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  • Jones, James Holland | Department of Anthropology
    in Gombe Chimpanzees Journal of Animal Ecology 79 6 1262 1269 doi 10 1111 j 1365 2656 2010 01687 x Salathé M and J H Jones 2010 Dynamics and Control of Diseases in Networks with Community Structure PLoS Computational Biology 6 4 e1000736 doi 10 1371 journal pcbi 1000736 Hacker J D L R Hilde and J H Jones 2010 The Impact of the American Civil War on Southern Marriage Patterns Journal of Southern History LXXVI February 1 32 Jones J H and M Salathé 2009 Early Assessment of Anxiety and Behavioral Response to Influenza A H1N1 PLoS ONE 4 12 e8032 doi 10 1371 journal pone 0008032 Keele B F J H Jones K A Terio J D Estes R S Rudicell M L Wilson Y Li G H Learn T M Beasley J Schumacher Stankey E Wroblewski A Mosser J Raphael S Kamenya E V Lonsdorf J G Else G Silvestri J Goodall P M Sharp G M Shaw A E Pusey and B H Hahn 2009 Increased Mortality and AIDS like Immunopathology in Wild Chimpanzees Infected with SIVcpz Nature 460 515 519 doi 10 1038 nature08200 authors contributed equally Jones J H 2009 The force of selection on the human life cycle Evolution and Human Behavior 30 5 305 314 doi 10 1016 j evolhumbehav 2009 01 005 Jones J H and B D Ferguson 2009 Demographic and social predictors of intimate partner violence in Colombia A dyadic power perspective Human Nature 20 2 184 203 doi 10 1007 s12110 009 9064 6 Jones J H 2010 Demography In Human Evolutionary Biology Muehlenbein M ed pp 74 91 Cambridge University Press Bliege Bird R D W Bird B F Codding C H Parker and J H Jones 2008 Anthropogenic fire mosaics biodiversity and Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies

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  • Klein, Richard G. | Department of Anthropology
    other non modern Eurasians After earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan Professor Klein went to the University of Chicago to pursue his M A and Ph D degrees Following receipt of his doctorate he taught at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Northwestern University the University of Washington and for 20 years at the University of Chicago He came to Stanford from Chicago in 1993 Professor Klein has served on numerous editorial and advisory boards he has edited The Journal of Archaeological Science since 1981 and he co chairs the Grants Committee of the L S B Leakey Foundation He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the National Academy of Sciences Directory Information Selected Publications 2009 The Human Career Human Biological and Cultural Origins Third Edition University of Chicago Press Chicago 2008 Out of Africa and the evolution of human behavior Evolutionary Anthropology 17 in press 2007 The mammalian fauna associated with a fossil hominin skull and later Acheulean artifacts at Elandsfontein Western Cape Province South Africa Journal of Human Evolution 52 164 186 2004 The Ysterfontein 1 Middle Stone Age site South Africa and early human exploitation of coastal resources

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  • Kohrman, Matthew | Department of Anthropology
    recent interview with Prof Kohrman visit http english cri cn 7146 2009 08 13 481s508625 htm Attention Professor Kohrman is on leave academic year 2012 2013 Directory Information Selected Publications Books 2005 Bodies of Difference Experiences of Disability and Institutional Advocacy in the Making of Modern China UC Press 2005 Striding Along the Road to Health A Handbook for Giving Up Smoking in Chinese Co authors Matthew Kohrman first author Li Xiaoliang Zhang Haopeng Xiao Xia and Yang Yan Developed in collaboration with the School of Public Health Kunming Medical College and China Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Hong Kong China News United Publishing 2005 Beijing China Union Medical College Press 2007 Scholarly Articles 2011 Tobacco Co authored with Peter Benson Annual Review of Anthropology vol 40 329 344 2010 New Steps for Tobacco Control In and Outside of China Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health vol 22 3 189S 196S 2008 Anthropology in China s Health Promotion and Tobacco Co authored with Xiao Shuiyuan The Lancet vol 372 S01 10 11 Chinese version available here 2008 Should I Quit Tobacco Fraught Identity and the Risks of Governmentality in Urban China Revised and updated reprint In Privatizing China Socialism from Afar Li Zhang Aihwa Ong Editors Cornell University Press 2008 Smoking among Doctors Governmentality Embodiment and the Diversion of Blame in Contemporary China Medical Anthropology vol 27 1 9 42 2007 Tobacco Control in Developing Countries Tanzania China Nepal and Thailand Steve Sussman Pallav Pokhrel David Black Matthew Kohrman Stephen Hamann Prakit Vateesatokit Stephen Nsimba Nicotine Tobacco Research vol 9 447 457 2007 Depoliticizing Tobacco s Exceptionality Male Sociality Death and Memory Making among Chinese Cigarette Smokers The China Journal vol 58 85 109 2004 Should I Quit Tobacco Fraught Identity and the Risks of Governmentality in Urban China

