Graduate Students T - V

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


Tiffany Taylor


Medical Anthropology

Tiffany.Taylor@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Visual and cultural anthropology, human rights, social data science, science and technology studies, (im)migration and citizenship, social movements and cinema, psychological anthropology, and social determinants of health

Robyn Taylor-Neu


Sociocultural Anthropology
rtaylorneu@berkeley.edu (link sends e-mail)
Research Interests: animation, media, object theater, poetics, psychoanalysis, semiotics, temporality.

Nathan Tilton


Anthropology 
Research Interests: Accessible Technologies, Crip Theory, Critical Disability Studies, Flexible Design, Institution, Medical Anthropology, Military, Military Biopolitics, Socio-Cultural Anthropology, User-Centered Design, Veteran

Francisco Trejo-Morales


Sociocultural Anthropology
ft452@berkeley.edu

Trent Trombley


Archaeology
ttrombley001@berkeley.edu (link sends e-mail)
Research Interests: Bioarchaeology, Health and Disease, Stress, Taphonomy

 

Josefina Valdés Lanas


Sociocultural Anthropology
josefina_valdeslanas@berkeley.edu(link sends e-mail)

Levi Vonk


Medical Anthropology

levi_vonk@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Migration, Borders, Militarization, Violence, The State, The Other, Neoliberalism, Multiculturalism, Structuralism, Psychoanalysis

Max Waterman


Medical Anthropology
maxfield.waterman@berkeley.edu

Justin Weinstock


Sociocultural Anthropology
jsw47@berkeley.edu

AJ White


Archaeology

adam_white@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Geoarchaeology, molecular archaeology, fecal stanols, coprostanol, paleoclimatology, Kharaneh IV, Cahokia

Adrian Wilson


Sociocultural Anthropology

adrian.wilson@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: Science and Technology Studies, Development Economics, Anthropology of Development, Economy, Value, Rationality, Experimentation, East Africa, Kenya, Tanzania

Bonnie Wong


Medical Anthropology

bonnie_wong@berkeley.edu

Kara Zamora


Medical Anthropology

 kara.zamora@ucsf.edu

Research Interests: postcolonial theory; empire studies; American empire; US military's global reach; colonial medicine; tropical medicine; critical global health; chronic pain; debility; disability in the Global South; photo ethnography; visual research methods in anthropology