Anthropology Emeriti Faculty

Dolores Koenig Professor Emerita

Dolores Koenig is a specialist in international development, interested in both its challenges and its successes. She is especially interested in finding new ways of talking about development and soci

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William Leap Professor Emeritus

William Leap’s career in public anthropology has included work with American Indian tribes (community organizing, language renewal, teaching retraining), engagements with language, sexuality, and HIV

  wlm@american.edu

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Brett Williams Professor Emerita

Brett Williams began her work as an anthropologist working among migrant farm workers in Illinois, exploring how they coped with terrible poverty and helping them organize a lettuce boycott and raise

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Emerita and Emeritus Faculty

Dolores Koenig Professor Emerita

Dolores Koenig is a specialist in international development, interested in both its challenges and its successes. She is especially interested in finding new ways of talking about development and soci

  (202) 885-1832

William Leap Professor Emeritus

William Leap’s career in public anthropology has included work with American Indian tribes (community organizing, language renewal, teaching retraining), engagements with language, sexuality, and HIV

  wlm@american.edu

  (202) 885-tter

Brett Williams Professor Emerita

Brett Williams began her work as an anthropologist working among migrant farm workers in Illinois, exploring how they coped with terrible poverty and helping them organize a lettuce boycott and raise

  (202) 885-1836