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  • Luhrmann, Tanya Marie | Department of Anthropology
    American Research 2011 Hallucinations and sensory overrides Annual Review of Anthropology Vol 40 2010 Making God Real In Invisible forces and Unseen Powers edited J Cacioppo authorship Templeton Social Brain Network FT Pearson Press 2010 The problem of proclivity In Emotions in the Field eds James Davies and Dimitrina Spencer Stanford University Press Reprinted in the Vision Things workshop proceedings Collegium Budapest 2010 The Absorption hypothesis hearing God in evangelical Christianity With Howard Nusbaum and Ronald Thisted American Anthropologist March 2010 Down and Out in Chicago Raritan Winter 2010 2009 Uneasy street in The Insecure American ed Hugh Gusterson and Catherine Besterman University of California 2008 The street will drive you crazy why homeless psychotic women in the institutional circuit in the United States often say no to offers of help American Journal of Psychiatry 15 15 20 pre printed a mark of importance American Journal of Psychiatry in Advance December 17 2007 p 1 6 See Link 2007 How do you know that it is God who talks In Berliner and Sarros Learning Religion pre printed on WebForum Martin Marty Center the University of Chicago spring 2006 2007 Social Defeat and the Culture of Chronicity Or why schizophrenia does so well over there and so badly here Culture Medicine and Psychiatry vol 31 135 172 2005 The Art of Hearing God Absorption Dissociation and Contemporary American Spirituality Spiritus vol 5 133 157 2004 Metakinesis how God becomes intimate in contemporary US Christianity American Anthropologist vol 106 3 September 2004 Yearning for God trance as a culturally specific practice and its implication for understanding dissociative disorders Journal of Trauma and Dissocation vol 5 2 101 129 View article 2002 Evil in the sands of time theology and identity politics among the Zoroastrian Parsis Journal of Asian Studies vol 61 3 861 889 2001 Identity in anthropology Thick description methodology The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Ed N Smelser and N P Baltes Pp 7134 9 15665 15668 New York Elsevier 2001 The Ugly Goddess reflections on the role of violent images in religious experience History of Religions vol 41 2 114 141 2001 Dissociation social technology and the spiritual domain The Best of Britain the ethnography of Britain Ed N Rapport London Berg 2001 Commentary Towards an anthropology of managed care Culture medicine and psychiatry 2001 Letter New England Journal of Medicine March 22 2001 Commentary Missionary positions Christian Modernist and Postmodernist by R J Priest Current Anthropology vol 42 l 55 56 2000 The traumatized social self the Parsi predicament in modern Bombay Cultures under siege collective violence and trauma in interdisciplinary perspectives Ed A Robben and M Suarez Orozco Cambridge University Press 1999 Commentary Alan Wolfe s One nation after all Sociological perspectives vol 42 l 1998 entries on magic cults trance sorcery witchcraft in The Blackwell Dictionary of Anthropology Ed Thomas Barfield Basil Blackwell 1998 Partial failure the approach to postmodernist uncertainty in psychoanalysis and in anthropology Psychoanalytic Quarterly vol 68 3 449 473

