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Ph.D. Alumni

Strohl

A Respect for Difference: The Shi‘a Ismaili Khojas of Mumbai.

Osotsi

Interpreting Participation in Resistance: Memories of the Mau Mau War.

Menair

On Humorous Exchanges.

Malik

Post-Colonial Subjects Negotiating Multiple Identities: East African Asians in a Canadian City.

Hickel

Democracy & Sabotage: Moral Order and Political Conflict in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Heitman

Architectures of Inequality: Evaluating Houses, Kinship, and Cosmology in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, A.D. 800-1200.

Pawlowicz

Geographically I am interested in African archaeology broadly, although recently I have adopted a focus in Eastern Africa on the Swahili coast. Fortunately, because of the nature of the coastal population's interregional links this necessitates a concern with the interior of Eastern and Southern Africa, as well as with the wider Indian Ocean world. I am interested in exploring regional variation along the coast.

Wilson Marshall

Archaeology

Regional focus: Africa.

Topical interests: Fugitive slaves, historical archaeology, household archaeology, public archaeology, community formation, multiethnic communities.

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