St. George Undergraduate Faculty/Instructors

The faculty and instructors listed below teach Undergraduate Courses at the St. George Campus only. For information on UTM and UTSC Anthropology Undergraduate Faculty, please visit the UTM and UTSC websites.

Name, Contact Office Research Keywords Research Region
   Aleksa, Alaica
Course Instructor
aleksa.alaica@mail.utoronto.ca
 TBD ARC 494HIS: Topics in Emerging Scholarship (Archaeology) W’18

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Banning, Edward B.
Professor and Chair
(416) 978-2315
ted.banning@utoronto.ca
AP 518B Archaeology, Middle Eastern prehistory, Neolithic to Early Bronze, archaeological method and theory, archaeological survey Jordan, Levant
Barac, Victor
Sessional Lecturer
victor.barac@utoronto.ca
Photo of Prof. Joshua Barker Barker, Joshua D.
Associate Professor and Vice Dean, Graduate Education & Program Reviews
(416) 946-3305
j.barker@utoronto.ca
AP 228 Social cultural anthropology, violence & power, crime & policing, theories of modernity, anthropology of technology, nationalism, urban studies Indonesia, South East Asia
Cover image, Real Planet of the Apes Begun, David R.
Professor and Graduate Coordinator
(416) 978-8850
begun@chass.utoronto.ca
AP 418 (Office),
AP 406 & 414 (Labs)
Paleoanthropology, functional anatomy, systematics, comparative primate anatomy, human origins, paleobiogeography West Eurasia, Africa

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Boddy, Janice
Professor, Graduate Chair
(416) 978-1023
janice.boddy@utoronto.ca
AP 232 Social cultural anthropology, gender, embodiment, symbolism, religion, medical anthropology, colonialism Sudan, Africa, Middle East
Bolt, Laura
Sessional Lecturer
laura.bolt@mail.utoronto.ca
TBD ANT 371HIS:  Human Nutritional Ecology W’18
photo of Kristin Bright Bright, Kristin
Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream)
(416) 946-3595
kristin.bright@utoronto.ca
AP 305 Biomedicine, Islamic medicine, critical public health, gender, sexuality, nationalism, politics of care, aesthetics, digital transformations, social theory South Asia, Middle East, North America

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Chazan, Michael
Professor; Director, Archaeology Centre
(416) 971-2684
(416) 978-5865 (Archaeology Centre)
michael.chazan@utoronto.ca
AP 500
AP 138
Paleoarchaeology, lithic analysis, history of archaeology, Near Eastern archaeology Near East, France, South Africa
Clark, Dylan
Sessional Lecturer
dylan.clark@utoronto.ca
Munk 003N
Photo of Prof. Gary Coupland Coupland, Gary
Professor
(416) 978-2442
coupland@chass.utoronto.ca
AP 540A Archaeology, complex hunter-gatherers Western North America, North West Coast
Photo of Prof. Hilary Cunningham Cunningham, Hilary
Associate Professor
(416) 978-0472 (Main)
hilary.cunningham@utoronto.ca
LA 306 (Main),       AP 217 Nature and culture; anthropology of animals; urban nature; theories of nature, turn-to-the-nonhuman; critical border studies

 

 

Davidson, Lisa
Course Instructorlisa.davidson@mail.utoronto.ca
TBA ANT 327H1S: Diversity: Critical Comparative Studies of Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and (Settler) Colonialism
Eastham, Laura
Course Instructor
laura.eastham@mail.utoronto.ca
TBD

ANT 438HIF: Topics in Emerging Scholarship (Evol) F’17

Sessional Lecturer, ANT 335HIY: Human Evolution F’17/W’18

Danesi Danesi, Marcel
Professor
(416) 585-4412
marcel.danesi@utoronto.ca
Birge Carnegie, Rm. 26 (VC)  Linguistic anthropology, semiotics, youth culture Italy, France, North America
Photo of Prof. Naisargi Dave Dave, Naisargi N. 
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator
(416) 978-6050
naisargi.dave@utoronto.ca
AP 206 Activism, affect, sexuality and gender, ethics, social emergences, queer anthropology, intimacy, animal-human relationships, postcolonial cities India
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Associate Curator, World Cultures
silviaf@rom.on.ca
Royal Ontario Museum ANT 457HiS Anthropology of Material Culture (W’18) Social Anthro., Material Culture, art, gender.  Africa, Cameroon
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Professor; Chair, Arctic Working Group
(416) 978-4505
max.friesen@utoronto.ca
AP 400A Arctic, Inuit, Inuvialuit, Thule, Palaeoeskimo, Dorset, Archaeology, Zooarchaeology, Ethnohistory, Community Archaeology North American Arctic
photo of Julia Gamble Gamble, Julia
Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream)
(416) 946-3320
julia.gamble@utoronto.ca
AP 340 Bioarchaeology; dental anthropology; palaeopathology; palaeoepidemiology; palaeodemography; life course analysis Denmark; United Kingdom
Geraghty, Mark
Post Doc., JH
 TBD

