Faculty & Staff Directory
Campus Address: ES 2129
Associate Dean for International Affairs (IUPUI)
Chancellor's Professor of Anthropology; Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies (IUPUI) and Anthropology (Bloomington)
B.A. Byrn Mawr College 1969
M.A. University of North Carolina 1973
Ph.D. University of North Carolina 1978
International learning and partnerships; modern Greece; migration, settlement, and the construction of community in contemporary life; tourism, travel narratives, and archaeological sites.
IU Amoco Foundation Award 1985,
IUPUI Student Council Outstanding Educator Award 1985,
IUPUI Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Teaching 1990,
Honorable Mention from the National Association of Student Anthropologists 1994,
FACET Award 1996,
Lola Lohse Award Mentoring Award 1998,
School of Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award 2002,
SLA Student Council Outstanding Student Advisor Award 2002,
Trustees Teaching Award 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002.
The Landscape and People of the Franchthi Region (Indiana University Press 1987);
Constructed Meanings: Form and Process in Greek Architecture (University of Minnesota 1995);
A Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid Since 1700 (Stanford University Press in press);
thirty articles and twelve book reviews.
Editor, Journal of Modern Greek Studies 1999-2002;
President, School of Liberal Arts Faculty Assembly 1998-2000;
Chair Committee on Teaching, American Anthropological Association 2001-03;
President-Elect, General Anthropology Division, American Anthropological Association, 2004-7;
plus membership on numerous university and professional committees.