Affiliated Faculty

Diane Brockman

Associate Professor Emerita

Received: Ph.D. From: Yale University Specialty: Primatology; Primate Reproduction; Primate Conservation; Madagascar Dr. Brockman is a Research Associate at the Duke University Lemur Center and a member of the Primate Life History Working Group at the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, Duke University.

Joyce Dalsheim

Professor of Global Studies

Received: Ph.D. From: The New School Specialty: Cultural Anthropology, gender, nationalism, Israel and nearby areas Read More

Gary Ferraro

Professor Emeritus

Received: Ph.D. From: Syracuse University Specialty: Urban Anthropology, Applied Anthropology, Intercultural Communication, Africa.

Andrea Freidus

Coordinator of the MA/MPH Program
Barnard 219

PROFILE: Dr. Andrea Freidus is an Affiliated Faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at UNC Charlotte and Coordinator of the M.A./M.P.H. Program. She specializes in applied and medical anthropology. She also has an MPH in global public health. She has worked in Latin America, Africa, and South Florida. Her research has looked at the […]

Garth Green

Teaching Professor in Global Studies

Received: Ph.D. From: New School for Social Research Specialty: Cultural Anthropology; Ethnicity, Nationalism and Globalism; Caribbean Read More

Eric Hoenes del Pinal

Assistant Professor
Religious Studies

Charles Houck

Teaching Professor in Global Studies
Global Studies

Received: Ph. D. From: Tulane University Specialty: Archaeology, Maya, Latin America. Read More

Peta Katz

Senior Lecturer Emerita

Donna Lanclos

Anodyne Anthropology, LLC

PROFILE: Dr. Donna Lanclos is an affiliated faculty member with the Anthropology Department at UNC Charlotte. She currently works as a Consultant and Researcher in Higher and Further Education and Libraries. Lanclos Curriculum Vitae EDUCATION: RESEARCH TOPICS/AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Read More

Janet Levy

Professor Emerita

Received: Ph.D. From: Washington University – St. Louis Specialty: Archaeology, Ethics in Anthropology, Gender in Prehistory, Southeastern U.S., Europe.