Anthropology Welcomes New Faculty

For the 2014/2015 Academic Year, the Department of Anthropology welcomes:

Laura Ogden whose research interests include environmental change, conservation,political ecology, environmental anthropology, post-humanist philosophy.  Dr. Ogden obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Florida.

Ann Armbrecht whose research interests include bringing sustainability, accountabilityto the Botanical Industry, land conservation, socio-economic conditions.  Dr. Armbrecht obtained her Ph.D. from Harvard University.

Elizabeth Carpenter-Song (D-2001) whose research interests include ethnographic research, disparities, metnal illness, mental health services, marginalized families and rural poverty.   Dr. Song obtained her Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University.

Nadav Samin whose research interests include social and cultural life of the modern Middle East, genealogy religious affiliation, oral and nomadic traditions meet high textual culture of urban Islamic life.  Dr. Nadav obtained his Ph.D. from Princeton University.

Amanda Veile whose research interests include nutritional, epidemiological and behavioral processes that modulate development in infancy and childhood.  Dr. Veile obtained her Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico.

Bill Fitzhugh, a Dartmouth Alum will be returning to the Anthropology Dept..   Dr. Fitzhugh obtained his Ph.D. from Harvard University.