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Members of the department are acutely sensitive to the privilege and responsibility of the ethnographer, that is, to the ethical dimensions of fieldwork. We promote a self-critical anthropology, one that asks hard questions about the researcher's personal motives and reciprocal obligations in his or her studies. We believe that students gain a valuable perspective on anthropology by exploring the complex political and historical circumstances revealed through local-level research.

Fernando Armstrong-Fumero, Associate Professor

Elliot Fratkin, Professor and Chair

Suzanne Z. Gottschang, Associate Professor

Pinky Hota, Assistant Professor

Donald Joralemon, Professor

Elizabeth Klarich, Assistant Professor

Caroline Melly, Assisant Professor

Emerita

Elizabeth Hopkins

Frédérique Apffel-Marglin

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