Cross Appointments

Anthropologists Cross Appointed from other U of T Departments

Name, Contact Office Field
Photo of Prof. Simon Coleman Coleman, Simon
Professor, Centre for the Study of Religion/Jackman Humanities Institute
(416) 978-4788
simon.coleman@utoronto.ca
JHB, 170 St. George St. Evangelical & Christianities, creation science, pilgrimage, chaplaincies & intersections btwn religious/medical discourses, ritual, language, aesthetics, material culture, intersections & tensions btwn religious /political discourse; Sweden, UK, Nigeria.
Photo of Prof. Timothy Harrison Harrison, Timothy
Professor, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
(416) 978-6600
tim.harrison@utoronto.ca
BF 418 Complex Societies, Near Eastern Archaeology, Bronze & Iron Age Civilizations, Urbanism, Ethnicity, Exchange Networks, Ceramic Analysis, Archaeological Method/Theory
Photo of Prof. Monica Heller Heller, Monica
Professor, Social Justice Education, OISE
(416) 978-1987
monica.heller@utoronto.ca

CREFO, 6th Fl, OISE

AP 223

Sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, anthropology of education, bi/multilingualism; Francophone Canada
Photo of Prof. Pamela Klassen Klassen, Pamela
Professor, Centre for the Study of Religion
(416) 585-4573
p.klassen@utoronto.ca
222 Northrop Frye Hall (VC) Social cultural anthropology, Christianity, women & religion, biomedicine; North America
Photo of Prof. Carl Knappett Knappett, Carl
Professor, Art
(416) 978-5002
carl.knappett@utoronto.ca
SS 6036
AP 536
Aegean prehistory; Minoan pottery; network analysis in archaeology; theories of material culture and materiality
Photo of Wen-Ching Sung Sung, Wen-Ching
Assistant Professor, Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology
(416) 946-7072
wenching.sung@utoronto.ca
VC 308 Medical anthropology, science, bioscience and biotechnology, traditional medicine; China, Taiwan, North America
Photo of Prof. Yiching Wu Wu, Yiching
Associate Professor, East Asian Studies
(416) 946-5110
yiching.wu@utoronto.ca
Robarts Library #14133 (14th Fl) Historical anthropology, critical social theory, populism and social protest, modern Chinese history, Chinese socialism and postsocialism, and politics of historical knowledge.