Gerad M. Smith
Affiliate Assistant Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2020; Project Archaeologist, Brice Environmental Services Corporation;Traditional Dene Place Name analysis, Lithic Analysis, Taphonomy, Subarctic and Arctic archaeology, Non-linear Complexity Modeling, Human Behavioral Ecology, Site Structure and Intersite Variability, GIS, Ichnological analysis, Photomodeling, Traditional Ecological Knowlege, NHPA (Section 106), AHPA, and NEPA Compliance.
Holly J. McKinney
Affiliate Research Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2013; Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Cultural Resource Specialist; Faunal, Taphonomic, Lithic, and Stable Isotopic Analyses; Fisheries; Subarctic, Arctic, and Pacific Northwest Coast Archaeology; Excavation Methods; Multivariate Statistical Analyses; Human Behavioral Ecology; NHPA (Section 106), AHPA, and NEPA Compliance.
Affiliate Professor of Anthropology; Ph.D. (paleoecology) University of Michigan, 2009. Paleolithic archaeology, modern human origins, hunter-gatherer lifeways, zooarchaeology. Southern Africa and the Near East.
Affiliate Research Professor; Ph.D. (paleoecology) University of Alaska Fairbanks,1997. Research Associate, Alaska Quaternary Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Quaternary paleoecology, palynology, Beringian environments
Assistant Professor of Fisheries; Ph.D. (anthropology) University of Washington, 2008. Environmental anthropology, political ecology, marine policy, fishing communities.
Affiliate Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D. (anthropology). University of Alaska
Fairbanks, 2009. Biological anthropology, bone stable isotope analysis, past human
diet, archaeological toxicology, Arctic and sub-Arctic populations.
Email: cmhalffman @ alaska.edu.
Anne M. Jensen
Affiliate Research Assistant Professor. Ph.D. (anthropology), Bryn Mawr College, 2009. Long-term ecodynamics of socio-natural systems in Arctic and subarctic environments, coastal adaptations, global change effects on the archaeological and paleoecological record, zooarchaeology, community archaeology
Patty A. Gray
Affiliate Associate Professor; Ph.D. (cultural anthropology), University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1998. Political and economic anthropology, social movements, transformation in post-Soviet rural communities, reindeer herding systems; rural European Russia, Russian Far North, Alaska.
Charles E. Holmes
Affiliate Research Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology) Washington State University, 1984.
Beringian archaeology, Subarctic cultural adaptations, Athabascan archaeology, lithic
Email: charles.holmes @ alaska.edu
Curator: Americas, British Museum, London. Ph.D. (Anthropology), University of Aberdeen,
2011. Northern anthropology, material culture, ethnohistory and phenomenology.
David Alexander Lukaszek
Affiliate Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Ph.D. (Anthropology) University of
Alaska Fairbanks, 2017. Biological Anthropology, Osteology, Biomechanics, Evolutionary
Theory, Fossil Hominins, Taxonomy, and Epistemology.
Assistant Professor of Alaska Native Studies, Ph.D. (anthropology) University of Alaska
Fairbanks, 2003. Office: 307 Brooks Bldg.
E-mail: mike.koskey @ alaska.edu
Robin O. Mills
Affiliate Assistant Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology), University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1998. Fairbanks District Archaeologist, Bureau of Land Management. Historical archaeology, mining history, cultural resource management.
Affiliate Research Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology), University of California, Santa Barbara. Indigenous cultures of Alaska, author and natural historian.
Assistant Associate Professor, Institute for Arctic Biology/Department of Biology and Wildlife. Ph.D. (ecology and evolutionary biology), Princeton University, 1998. Stable isotope ecology, nutritional physiology of insects; understanding patterns of stable isotope variation among biological compounds.
Affiliate Associate Professor; Ph.D. (statistical genetics), Free University Berlin,
Germany 1986. Human genetics - focus on type 2 diabetes and complications, genetic
epidemiology - focus on statistics and bioinformatics , genetics of behavior - focus
on development of phenotypes for genetic studies, biostatistics.
Email: rplaetke @ alaska.edu
Affiliate Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology), University of Aberdeen, Northern anthropology.
Emeritus Professor of Library Science; Ph.D. (anthropology) Bryn Mawr College, 1976.
Anne D. Shinkwin
Affiliate Professor; Ph.D. (anthropology), University of Wisconsin, 1975. Northern anthropology.