Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

  • Al Kuntar, Salam

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    Assistant Director of CHAPS
    Department of Classics
    Ph.D. (Archaeology) University of Cambridge
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  • Bakshi, Anita

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    Instructor
    Department of Landscape Architecture
    Ph.D. (History and Theory of Architecture) Cambridge University
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  • Brown, Jessica

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    Exec­u­tive Direc­tor of the New Eng­land Bio­labs Foun­da­tion. Member of the World Conservation Union (IUCN) World Com­mis­sion on Pro­tected Areas (WCPA) and Chair of its Pro­tected Land­scapes Spe­cial­ist Group.
    M.A. (International Development) Clark University
  • Burrow, Ian

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    Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of London; Registered Professional Archaeologist; Vice President and Principal Archaeologist, Hunter Research, Inc.
    PH.D. (History And Archaeology) University of Birmingham
  • Bzdak, Meredith

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    Partner, Mills + Schnoering Architects, LLC; Architectural Historian
    Department of Art History
    Ph.D. in Art History (Rutgers University)
  • Bzdak, Michael

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    Executive Director Worldwide Contributions at Johnson & Johnson.
    Ph.D. in Art History (Rutgers University)
  • Coelho, Rui Gomes

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    Ph.D. (Anthropology) Binghamton University
  • Engmann, Rachel Ama Asaa

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    Assistant Professor
    African Studies, School for Critical Social Inquiry, Hampshire College, USA
    Ph.D. (Anthropology) Stanford University
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  • Jacob, Cynthia M.

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    Senior Counsel to Fisher & Phillips LLP.
    J.D. Yale University and Ph.D. (Art History) Rutgers University
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  • Lixinski, Lucas

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    Associate Professor
    University of New South Wales Law, Sydney, Australia
    Ph.D. (Law) European University Institute
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  • Mills, Michael

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    Partner, Mills + Schnoering Architects, LLC, Registered Architect.
    M.S. (Historic Preservation) Columbia University
  • O'Brassill-Kulfan, Kristin

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    Coordinator & Instructor of Public History
    History Department
    PhD (History) University of Leicester
    I am a public historian whose work examines links between class, labor status, race, crime, and punishment in the nineteenth century United States and the presentation of challenging histories to the twenty-first century public. I specialize in research-oriented archival methodologies, the construction of constituent-based narratives in public forums, and the inclusion of social history themes in bidirectional public history projects.
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  • Taylor, Ken

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    Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Research School of Humanities, The Australian National University. Formerly Professor of Landscape Architecture and Co-Director Cultural Heritage Research Centre, University of Canberra. Appointed Emeritus Professor December 2002.
    M. Arch, Architecture (Research) University of Melbourne
  • Urban, Andrew T.

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    Associate Professor
    American Studies Department
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  • Woodhouse-Beyer, Katharine

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    Lecturer and Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty
    Department of Art History/CHAPS
    Ph.D. (Anthropology) Brown University
    Dr Woodhouse-Beyer’s research interests include cultural heritage studies, historical archaeology, cultural resource management, Native North American ethnography and archaeology, circumpolar ethnography and archaeology, museology and material culture studies, ethnohistory; European archaeology (Bronze Age - Early Medieval), archaeological conservation, archaeology of gender, ethnicity, and colonialism; public archaeology; heritage and tourism; anthropological and archaeological ethics; anthropology and archaeology of death.
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