New Graduate Students

    Gianina Bebb

Gianina Bebb

 

Johnny Luna
Johnny Luna

 

 

 
Jamieson Mockel
Jamieson Mockel



Chelsea Lynn HalliwellChelsea Lynn Halliwell
 

Ari Pimentel
Ari Pimentel



Sarah Luce
Sarah Luce


Erika Harvey
Erika Harvey

Jeffrey Greger
Jeffrey Greger



Kelli Sullivan
Kelli Sullivan

 


Angel Jones
Angel Jones

 

 

 

BA Anthropology
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English, Romanian
Interests: Cultural Anthropology, reading, traveling, baking, cats, history, international politics, ballet.
Area of Expertise: Journalism

 


 

BA Sociocultural Anthropology, CSU Stanislaus
MA Applied Anthropology (expected), SJSU
Interests:Consumerism, Bio-power, Tourism, Organizational Theory, Human-Centered Design, Ethnographic Writing, Visual Anthropology, Ethno-Photography, Community Development, Power-Knowledge.
Areas of Expertise: Cultural Economics, Knowledge Production, Consumer Behavioral Research.
Past Research: Community Development Within Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Organizations, Consumer Value Analysis At Secondhand Retailers, Ethnographic Film Documenting The Cultural Traditions Of A Hmong Family For The Purpose Of Archiving The Vast Cultural Diversities Of The Central Valley.


BA Anthropology from SJSU
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English
Interests: Conversing with friends, heavy metal, role-playing games, tattoos, world cuisine, graphic novels, comedy, sci-fi and fantasy fiction, horror films, and Norse mythology
Area of Expertise: Cultural anthropology, humanities and pop culture
Past Research: Co-ops; neopaganism; and Silicon Valley residents

 


BA Anthropology
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken:
English
Interests:
Cultural Anthropology, English Renaissance, gender studies, ceramics, creative writing, traveling, alternative medicine & traditional healing practices, innovative teaching methods, talking to people.
Area of Expertise: American neopaganism, business development and management.
Past Research: Celtic shamanism, play-based learning, worker-owned cooperatives

 


BA Sociology
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken:
English, Spanish, French & Sign Language
Interests:
Traveling around the world, hiking/camping in the wilderness, cooking, playing music, hosting at open mics & learning about different cultures.
Area of Expertise: Sociological projects/experiments, qualitative/quantitative research.
Past Research: Commuting within SJSU students, Elementary Schools and parents’ involvement within children.

 


BA Sociology, Psychology Minor
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English
Interests: Hiking, SJ Sharks Hockey, Physical Anthropology, Sociology, Cultural Anthropology, Documentaries, and Reading
Area of Expertise: Project Administration
Past Research: Content Analysis: Tuned In: Portrayal of Gender {Characteristics and Emotionality in Television Entertainers}, 1954-2004

 

 


BA Anthropology from SJSU
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English
Interests: traveling, being outside and active, photography, cooking, competitive swimming.
Area of Expertise: Archaeology and geology.




BS in Industrial Design from SJSU, 2011
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English and German
Interests: Economic anthropology, international development, talking to strangers, drumming, a good story
Area of Expertise: financial inclusion, humanitarian design(ers)
Past Research: household finances, student debt, financial literacy, and inequality in Silicon Valley (with the FAIR Money research collective)

 

 


BA Anthropology (Evolutionary Emphasis), UC Davis
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken: English
Interests: Archaeology. Hiking, Camping, Gardening, Kayaking, Science, Education, Cooking, Baking, and Netflix.
Area of Expertise: Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology, California Archaeology, Stable Isotope Analysis, and Faunal Analysis.
Past Research: Faunal Analysis and Dietary Reconstruction Using Stable Isotopes.

 


BA Anthropology, University of Washington
MA Applied Anthropology (expected)
Languages Spoken
: English, French, and Arabic (very elementary)
Interests: Cultural Anthropology, primatology, social justice, feminism, gender studies, silent films
Area of Expertise: Executive management and research
Past Research: The American Indian Movement and the Siege of Alcatraz, Wounded Knee. The Archaeology of L’Anse aux Meadows Siamangs; Lesser Apes on the Primate Family Tree. The Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and its influence on the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. The Irish Republican Army, Bobby Sands: His Incarceration and eventual Suicide at Maze Prison. Hunger as a Weapon: The IRA and the Road to Legitimacy. Domestic Violence in America. Blueprint for Patriarchy: A deconstruction of Western fairytales and their effect on feminism in the modern world.