Emeritus Faculty

Stanley H. Brandes
Professor
Undergraduate Advisor, Sociocultural Anthropology
309 Kroeber
642-6945
brandes@berkeley.edu
Ritual and religion; food and drink; the anthropology of alcohol use; visual anthropology; and the cultural anthropology of Mediterranean Europe and Latin America (emphasis on Spain and Mexico).
Margaret W. Conkey
Professor Emerita

meg@berkeley.edu
Prehistoric archaeology, hunter-gatherers, prehistoric art and symbolism, gender studies in archaeology; Old World, Southwestern Europe.
Nelson H. GRABURN
Professor Emeritus

graburn@berkeley.edu
Ethnic arts, tourism, heritage, museums; multiculturalism, Inuit, Circumpolar peoples, China, Japan.
John A. Graham
Professor Emeritus

jagraham001@gmail.com
Mesoamerican culture history, particularly Maya and Olmec archaeology and art, Maya epigraphy, history of archaeology.
Eugene A. Hammel
Professor Emeritus

gene@demog.berkeley.edu
Social anthropology, statistical and formal analysis of social anthropological data, computer applications, peasant society and culture, demography; Europe.
Patrick V. KIRCH
Chancellor's Professor Emeritus

kirch@berkeley.edu
Prehistory and ethnography of Oceania, ethnoarchaeology and settlement archaeology, prehistoric agricultural systems, cultural ecology and paleoenvironmentalism, ethnobotany and ethnoscience, development of complex societies in Oceania.
Herbert P. Phillips
Professor Emeritus

hpp@berkeley.edu
Psychological anthropology, art and literature as ethnography, elites; mainland Southeast Asia with emphasis on Thailand and Indonesia.
Jack M. Potter
Professor Emeritus

zengbu@comcast.net
Social anthropology, classical social theory, peasants, change, ethnographic film; China, Thailand, U.S.
305 Kroeber
nsh@berkeley.edu
Critical Medical Anthropology, the anthropology of violence, madness and culture, inequality and marginality, childhood and the family, Ireland, Brazil, Cuba, South Africa.
M. Steven SHACKLEY
Professor Emeritus

shackley@berkeley.edu
Geoarchaeology, North American Southwest, lithic technology and analytical chemistry in archaeology, hunter-gatherers.
William S. Simmons
Professor Emeritus
william_simmons@ls.berkeley.edu Anthropology of religion, ethnohistory, folklore, North American Indians (particularly of California and New England), American pluralism.
Ruth E. Tringham
Professor Emerita, Professor of the Graduate School (Anthropology)

tringham@berkeley.edu
Archaeology, European (especially Central and Eastern), Mediterranean, and Anatolian Prehistory, Early Agriculturalists, Architecture, Household Archaeology, Feminist Practice of Archaeology, New Media