Historical Anthropology and Archaeology

Sarah E. Vaughn

Contact OFFICE: 335 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: sev83@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS 2024-2025 academic leave (Harvard Radcliffe Institute)

Stefania Pandolfo

Contact OFFICE: 201 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: pandolfo@berkeley.edu PHONE: 642-9229 OFFICE HOURS Thursday 12 to 3 pm By appointment via online sign up sheet. Students will need to email Professor Pandolfo to get the link to sign up.

Cori Hayden

Contact OFFICE: 305 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: cphayden@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS via zoom Students may email me for the link to the sign-up sheet and a specific zoom invitation. Tuesday 1:15PM - 2:30 PM Thursday 1:15PM - 2:30 PM

Xin Liu

Contact OFFICE: 301 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: xinliu@berkeley.edu PHONE: 510 858 5173 OFFICE HOURS: Wednesdays 12:00PM - 2:00PM

Jun Sunseri

Contact OFFICE: Office: 214 ARF LAB: 197 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: jsunseri@berkeley.edu PHONE: Office: 664-4888, Lab: 643-8393 OFFICE HOURS Fall 2022: Wednesdays by appointment

Junko Habu

Contact OFFICE: 208 ARF LAB: 314 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: habu@berkeley.edu PHONE: Office: 643-2645, Lab: 643-2837 OFFICE HOURS Tuesdays 5:00 - 6:00 PM (208 ARF) Fridays 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (314 Anthropology and Art Practice Building)

William F. Hanks

Contact OFFICE: 315 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: wfhanks@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS Tuesday 1PM - 3PM Sign up sheet by door gets posted Thu at 12:30 for following week

Laurie A. Wilkie

Contact OFFICE: Office: 206 ARF LAB: 11 ARF E-MAIL: lawilkie@berkeley.edu PHONE: Office: 643-0677, Lab: 643-1112,

A Conversation with William White

In this conversation, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Bill White and PhD student Justin Greene speak about the path from astronomy to archaeology, Boise, community engagement, and the desire for happiness.

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Justin Greene: I feel like the most basic place to start would be to ask about the story that led you to archaeology. Why archaeology? Why archaeology as a home discipline?

William [Bill] White: That’s a good question. A long story short: when I was a little kid, I went to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City...