogy, global health, demography, nutritional adaptation; Africa.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-5248 | Anthropology 218D
PhD University of New Mexico | Post-Doctoral Fellow, Hubert Department of Global Health
Human development, gender-sensitive redistribution, efficiency in public organization, South Asia.
email@example.com | (505) 720-5157 | 1518 Clifton Rd, 7th Floor
PhD University of Wisconsin | Winship Distinguished Research Professor of Sociology
Political sociology and economy of industrial societies, comparative political economy and development, methodology, relations between class formation, political organization, social policy, and cultural forms.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-0832 | 215 Tarbutton Hall
PhD University of California, Santa Barbara | Professor and Chair, Environmental Studies
Eco-epidemiology of infectious diseases, with an emphasis on tropical and emerging diseases and environmental risk factors, anthropogenic changes, including issues of climate, urbanization, agricultural practices and conservation.
email@example.com | (404) 727-4253 | E511 Math and Science Center
PhD University of Michigan | Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Anthropology
Cultural anthropology, sociocultural and critical theory, power, representation, gender and sexuality, violence, history and ethnography, the evolution of violence, Melanesia.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-5769 | Anthropology 213
PhD University of Texas, Austin | Professor of Anthropology and African Studies
Cultural anthropology, communication and culture, ceremony and performance, gender, cultural history, museums and cultural display, visual anthropology, East Africa.
email@example.com | (404) 727-1036 | Anthropology 218B
PhD | Robert W. Woodruff Professor of International Nutrition, Hubert Department of Global Health
Early childhood nutrition and its effects on human capital (intellectual functioning, schooling, adult health) and economic productivity.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404)727-9854 | 1518 Clifton Rd. Room 6-407
PhD Columbia University | Professor of Anthropology; Director, Masters in Development Practice Program
practice of development, political and economic anthropology, symbolism and power, race and inequality, Latin America, indigenous North America.
email@example.com | (404) 727-4164 | Anthropology 212
PhD University of California, Berkeley | Assistant Professor, Hubert Department of Global Health
Household decision-making, willingness to pay for health inputs, water/sanitation/hygiene in developing countries.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 712-1924 | 1518 Clifton Rd.
PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison | Lecturer in Anthropology
Development Anthropology; political anthropology; agrarian change; gender; power, knowledge and representation; education; Sub-Saharan Africa
email@example.com| (404) 727-9551 | 305 Anthropology | http://emory.adademia.edu/KristinPhillips
PhD Yale University | Goodrich C. White Professor of Political Science
Institutional change in transitional states; development of representative institutions in postcommunist states; comparative labor market and welfare institutions in postcommunist Russia.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-6566 | 306 Tarbutton Hall
PhD SUNY Binghamton | Associate Director, Masters in Development Practice Program; Adjunct Faculty in Anthropology. Environmental anthropology, human dimensions of climate change, vulnerability and adaptation, agricultural livelihoods, participatory processes, gender, Africa.
email@example.com | (404) 727-4394 | 1599 Clifton Rd.
PhD Stanford University | Professor of Sociology
Political economy of development, political sociology, sociology of education, organizations, comparative studies of industrial regulation, schooling, state, and economy in East Asia.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-2531 | 217D Tarbutton Hall
PhD University of Michigan | Professor of Women's Studies and African Studies
Comparative women's and gender history. Current work examines the relevance of history and feminist theory to campaigns to end gender-based violence in post-conflict societies.
email@example.com | (404) 727-0096 | 128 Candler Library
PhD University of Minnesota | Visiting Faculty, Department of Economics
Economic development, sub-Saharan Africa, development policy. U.S. Foreign Service, 30 years. Ambassador to Zambia. Vice President for Peace Programs, The Carter Center, 10 years.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 712-7083 | Rich Memorial 331
PhD Indiana University | Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Social and institutional changes associated with the market-based regulatory approach, the co-management approach to resource management, the interaction of institutions, property rights, and the environment, meta-analyses of the property rights and governance in fisheries around the world.
email@example.com | (404) 727-6314 | Math and Science Center E514
PhD Johns Hopkins University | Associate Professor of Sociology and Global Health,
Affiliated faculty, Women's Studies and Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Global demography, sociology of the family and intergenerational relations, gender gaps in human resources across the lifecourse, qualitative and quantitative research methods, Asia and the Middle East.
firstname.lastname@example.org | (404) 727-8511 | 202 Tarbutton Hall