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Tamira Brennan

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Tamira Brennan

Email: tbrennan@siu.edu

Phone (office): 618-453-5031

Phone (curation): 618-453-2036

Office location: Faner 3461A

I have been doing archaeology since 1999, primarily in research-based Cultural Resource Management settings ranging from fieldwork to administration. This work includes a seven-year long stretch as a field supervisor, lead researcher, and ceramic analyst on the Illinois State Archaeological ...read full profile >>

Ryan Campbell

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Ryan Campbell

Email: rcampb@siu.edu
Phone: 618-453-5031
Office location: Faner 3463

I am a biological anthropologist and archaeologist with a specialization in the bioarchaeology of pre- and protohistoric North American populations. I have research interests in human skeletal variation, geophysics, and cultural resource management.  I have a dual role at SIU serving as a ...read full profile >>

Vytis Ciubrinskas

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Ciubrinskas

Head of the Center of Social Anthropology

Professor, Department of Sociology

Location:
Vytautas Magnus University
Donelaicio street 52
LT 44244 Kaunas, Lithuania
Email:

Dr. Čiubrinskas is a Social Anthropologist. He earned his Ph.D. at the Vilnius University in Ethnology and History (1993), and is currently a Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas and an Associate Professor of Social and Cultural ...read full profile >>

Kayeleigh Sharp

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Kayeleigh Sharp

Email: sharpka@siu.edu

Phone: 618-453-2258

Office location: Center for Teaching Excellence
Morris Library Room 180

I am an anthropological archaeologist with long-standing interest in Latin American cultures in general. My current research focuses on the extensive and most productive zone of northern coastal Peru (i.e., Lambayeque), one of the two nuclei in the Andes that saw a succession of complex societies ...read full profile >>