Profiles in "Anthropology" Expertise Area

  • New ideas about identity, violence, and the state – and opposition to them – animate Adelman's research on families and schools,
  • Biocultural Anthropologist and President's Professor at ASU, leading collaborative social science research that addresses major global health and environmental challenges.
  • Peeples is an archaeologist whose work focuses on regional synthesis and the application of network science methods and models to archaeological data, primarily in the U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest.
  • Barton is a complex systems scientist who combines anthropology, archaeology, earth science, and information technologies to study long-term dynamics and interactions of people and landscapes in the Anthropocene.
  • Redman is in the School of Sustainability and the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. His interests include human impacts on the environment, sustainable landscapes, rapidly urbanizing regions, urban ecology.
  • Serwint's research focus has varied from ancient athleticism and athletic representations in the Greek sculptural repertoire to gender issues in Cyprus and the ancient Near East.
  • His intellectual interests are broadly comparative and publications include 12 books in English and Spanish with three others translated in Spanish as well as more than 75 articles and chapters and received major awards.
  • Baker is a bioarchaeologist with extensive field experience in Egypt, Sudan, Cyprus and the U.S. Her research integrates archaeology and biological anthropology to investigate the lifeways and health status of past people.