Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Jennifer Aengst
PhD University of California - Davis 2011; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Cultural and medical anthropology; reproduction; population studies; fertility politics; gender; contraceptive technologies; ethnic/religious conflict; Ladakh, Himalayas, South Asia

jaengst@pdx.edu

Tracy J. Andrews
PhD University of Arizona 1985, MPH Columbia University 1988; Adjunct Professor
Sociocultural anthropology; Native Americans; medical anthropology; ecological and natural resources anthropology; minority and international health issues ; political ecology; gender

t.j.andrews@pdx.edu

Thomas J. Brown
MS Portland State University 2016

tbr@pdx.edu

Melanie Lee Chang
PhD University of Pennsylvania 2005; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Biological anthropology; ecology and evolutionary biology; paleoanthropology; Paleolithic archaeology; systematics; evolutionary genetics; scientific writing
mlchang@pdx.edu

Robert David
PhD University of California-Berkeley 2012
North American rock art, Indigenous Community archaeology, landscape archaeology, shamanism in the Pacific Northwest, Columbia Plateau, and Great Basin, Native American myth and rituals
davidrob@pdx.edu

Michael Kilman
MS Portland State University
straygos@gmail.com

David Gene Lewis
PhD University of Oregon 2009

Cultural anthropology, ethnohistory, Native Peoples of Oregon and Northern California, tribal treaties and reservations, 19th Century ethnography, Federal Indian policy
dgl2@pdx.edu

David Lee Moore
PhD (ABD) Simon Fraser University, MA Portland State University 1994; Adjunct Instructor
Cultural anthropology; Southeast Asia; South Asia; nationalism; ethnicity; globalization; historical anthropology

b5dm@pdx.edu

Reno Nims
MS Portland State University 2016
rnims@pdx.edu

Amiee Potter
PhD University of Oregon 2004; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Biological anthropology; molecular anthropology; skeletal biology; human evolution; craniofacial growth and development; peopling of the Americas; bioarchaeology of southern California and the Great Basin

potteram@pdx.edu

Cameron M. Smith
PhD Simon Fraser University 2004; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Archaeology; spatial analysis; lithic usewear analysis; European and North American Prehistory; evolution

smithcm@pdx.edu

Sarah Sterling
PhD University of Washington 2004; Assistant Professor, Affiliate Faculty Middle Eastern Studies Center
Predynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt; North America; geoarchaeology; evolutionary theory, social complexity; ceramic analysis

sster@pdx.edu

Dan Stueber
BM Berklee College of Music, 1971
Living technology, stone tools and flintknapping, paleontology

dstueber@pdx.edu

Steven Thomson
PhD Boston University 2006
Socio-cultural anthropology, historical research, ethnicity and local diversity, anthropology of gender, political economy, international development, local government: citizenship and transnationalism, African ethnography, anthropology of disaster, anthropological theory: folklore and performance
steven.k.thomson@gmail.com

Xia Zhang
PhD University of Pittsburg 2011; Departmental Affiliate; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Globalization, urbanization, gender (esp. masculinity), development, new media, youth, migration, labor politics, China, East Asia
xzhang@pdx.edu