Faculty and Staff

Anthropology Department Faculty 2018-2019

Faculty


Emeriti Faculty

Dr. Perry Gnivecki

Lecturer

gnivecpl@miamioh.edu

Dr. Perry Gnivecki was a Lecturer in Anthropology. Broadly trained in both Old World and New World archaeology, he specializes in Caribbean archaeology. Dr. Gnivecki received his Ph.D. and Certificate in Southwest Asian and North African Studies from State University of New York Binghamton.

Dr. Adolph Greenberg

Professor

greenbam@miamioh.edu

Dr. Adolph Greenberg was a Professor of Anthropology. He specialized in cultural anthropology, applied, parks and protected areas, ecological anthropology, culture change, and medical; Subarctic Canada, rural South, and American Southwest. He received his PhD in 1978 from Wayne State.

Dr. James H. Hamill

Professor

hamilljf@miamioh.edu

Dr. James Hamill was a Professor of Anthropology. He specialized in linguistics, ethnography, ethnologic, cognitive anthropology, and Navajo folklore; Native people of Oklahoma, and North America. He received his PhD in 1974 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Dr. Carl R. Jantzen

Professor

jantzecr@miamioh.edu

Dr. Carl Jantzen was a Professor of Anthropology. He specialized in social and cultural anthropology, and community study; Middle East, Mexico, Belize, and Latin America. He received his PhD in 1963 from Michigan State.

Dr. Linda F. Marchant

Professor

marchalf@MiamiOH.edu

Dr. Linda Marchant was a Professor of Anthropology. A biological anthropologist working in East and West Africa, she specializes in Behavioral Primatology, Hominid Evolution, and African Apes. Dr. Linda F. Marchant received her Ph.D. from Rutgers University.

Professor

phillikp@miamioh.edu

Dr. Kay Phillips was a Professor of Anthropology and Sociology. She specialized in ecology, cultural, and comparative sociology. She received her PhD in 1975 from the University of Cincinnati.

Mrs. Judith K. Spielbauer

Instructor

spielbjk@miamioh.edu

Mrs. Judith K. Spielbauer was an Instructor of Anthropology. She specialized in general anthropology, museology, and art; Mesoamerica. She received her MA/MS in 1968 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Dr. Ronald H. Spielbauer

Associate Professor

spielbrh@miamioh.edu

Dr. Ronald H. Spielbauer was an Associate Professor of Anthropology. He specialized in archaeology, archaeometry, cultural anthropology, and Native America; Midwest, North America. He received his PhD in 1976 from Southern Illinois.


Staff

Rebecca Heftel

Staff

heftelrm@miamioh.edu