Emeritus, Emerita, and Retired Faculty
Professor Emerita, 2014
BA (Saskatchewan) MA (Calgary) DPhil (Oxford)
Research Interests: Tourist interaction and experience, Ontario cottage culture, the politics of representation of Canadian Aboriginal cultures in museums, the history of Canadian anthropology, and the culture of non-profit institutions
Paul F. Healy
Professor Emeritus, 2013
BA (California-Berkeley), MA, PhD (Harvard)
Research Interests: complex societies, agriculture, mortuary practices, settlement, trade and exchange, ceramics, art and architecture, New World archaeology, Mesoamerica (esp. Maya), Lower Central America and the Caribbean.
Professor Emeritus, 2002
DSc, Dr. Habil (Kiel)
Research Interests: physical anthropology, osteology, Germany, North America, Maya.
Susan M. Jamieson
Professor Emerita, 2013
BA (McMaster), MA (Manitoba), PhD (Washington State),
Research Interests: lithic analysis, interaction and postcolonial theory, historical archaeology, Northeastern and Boreal archaeology.
Kenneth E. Kidd (d. 1994)
Professor Emeritus, 1973
BA, MA (Toronto)
Marit K. Munson
BA (Miami, Ohio), MA, PhD (New Mexico)
Research Interests: art and archaeology, ceramics, rock art, iconography US Southwest, gender
R. Daniel Powell (d. 2019)
Professor Emeritus, 2006
Lic. en Historia (Cordoba), Ph.D. (McGill)
Professor Emeritus, 2008
BA, MA, PhD (SUNY)
Research Interests: human adaptability and medical anthropology, psychiatric epidemiology, migration, ethnicity, and health among migrant populations.
Professor Emerita, 2016
Research Interests: culture and development; politics, ethnicity and minority rights; rural political economy; African pastoralists; and arid lands and sustainable development.
Please also see her site in International Development Studies.
BA (Toronto) MA (London) PhD (Arizona)
Research Interests: paleoecology, particularly zooarchaeology, typology, computer applications in archaeology and the anthropology of computing technology.
Evelyn M. Todd (d. 2008)
Professor Emerita, 1999
BA (Toronto), PhD (North Carolina)
John R. Topic
Professor Emeritus, 2011
BA, MA, PhD (Harvard)
Research Interests: archaeology, ethnohistory, complex societies, spatial analysis, Peru, South America.
Professor Emerita, 2003
MA (Toronto), PhD (Columbia)
Research Interests: anthropology of art, material culture, art and architecture of Europe and the Americas, Northwest Coast, Arctic, Northeast.
Professor Emeritus, 1996
BA, MA (Toronto) PhD (Columbia)
Research Interests: Visual anthropology (film and video), culture and communication, minority groups, East European post-communist development, Aboriginal rock art and Great Lakes area archaeology.