Welcome to the Anthropology Faculty page. Here you will find information about our Anthropology Faculty and their research interests.
|Virginia Caputo*||Gendered childhoods, girlhood, children’s rights, feminist theories and methodologies, transnational feminism, globalization, schooling, youth and media, violence, email@example.com||2624|
|Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan*||Gender, sexual politics, migration and transnationalism, sex tourism and sexual labour, public emotions, Brazilfirstname.lastname@example.org||3724|
|Louise de la Gorgendière*||African diaspora, migration, development anthropology, education, ethnopolitics, Ghanaemail@example.com||2589|
|Danielle DiNovelli-Lang*||Human-Animal relations, value theory, posthumanism, natural resource economies, U.S./Indigenous politics, Alaskafirstname.lastname@example.org||2614|
|Matthew Hawkins||Soccer supporters, political uses of memory, emotion and affect, social movements, urban anthropology, Argentinaemail@example.com||2795|
|Peter Gose*||Race, colonialism, hermeneutics, practice theory, hegemony firstname.lastname@example.org||2585|
|Jean-Michel Landry||Political anthropology, critical theory, postcolonial studies, religion, gender, migration, the Middle East||TBA||TBA|
|Bernhard Leistle*||Phenomenological anthropology, anthropology of psychiatry, semiotics, Moroccoemail@example.com||1955|
|Donna Patrick*||Linguistic ethnography, indigeneity, transnationalism and urbanization, Arctic, language endangerment and firstname.lastname@example.org||8070|
|Jen Pylypa*||Medical anthropology, health of women and children, transnational adoption, Southeast Asia, Canadaemail@example.com||6329|
|Daniel Rosenblatt*||Indigeneity, middleclassness, electronic media, identity, cultural firstname.lastname@example.org||1966|
|Blair Rutherford*||Governance and rights, migration and borders, agrarian dynamics, gendered livelihoods, sub-Saharan Africaemail@example.com||2601|
|Zoe Todd**||Human-environmental relations, indigenous and comparative political ontologies, gender, resource extraction, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Anthropology Faculty in Other Departments|
|Melanie Adrian*||Minorities rights in religiously, ethnically and culturally diverse email@example.com||2085|
|Kamari Clarke*||Law, Culture, History, Power, The Judicialization of Politics, Transnational Ethnographies of International Law, Contemporary Evidentiary Dilemmas, Religion and Social Movementsfirstname.lastname@example.org||4170|
|Monica Patterson**||Children/childhoods, memory, violence, race/racism/racialisation, visual culture, heritage, museums, curating, sub-Saharan Africaemail@example.com||3104|
|Ruth Phillips*||Visual studies, museum studies, Aboriginal art and material culture, cultures of indigenous and diasporic firstname.lastname@example.org||2350|
|Allan Ryan*||Contemporary Indigenous expressive arts, Aboriginal film makers, collaborative initiatives in the preservation of ethnic identities in Canada, China and Brazil, Aboriginal cartoonists, humour in email@example.com||4035|
* May supervise both MA and PhD theses
** May supervise MA theses and co-supervise PhD theses until granted tenure, when will have full supervision status.
*** May co-supervise MA and PhD theses with the permission of FGPA
Supervision status is granted based on rank. If you have questions about supervisory status, please consult the Graduate Administrator, Darlene Moss. The following legend is meant as an indication only. Please make sure to consult with the faculty you’re interested in working with.
This table indicates which types of professors, instructors, and adjunct faculty are eligible to serve as Supervisors, Co-Supervisors, and Committee members for M.A. and Ph.D. student theses.