The anthropology faculty at Hartwick includes three full professors and one associate professor. Three professors have achieved the College's highest honor, The Teacher-Scholar Award, and one has received the Margaret Bunn Award for Excellence in Teaching. Each professor has an active research, writing, and publishing program. They have been supported by Hartwick College Faculty Research Grants, Wandersee Fellowships, and grant support from the National Science Foundation and the Institute for Advanced Study. Click below or on the left sidebar for more information.
Connie M. Anderson, Professor. Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of California at Riverside; B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology, Ohio State University. Areas of focus: Biological anthropology, particularly selection and behavior; the intersection of culture and biology; war and conflict resolution; the role of sports in interracial interactions, identity, and reconciliation; South Africa.
David W. Anthony, Professor. M.A. and Ph.D. in Anthropology/Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania. B.A. in History, Princeton University. Areas of focus: Prehistoric archaeology, origins and results of domestication and riding of horses, origins of the Indo-European languages, North American prehistoric archaeology.
Jason Antrosio, Associate Professor. Ph.D. in Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University. B.A. in History, Williams College. Areas of focus: Economic development, artisan and peasant economies, globalization, Latin America. Antrosio is editor for the Anthropology Report website, author of Living Anthropologically, and is on Twitter
Michael Woost, Professor. Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin. M.A. in Anthropology, University of Arkansas. B.S. in Anthropology, Illinois State University. Areas of focus: Sri Lanka, ethnic conflict, violence, problems of development and globalization, gem mining, socioeconomic issues of South Asia.