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Visiting Faculty

Jennifer Carballo
- College Fellow
- Archaeology Program

Research and Teaching Interests:
Archaeology of ancient Mexico, the development of complex societies and the sociopolitical dynamics of early villages and cities; early village life in Tlaxcala, Mexico; the origins of urban life at Teotihuacan.

Contact:
jcarballo@fas.harvard.edu
Peabody Museum 57N


Kerry Chance
- American Council of Learned Societies (ALCS) New Faculty Fellow
- Social Anthropology

Research and Teaching Interests:
Political Anthropology, African Studies, social theory, everyday life, slums, protest and popular movements, violence, democracy, South Africa.

Contact:

kchance@fas.harvard.edu
William James Hall 384


John (Song Pae) Cho
- Lecturer
- Korea Institute's Inaugural Soon Young Kim Postdoctoral Fellow
- Fall Term

Research and Teaching Interests:
Gender, queer sexuality, technology, intimacy, and affect; South Korea and East Asia; postcolonial nation-state formation and family-centered heteronormativity; queer movements and neoliberal consumer cultures.

Contact:
Korea Institute, CGIS South Bldg.
songpaecho@fas.harvard.edu


Amrita Ibrahim
- College Fellow

Research and Teaching Interests:

Anthropology of media, visual culture and economies, public culture, visual anthropology, politics of language, and the anthropology of the state

Contact:

amritaibrahim@fas.harvard.edu
William James Hall 452


Catalina Laserna
- Lecturer on Anthopology
- Social Anthropology Program
- Fall Term

Research and Teaching Interests:
Socio-cultural perspectives on learning, sociolinguistics, Andenean peasant studies, introducting computers into classrooms (ex.OLPC). Currently working at HarvardX as a course developer.

Contact:
laserna@fas.harvard.edu | website
1 Story Street 221


Sohini Kar
- College Fellow

Research and Teaching Interests:
Economic Anthropology, Anthropology of Finance, Debt, Anthropology of Development, Microfinance, Gender, Urban Anthropology, South Asia, India.

Contact:
kar@fas.harvard.edu
William James Hall 452

Ernst Karel
- Lecturer
- Social Anthropology Program
- Lab Manager, SEL
- Spring Term

Research and Teaching Interests:
Sensory ethnography, anthropology of sound, ethnomusicology, phonography, South Asia.

Contact:
ekarel@fas.harvard.edu
(617) 496-2714, Sever Hall 438
Sensory Ethnography Lab


Shawn Rolands
- Lecturer
- Australian Indigenous Curatorial Research Fellow
- Spring Term

Research and Teaching Interests:
Ethnographic history, creation of identity and the invention of tradition, cross-cultural contact in material culture, popular protest in pre-industrial societies, anthropology and social control, Japanese history and cinema.

Contact:
(617) 495-1038 | srowlands@fas.harvard.edu
Peabody Museum

Ramyar Rossoukh
- Assistant Undergraduate Advisor
- Social Anthropology Program

Research and Teaching Interests:
Media anthropology, visual culture, cultural studies, globalization, Middle East, Iran.

Contact:

rossoukh@fas.harvard.edu
William James Hall 385


Emily Stokes-rees
- Lecturer on Anthopology
- Social Anthropology Program

Research and Teaching Interests:
Globalization and identity; writing the ‘national story’ in the postcolonial world; the emergent narratives of ethnic and indigenous minorities within postcolonial states; transformations in Academic Museums; diversity in Singaporean museums.

Contact:
estokesrees@fas.harvard.edu
William James Hall 452


Alexandre Tokovinine
- Lecturer
- Archaeology Program
- Fall Term

Research and Teaching Interests:
Classic Maya archaeology and history; political landscapes; epigraphy; Mesoamerican writing systems, literatures, and visual cultures; anthropology of color; applications of photogrammetry in Maya studies and cultural resource management.

Contact:
tokovin@fas.harvard.edu
Peabody Museum 35C



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