1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

Graduate Students

Carolyn Howarter

PhD Graduate 2018

Madeline Jean

Haley Johnson

Erin Jordan

Jiyeon Kang

Subdiscipline/s: Socio-cultural

Specializations:

medical anthropology, assisted reproductive technology, kinship, science and technology studies (STS), medical tourism, East Asia, Korea

Dionisios Kavadias

PhD Graduate 2017
Subdiscipline/s: Socio-cultural

Specializations:

Kinship, food, agriculture, nationalism; Greece; Public/digital scholarship

Amy Kislyakov

Subdiscipline/s: Socio-cultural

Specializations:

Visual/Sensory Anthropology; Ethnochoreology; Temporality; (Response to) Ageism; Death; Addiction; Menopause; Reenactment; Embodiment; Live Concerts; Virtual Spaces

Kristin LaHatte

Subdiscipline/s: Socio-cultural

Specializations:

Moral economies, kinship, structural inequality, international development aid, applied/activist anthropology, Caribbean, Haiti

Shreya Maini

Subdiscipline/s: Socio-cultural

Specializations:

Temporality, history, reincarnation, philosophical anthropology, South Asia

Sue Ann McCarty

Subdiscipline/s: Archaeology

Specializations:

Near Eastern archaeology (esp. the Halaf cultural horizon); sociopolitical organization and inequality; non-state societies; political economy; Orientalism and nationalism in archaeology; faunal analysis; ceramic analysis; Southeast Turkey/Northern Mesopotamia.

Zachary McKeeby

Michelle Morgenstern

Subdiscipline/s: Linguistics

Specializations:

Ethics, activism, semiotics, linguistic creativity and play, language ideology, US, political and moral discourse, digital discourse, new media, science and technology

Nathalie Nahas

Amber Nesbitt

Jeffrey Nicola

Subdiscipline/s: Archaeology

Specializations:

Turkish Archaeology, Zooarchaeology, Archaeology of Taboo, Late Chalcolithic, Assyrian Colony, "Greek Dark Ages", Hittite Empire, Statistics, and Geographic Settlement Systems.

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