Anthropology Graduate Students C-D

Below is a list of graduate students. If you are not listed here and should be, please contact the webmaster.


Mario Castillo

Archaeology

mcastillo@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail) 

Research Interests: Mesoamerican Studies, Mexican History, Digital Methods, Field Methods, Transdisciplinary

Ángela Castillo-Ardila

Sociocultural Anthropology

angelacastillo@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)

Research Interests: Nature, Politics, Law, Extractive Frontiers, Gold Mining, Anti-Mining Coalitions, Territorial and Life Defense Practices, Multi-Species Commons, Participation, Democracy, Sovereignty, Internal Armed-Conflict Affected Countries, Colombia, Latinamerica.
 

K.H. Chan

Sociocultural Anthropology

ckc4@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)

Rusana Cieply

Sociocultural Anthropology

rusana.cieply@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: (Post)Socialism, Land Use, Environment, Memory, Temporality, Visual Anthropology, Russia

Donagh Michael Coleman

Medical Anthropology

donaghcoleman@berkeley.edu

Melanie Cootsona

Archaeology
Research Interests: Zooarchaeology, American Southwest, Collaborative Research, Pueblos, New Mexico

Britt Dawson

Sociocultural Anthropology

brittdawson@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Migration and refugees; border studies; transnational Islamic communities; diaspora; space and place; gender; identity formation; militarism; empire; Mexico and the Middle East 

Felicia De Pena

Archaeology

felicia_depena@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Transmission of knowledge, Lithic Analysis, Experimental Archaeology, Flintknapping, Southwest Asia Prehistory

Patrick DeSutter

Sociocultural Anthropology

pjdesutter@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Islands, Oceans, Bangladesh, Resettlement, Politics, Climate change, Seasteading, Psychoanalysis

Martha Nuño Diaz-Longo 

Archaeology

diaz_martha91@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)

Research Interests: Bioarchaeology, Forensic Science, Structural Violence, Identity, United States/Mexico Border, Humanitarian Efforts, Identification of Deceased Migrants 

Ned Dostaler

Sociocultural Anthropology

ned.dostaler@berkeley.edu