Staff

Dr. Ana P. Gutierrez Garza

Lecturer

apgg1@st-andrews.ac.uk

Migration, gender, economic anthropology, inequality, care, labour, morality and ethics

 

Professor Mark Harris 

Professor

mh25@st-andrews.ac.uk

Ethnohistory, historical anthropology, ecological anthropology, the anthropology of embodiment and experience, social science methodology, religion, Brazilian Amazon and South America.

 

Professor Sabine Hyland 

Professor

sph@st-andrews.ac.uk

Ecuador, Peru, Andes; Inkas; ethnopoetics; historical anthropology; literacy, writing and politics; ancient scripts; Jesuits and Christian missionaries in colonial South America

 

Dr. Huon Wardle

Senior Lecturer

hobw@st-andrews.ac.uk

The West Indies and modernity, cosmopolitanism, creolisation, comedy and mischief, imagination and perception. Kingston Jamaica.

 

 

Dr. Sarah Bennison

Research Fellow

sb333@st-andrews.ac.uk

Ethnicity, landscape beings, irrigation rituals, oral narratives of water, ethnohistory, local texts

 

 

Dr. Patrick O’Hare

UKRI Future Leaders Fellow

po35@st-andrews.ac.uk

Recycling, waste, labour, cooperatives, infrastructure, plastic.

 

 

Dr. Christos Lynteris 

Senior Lecturer

History of the scientific study of rats as disease hosts and vectors in Argentina, Brazil and Chile under The Global War Against the Rat and the Epistemic Emergence of Zoonosis project. Link here

 

 

 

Dr Matheus Duarte

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Following people, texts and objects as they circulated between Brazil, India and France, Matheus’s work questions established interpretations on the history of microbiology and showed that, on the fight against the plague, microbiology became a global construction.