University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - Anthropology - Anthropology Faculty
Anthropology Faculty

 

Faculty | Professors Emeriti | Senior Scholars

 

Greg Monks
Professor, Department Head
Phone: 204.474.8999
Email: gregory.monks@ad.umanitoba.ca
433 Fletcher Argue Building

Ph.D. British Columbia, 1977. Archaeological method and theory, subsistence, seasonality, hunters and gatherers, fur trade; Northwest coast, western

 

 

 

 

Derek Johnson
Associate Professor, Associate Department Head
Undergraduate Program Chair
Phone 204.474.6330
Email:  derek.johnson@ad.umanitoba.ca
443 Fletcher Argue Building

PhD Guelph, 2002. Sociocultural anthropology, political ecology and political economy, fisheries and coastal governance, international development, social wellbeing; Gujarat, India

 

 

 

Kent D. Fowler
Associate Professor, Acting Department Head 
Phone: 204.272.1504/ 204.474.8999
Email: kent.fowler@umanitoba.ca
Office: 246 St. John's College/433 Fletcher Argue Building
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PhD. Alberta, 2002. Archaeology, ethnoarchaeology, ceramic technology, mortuary practices, food producing societies; Africa, Europe, Canada

 

 

 

 
Stacie D. A. Burke
Associate Professor
Phone 204.474.6629
Email: stacie.burke@ad.umanitoba.ca
437 Fletcher Argue Building

Ph.D. Toronto 1999. Medical anthropology, biomedicine, endemic and epidemic infectious diseases, tuberculosis, infant and childhood health, anthropological demography, colonialism, Canada and Europe.

 

 

 

Kathleen Buddle
Associate Professor, Graduate Program Chair
Phone: 204.474.6525
Email: kathleen.buddle@ad.umanitoba.ca
448 Fletcher Argue Building

Ph.D. McMaster, 2002.  Sociocultural anthropology, anthropology of the media, technology and cultural mediation, contemporary culture theory, indigenous socio-political movements, oral history research, urban subcultural ethnography, Aboriginal communications history, North America.

 


Anna Fournier
Associate Professor
Phone: 204.474.7649
Email: anna.fournier@ad.umanitoba.ca
436 Fletcher Argue Building

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University 2007. Political anthropology, human rights, youth social mobility and intergenerational conflict, social movements, collective violence and crime, educational practice, Eastern Europe, Latin America

 

 

 



Haskel J. Greenfield
Distinguished Professor
Phone: 204.272.1591
Email: haskel.greenfield@umanitoba.ca
447 Fletcher Argue Building
Website

Ph.D. CUNY, 1985. Archaeology, Faunal Analysis, Animal Domestication, Pastoralism, Early Farming and Complex Societies, Origins of Metallurgy, Cultural Ecology, Butchering Technology, Surface-Subsurface Reconnaissance Techniques, Spatial Analysis, Ethnicity; Neolithic-Bronze Age Europe, Near East, Africa.

 

 

Robert Hoppa
Professor, Associate Dean (Research) Faculty of Arts
Phone: 204.474.6329
Email: robert.hoppa@umanitoba.ca
315 Fletcher Argue Building
Website

PhD. McMaster, 1996.  Osteology; Bioarchaeology; Skeletal Growth & Development; Medieval Denmark; 3D Imaging in Bioarchaeology; Palaeodemography; Age estimation from the Skeleton.
Bioanthropology Digital Image Analysis Laboratory (BDIAL)

 

 

Ellen R. Judd
Distinguished Professor
Phone: 204.474.7674
Email: ellen.judd@ad.umanitoba.ca
445 Fletcher Argue Building
Website

Ph.D. U British Columbia, 1981, FRSC. Political anthropology, practice theory, critical theory, gender, women's studies, political economy, social policy, societies in transition, development, community economic development, human rights, conflict and conflict resolution and cultural studies; China.

 
Fabiana Li
Associate Professor
Phone: 204-474-8736
Email:  fabiana.li@ad.umanitoba.ca
439 Fletcher Argue Building
Website

PhD, University of California, Davis, 2009.  Environmental politics, conflicts over resources, transnational mining, social movements; Latin America.

 

 

 

 

 


S. Brooke Milne
Associate Professor, Anthropology; Associate Professor, Center for Earth Observation Science; Adjunct Professor, Geological Sciences.
Phone 204.474.6328
Email:  Brooke.Milne@umanitoba.ca
438 Fletcher Argue Building
http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/ceos/people/1114.html

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Lab

Ph.D. McMaster, 2003.  Archaeology, lithic technology, raw material provenance, climate change and the archaeological record, subsistence and settlement strategies, technological organization and mobility, skill apprenticeship, archaeogeophysics, Arctic.

 



David H. Pentland

Professor (- Joint appointment, Linguistics and Anthropology)
Email: David_Pentland@umanitoba.ca

Phone: 204-474-9187
Website

BA Manitoba; MA, Ph.D. Toronto. Historical and comparative linguistics, dialectology, philological methods, language and culture, prehistory; Algonquian, Indoeuropean, Métchif

   

 


 

 PROFESSORS EMERITI

   Emőke Szathmáry
Professor
Phone: 204.474.7479
Email: Emoke.Szathmary@umanitoba.ca
112 St Paul's College

Ph.D. Toronto, 1974, FRSC.  Physical anthropology, human population genetics, genetic epidemiology; northern North America, Siberia.

Graduate Fellowship in Biological Anthropology

   

Raymond E. Wiest
Professor

Ph.D. U Oregon, 1970.  Social organization, political economy, domestic groups, gender roles, migration, rural development; Mexico, Bangladesh.
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SENIOR SCHOLARS 
Jean-Luc Chodkiewicz
Ph.D. Columbia, 1972. Associate Professor. Social organization, ecology, economic anthropology; Latin America, Melanesia.
Email: chodkie@cc.umanitoba.ca

William W. Koolage, Ph.D. U N Carolina, 1970. Associate Professor. Cultural anthropology, medical anthropology; northern North America.
Arctic Blue Books
Email: william.koolage@umanitoba.ca

Brian E. Schwimmer 
Ph.D. Stanford, 1976. Social and economic anthropology, complex societies, history of theory; Africa.
Email: schwimm@cc.umanitoba.ca
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Thomas Shay, Ph.D. U Minnesota, 1970. Archaeology, paleobotany; North America, Europe.
David Stymeist, Ph.D. Toronto, 1976. Social anhropology, medical anthropology, community studies, North America.
Email: stymeist@cc.umanitoba.ca
Emőke Szathmáry, Ph.D. Toronto, 1974, FRSC. Professor Emeritus. Physical anthropology, human population genetics, genetic epidemiology; northern North America, Siberia.
Graduate Fellowship in Biological Anthropology