Rebecca L. Austin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Anthropology & Environmental Studies
Professional interests: community-based resource managemen; environmental movements and organizations; traditional cultural properties; social impact assessment; cultural perceptions of lawns and landscapes; coastal anthropology; curriculum design; applied anthropology consulting. Geographic areas: Philippines, Southwest U.S., Alaska, Florida.
Kathleen S. Fine-Dare, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology & Gender/Women’s Studies
Professional Interests: Indigenous cultural politics and repatriation; NAGPRA; History of anthropology; critical anthropology and indigenous advocacy; neo-liberalism and education in Latin America and the U.S.; nationalism and postcolonial theory; Latin American urban fiesta complex; intellectual property rights and Native Americans; anthropology of gender and gender asymmetry; feminist theory; ideological aspects of museum and cultural park interpretation and displays; tourism.
More information at: http://faculty.fortlewis.edu/fine_k
David Kozak, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology
Professional interests: Medical anthropology; applied anthropology; oral traditions; adventure culture; service learning; US Southwest; East Africa.
Charles R. Riggs, Ph.D., RPA
Professor of Anthropology & Department Chair
Professional interests: Southwest archaeology with emphases on prehistoric architecture; migration; GIS-based approaches; public education; Native American collaboration; and cultural resource management.
More information at: http://faculty.fortlewis.edu/riggs_c
Janneli Miller, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Anthropology & Environmental Studies
Professional interests: Ecological medicine; environment and health; ethnobotany; indigenous healing systems; reproductive health; culturally appropriate health care service delivery and applied medical anthropology; Tarahumara; N. Mexico & borderlands; indigenous peoples of the Southwest US.
Jesse Tune, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Anthropology
Professional interests: hunter-gatherer behavioral adaptations during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition; lithic technological organization; environmental archaeology; geoarchaeology; human/environment interactions; public archaeology.
Philip Duke, Ph.D., F.S.A., Professor Emeritus
Don Gordon, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
W. James Judge, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
Susan Riches, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus