Emeritus Faculty

David Ames

Ph.D. Northwestern University 1953, Professor Emeritus.

Sociology of Music and the Arts, Anthropology of Contemporary Life, Afro-American Cultures, West Africa.

Karen Bruhns

Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley 1967, Professor Emeritus.

Archaeology, culture change; South America, Mesoamerica.

Steve Gabow

Ph.D. University of Toronto 1973, Professor Emeritus.

Biological Anthropology, Primate Behavior and Fossil Humans.

Rodger Heglar

Ph.D. University of Michigan 1974, Professor Emeritus.

Biological and Forensic Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Serology, New World Populations.

Gary W. Pahl

Ph.D. University of California at Los Angeles, 1976, Professor Emeritus.

Archaeology of California, Maya and China, History of Archaeology, Writing Systems.

C. Sarah Soh

C. SARAH SOH, Ph.D. University of Hawaii and the East-West Center, 1987, Professor Emerita.

Sociocultural Anthropology: Gender and Culture Change, Women in Politics; Gendered Structural Violence and Postcolonial Historical Memory, The Comfort Women Controversy; Korea and Japan.


Bernard Wong

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 1974, Professor Emeritus.

Cultural Anthropology, Anthropological Theory, Overseas Chinese, Ethnicity, Kinship and Social Structure, Urban Anthropology, China and East Asia