This section proudly represents our faculty and students in video, podcasts and/or other projects.
Anthropology Faculty Introductions
Video portraits of the full-time Anthropology faculty at San Francisco State University:
0:00 Dr. Cynthia Wilczak, Bioarchaeology
2:57 Dr. Doug Bailey, Archaeology and Visual Anthropology
4:55 Dr. Meredith Reifschneider, Archaeology
7:14 Dr. Jeff Schonberg, Visual and Medical Anthropology
9:37 Dr. Martha Lincoln, Cultural and Medical Anthropology
12:17 Dr. Peter Biella, Visual and Cultural Anthropology
14:54 Dr. Mark Griffin, Bioarchaeology
17:10 Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer, Cultural Anthropology
19:14 Contact information
LCA Next Stop: Department of Anthropology
LCA Next Stop: Department of Anthropology Part II
Anthropology Undergrad Students
Students are working on artifacts from the excavations at the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco
Students sorted and catalogued assemblages before shipping them to artists and archaeologists around the world as part of the Ineligible exhibition at Portugal's International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture.
Podcast 1: Adrienne Pine
Professor James Quesada talks with Professor Pine (American University) about the current humanitarian crisis of Central American unaccompanied minors entering the United States and the role of anthropology in addressing contemporary social issues.
Podcast Episode with Cynthia Wilczak
Professor Wilczak spoke about occupational stressors on the AnthroBiology Podcast.
Doug Bailey's Talk on "Beyond the Archeology of Art and Interpretation of the Past"
Presented from the University of Lisbon in Portugal by Professor Bailey. In a discussion with students and faculty in the Archaeological Centre, Doug explored how archaeologists can move beyond the interpretation of art and meaning in the study of the past.
Kayla Mulholland (B.A. 2015): Documentary Film
Kyla made this short film while interning on Anthropology Professor James Quesada's research project titled, Structural Vulnerability of Migrant Day Laborers in the Bay Area.