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|Kirk, Edward||Anthropology||The evolution and functional morphology of primate sensory systems, primate sensory ecology, and primate evolution; primate eye morphology and visual acuity; Eocene fossils from West Texas; …|
|Lewis, Randolph||American Studies; Anthropology||Dr. Lewis is writing a book about contemporary surveillance practices in the US. His previous work was on alternative media, especially emerging forms of cinema in Native America and elsewhere. He …|
|Lewis, Rebecca||Anthropology||* Primate Behavior * Primate Ecology * Evolution of Cooperation * Biological Markets * Sexual Selection * Intersexual Conflict * Wild Lemurs * Captive Chimpanzees|
|Menchaca, Martha||Anthropology; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social anthropology; ethnicity, critical race theory, legal anthropology, history and oral traditions, US/Mexican culture; Latin America; Mexico|
|Merabet, Sofian||Anthropology; Middle Eastern Studies||Socio-Cultural Theory/Psychoanalysis/Urban Studies/Gender Studies/Queer Theory/Middle East and North Africa Sofian Merabet is a socio-cultural anthropologist with an expertise in the modern Middle …|
|Milich, Krista||Anthropology||Our lab is interested in Primate Behavioral Ecology. Our main areas of study are population genetics, wildlife endocrinology, comparative socioecology, mating systems, molecular ecology, …|
|Reed, Denne||Anthropology||Human evolution; Terrestrial paleoecology; Taphonomy; GIS and remote sensing.|
|Rodriguez, Enrique||Anthropology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Archaeology; history; ethnohistory; Mesoamerica; the Spanish empire in Latin America; Mexico; Puerto Rico; archaeometry (INAA and LA-ICP-MS); colonialism; religious conversion; and food|
|Shapiro, Liza||Anthropology||Functional morphology and evolution of primate locomotion|