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|Wilson, Samuel||Anthropology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Processes of cultural interactions in "contact situations"; the emergence of complex forms of social and political organization in human history; the relationship of different kinds of …|
|Webster, Anthony||Anthropology||Linguistic anthropology Ethnopoetics Speech play and verbal art Navajo, Apache, Native American language and culture Language and emotion Ethnohistory of communication Iconicity|
|Wade, Maria||Anthropology; Center for European Studies; Religious Studies||ethnoarchaeology; ethnohistory/historical anthropology; Native American prehistory and history; dynamics of culture change; power; ethnicity; gender; ceramic technology; Texas, Northern Mexico; …|
|Valdez, Fred||Anthropology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies||Archaeology; Texas and Mesoamerica; social systems; material culture; field methodologies; origin & demise of complex societies. The study of material culture such as ceramic and lithic …|
|Strong, Pauline||American Studies; Anthropology; Humanities Program; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Cultural, historical, and feminist anthropology; politics of representation; cultural identity and difference; youth culture and youth organizations; history of anthropology; Indigenous Studies; …|
|Stewart, Kathleen||Anthropology; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Center for European Studies||Cultural generativity, affect, ordinary life, public culture, political imaginaries, ethnographic writing, narrative, ethnopoetics, post-structuralism, U.S. popular culture, Appalachia, Las Vegas.|
|Speed, Shannon||Anthropology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Indigenous rights; human rights; gender; Mexico; activist research; Latin America; Chiapas; Oklahoma|
|Smith, Christen||African and African Diaspora Studies; Anthropology|
|Shapiro, Liza||Anthropology||Functional morphology and evolution of primate locomotion|