 ANT 484H1S Special Topics in Soc-Cultural Antho. Injurious Speech

ANT 390H1F Social Topics in Anthro. Violent Aftermaths

Between Culture and Fantasy Book Cover Gillison, Gillian
Associate Professor
(416) 978-8250
gillison@trinity.utoronto.ca
Larkin 312(Trinity College) Study of myth and ritual in non-literate societies, religion in the history of Anthropological theory, psychoanalysis Oceania
Photo of Justin Jennings Jennings, Justin
Associate Curator, World Cultures
(416) 586-5729
justinj@rom.on.ca
Royal Ontario Museum ARH 309H1F Archaeology, Ethics and the Public (F ’17) Latin America, Peru
Kalmar, Ivan
Professor
(416) 585-4419 (Main)
i.kalmar@utoronto.ca
NF 228 (Main),
AP 334
Islamophobia, especially in East Central and Western Europe; representations of Jews and Muslims in western cultural history; race, nation, and religion Europe
Krmpotich, Cara Krmpotich, Cara
Assistant Professor
416-978-7802
cara.krmpotich@utoronto.ca
BL 631, 140 St. George St. Faculty of Information ANT 372H1S Cultural property (W’18) Museum studies, repatriation, collections management, Indigenous peoples/source communities, material culture, virtual colonization
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Associate Professor
(416) 978-4003
shawn.lehman@utoronto.ca
AP 404A Primatology, conservation biology, biogeography, evolutionary ecology Madagascar
Levin, Michael D.
Associate Professor Emeritus
mlevin@chass.utoronto.ca
 AP 204 Social cultural anthropology, ethnicity, nationalism, human rights West Africa
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Professor, Canada Research Chair; Director, Centre for Southeast Asian Studies
(416) 946-3693
tania.li@utoronto.ca
AP 424 Economic anthropology, development and gender, theory, cultural studies South East Asia
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Professor
(416) 978-0652 (AP)
vanluong@chass.utoronto.ca
AP 336 Language, ideology and political economy, gender and social structure East and Mainland South East Asia, Vietnam
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Assistant Professor
(416) 946-3324
krista.maxwell@utoronto.ca
AP 208 Social cultural and medical anthropology, anthropology and history, settler colonialism, indigenous health and healing, child welfare Canada, Nigeria, urban Britain
b_mcelhinney McElhinny, Bonnie S.
Associate Professor
(416) 978-3297
bonnie.mcelhinny@utoronto.ca
AP 364A Linguistic anthropology, feminist anthropology, gender, socialization, ideology and political economy, stratified reproduction, work USA, Canada, Philippines
Photo of Prof. Amira Mittermaier Mittermaier, Amira
Associate Professor
(416) 946-3347
amira.mittermaier@utoronto.ca
JHUMINST 332 Social cultural anthropology, religion, dreams and prophecy, Islam Egypt
Photo of Valentina Napolitano Napolitano, Valentina
Professor
(416) 978-2754
v.napolitano@utoronto.ca
AP 218 Critical Catholic Studies, Transnational Migration, Gender and Affects, Religious Infrastructures, Affective Histories, Anthropology of Traces Detroit/Windsor Borderland, Mexico, the Vatican, Italy
 Nargowalla, Mariam
Sessional Lecturer
mariam.n@utoronto.ca
 TBD  ANT 380HIS: Craft of Social/Cultural Anthropology
Photo of Katherine Patton Patton, Katherine
Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream)
(416) 946-3589
katherine.patton@utoronto.ca
AP 304 Zooarchaeology, shellfish analysis, household and settlement archaeology, the place of archaeology in public discourse Canadian Maritime provinces and Northern Northwest Coast of North America
Pfeiffer, Susan K
Professor
(416) 978-4004
susan.pfeiffer@utoronto.ca
AP 528 Biological anthropology, skeletal biology of past peoples Southern Africa, North East North America
Photo of Ted Sammons Sammons, Ted
Assistant Professor
ted.sammons@utoronto.ca
AP 422 Africana studies, capitalism, development, diaspora and transnationalism, ethics, neoliberalism, popular music, slavery and abolition, small farming Jamaica, Caribbean, African diaspora
Nature in Translation Satsuka, Shiho
Associate Professor and Tri-Campus TA Coordinator
(416) 978-7787
s.satsuka@utoronto.ca
AP 236 Globalization, capitalism, work, subjectivity, environment, nature, science, knowledge production, cultural translation, tourism, popular culture, gender Japan, North America
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Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
(416) 978-8112
dan.sellen@utoronto.ca
AP 350 Evolutionary biology, nutritional ecology, and global health consequences of young child feeding and care practices. Sub-Sahara Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Lesotho); Guatemala, Mexico, Bangladesh
Song, Living on Your Own Song, Jesook
Professor; Acting Director, Centre for the Study of Korea
(416) 946-3587
jesook.song@utoronto.ca
AP 202 Socio cultural anthropologist of contemporary urban transformation and welfare issues including homelessness, youth unemployment, single women’s housing, and psychological health support system East Asia, particularly South Korea
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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. Edward Swenson Swenson, Edward
Associate Professor
(416) 946-5186
edward.swenson@utoronto.ca
AP 504 Andes, archaeological method and theory, ritual, religion and ideology, power and violence, emergence of complex society, pre-industrial city, landscape history and place-making Ancient Andes, Mesoamerica, Khmer civilization
Taylor, Jessica
Sessional Lecturer
jessica.taylor@utoronto.ca
Viola Viola, Bence
Assistant Professor
(416) 946-0653
bence.viola@utoronto.ca
AP 522 Palaeoanthropology, modern human origins, Neanderthals, human evolution, ancient DNA Central and Northern Asia, Central Europe
Photo of Prof. Holly Wardlow Wardlow, Holly
Professor;  Associate Chair, Health Studies, UTSC
(416) 978-2199
hwardlow@chass.utoronto.ca
AP 234 Medical anthropology, feminist anthropology, international health, gender and sexuality, HIV/AIDS Papua New Guinea