UF Field School in Peruvian Archaeology

Next Field School Date The University of Florida Department of Anthropology Field School in Peruvian Archaeology will be running in the Summer B 2020 Semester (2 July through 31 July 2020). This field school is open to non-UF students.   Application You can download the application here: UF Field School 2020 Application.  Applications are due 20 March 2020 […]

Amanda Brock

Graduate Student Email:  Education Ph.D. Anthropology, In Progress M.A. Anthropology, University of Florida, 2019 B.A. Archaeology, Cornell University, 2015 Subfield Archaeology Chair Dr. Daniel Contreras Research Interests Peru, Andean archaeology, community archaeology, historical ecology, geoarchaeology, religion, gender Selected Publications     Grants, Fellowships, and Awards CLAS Tinker Award, 2018 Paul Doughty Award, 2018 Grinter Fellowship, 2017 Ruegamer […]

Michael Wylde

Alumni Email: mwylde@ufl.edu Education Ph.D., M.A., Anthropology, University of Florida, 2013 B.A., Subfield Archaeology Chair Dr. deFrance Research Interests Zooarchaeology, Coastal Site Archaeology, Historic Site Archaeology, Domestication, Dogs, Southeastern US, Southwestern US, Mexico, Honduras, Peru Selected Publications     Grants, Fellowships, and Awards   This student has graduated from the program so the information on […]

Eshe Lewis

Alumni Email: eshe.lewis@ufl.edu Education Ph.D., M.A., B.A., Subfield Cultural Anthropology Chair Dr. Harrison Research Interests African Diaspora in the Americas, Latin America, Peru, Women’s Issues, Structural Violence, Race and Gender Inequality Selected Publications     Grants, Fellowships, and Awards   This student has graduated from the program so the information on this page may not […]

Richard Kernaghan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor Honors Program Liaison Office: Grinter Hall, Room 335 Phone: (352) 294-7585 Email: kernaghan@ufl.edu Google Scholar Education Ph.D. Columbia University M.A. Columbia University B.A. University of Texas at Austin Research Interests Ethnographic writing, aesthetics, visuality; law, violence, and illicit worlds; Latin America, Peru, Amazonia; political and legal time; memory/forgetting, divination and presentiment; state margins […]