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Faculty - Disciplinarity/Methods/Ethics

Rena Lederman
Professor;
Office Phone
Office
127 Aaron Burr Hall

Professor Lederman’s recent interests have included relationality, expertise, and ethics; the politics of “method” in human sciences (particularly anthropology); disciplinary knowledges as “moral orders”; science/humanities tensions in popular and academic discourse; and bureaucratic and regulatory policies and practices.

Jerry C. Zee
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor High Meadows Environmental Institute
Office
132 Aaron Burr Hall

Interests
Environmental anthropology, feminist science studies, cultural and political anthropology of China; political ecology, meteorology and atmospheres, governance, engineering, aesthetics, materialism

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Assistant Professor Jerry Zee is jointly appointed in the Department…

Jeffrey Himpele
Director, VizE Lab for Ethnographic Data Visualization;
Lecturer in Anthropology
Office Phone
Office
319 Aaron Burr Hall

Jeff directs the Anthropology Department’s VizE Lab, an innovative hub for researchers interested in visualizing anthropological knowledge through documentary video and data visualization. He is author of Circuits of Culture: Media, Politics, and Indigenous Identity in the Andes, and is a prize-winning documentary filmmaker.