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  • Malkki, Liisa | Department of Anthropology
    displacement the ethics and politics of humanitarian aid child research and visual culture Her field research in Tanzania exlored the ways in which political violence and exile may produce transformations of historical consciousness and national identity among displaced people This project resulted in Purity and Exile Violence Memory and National Cosmology Among Hutu Refugees in Tanzania University of Chicago Press 1995 In another project Malkki explored how Hutu exiles from Burundi and Rwanda who found asylum in Montreal Canada imagined scenarios of the future for themselves and their countries in the aftermath of genocide in the Great Lakes Region of Africa Malkki s most recent book Improvising Theory Process and Temporality in Ethnographic Fieldwork with Allaine Cerwonka was published by the University of Chicago Press in 2007 Her most recent book length project based on fieldwork from 1995 to the present examines the changing interrelationships among humanitarian interventions internationalism professionalism affect and neutrality in the work of the Finnish Red Cross in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross Directory Information Selected Publications Books 2007 Improvising theory Process and temporality in ethnographic fieldwork University of Chicago Press 2001 Signs Journal of women in culture and society edited with Amrita Basu Inderpal Grewal and Caren Kaplan University of Chicago Press 1995 Purity and Exile Violence Memory and National Cosmology mong Hutu Refugees in Tanzania Chicago University Press Scholarly Articles 1998 Things to Come Internationalism and Global Solidarities in the Late 1990s A response to Jurgen Habermas Public Culture vol 10 2 431 442 1996 Speechless Emissaries Refugees Humanitarianism and Dehistoricization Cultural Anthropology vol 11 3 377 404 1995 Refugees and Exile From Refugee Studies to the National Order of Things Annual Review of Anthropology 24 1995 1994 Citizens of Humanity Internationalism and the Imagined Community of Nations Diaspora A

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  • Meskell, Lynn | Department of Anthropology
    heritage ethics Lynn views contemporary archaeology as an anthropology of the past a contextual and nuanced engagement with ancient culture that mirrors the ethnographic project Her fieldwork has examined the constructs of natural and cultural heritage and the related discourses of empowerment around the Kruger National Park ten years after democracy in South Africa Another field project is focused on the social constitution of the figurine worlds at Çatalhöyük Turkey Her new research focuses on the role of UNESCO in terms of heritage rights sovereignty and international politics Directory Information Selected Publications 2012 The Nature of Culture The New South Africa Blackwells Oxford 2009 Cosmopolitan Archaeologies Duke University Press Durham editor 2005 Archaeologies of Materiality Blackwell Oxford editor 2005 Embedding Ethics Berg Oxford edited with Peter Pels 2004 Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt Material Biographies Past and Present Berg Oxford 2004 Companion to Social Archaeology Blackwell Oxford edited with Bob Preucel 2003 Embodied Lives Figuring Ancient Maya and Egyptian Experience Routledge London authored with Rosemary Joyce 2002 Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt Princeton University Press Princeton 1999 Archaeologies of Social Life Age Sex Class Etcetera in Ancient Egypt Social Archaeology Series Blackwell Oxford 1998 Archaeology under Fire Nationalism Politics

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  • Rick, John W. | Department of Anthropology
    site of Chavín de Huántar aimed at exploring the foundations of authority in the central Andes Other field projects include work on early agricultural villages in the American Southwest and a recently initiated project on the Preclassic and Early Classic archaeology of the Guatemalan highlands near Panajachel Atitlan Current emphasis is on employing dimensional analytical digital techniques to the study of landscape and architecture and on exploring the contexts and motivations for the development of sociopolitical inequalities Directory Information Selected Publications 2008 Chavín de Huántar The beginnings of social complexity in the Andes In M Chazan Ed World Prehistory and Archaeology Pathways Through Time pp 314 315 Boston Pearson 2006 Chavín de Huántar Evidence for an evolved shamanism San Diego Museum Papers 44 Mesas and Cosmologies in the Central Andes pp 101 112 2005 The evolution of authority at Chavín de Huántar Peru In K Vaughn and C Conlee Eds The Foundations of Power in the Prehispanic Andes Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 14 2004 Prologo In E Karp de Toledo La diversidad cultural y los ciudadanos del sol y la luna pp 9 13 Lima Despacho de la Primera Dama de la Nacion 2004 Chavín de Huántar

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  • Robertson, Ian G. | Department of Anthropology
    is focused on Central Mexico and in particular on the site of Teotihuacan Ian s investigations into this ancient city combine interests in preindustrial urbanism with formal approaches to solving archaeological research problems Other interests include morphometric analysis of stone tools a current project is relating variation in skill levels and individual knapping styles in spear points from Teotihuacan to issues concerning the organization of pre industrial urban workshops Directory

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