Contact & Location

Anthropology Lab

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho
Alfred W. Bowers Laboratory of Anthropology
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4023
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4023

Physical Address:
Education/Laboratory of Anthropology
404 Sweet Avenue
Moscow, Idaho 83844

Leah K. Evans-Janke,
Collections Manager
(208) 885-1771 (t)
(208) 885-8021 (f) 
leahe@uidaho.edu

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John Mehelich
John Mihelich, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Dean of the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
John Mihelich is an associate professor and Dean of the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences. His areas of interest are social class, religion, diversity & equity, gender, culture and community.
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Dr. Leah Evans-Janke
Leah K. Evans-Janke
Collections Manager
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Stacey Camp
Stacey Lynn Camp
Assistant Professor
Stacey Camp specializes in historical archaeology, tourism, critical race theory, and the 19th and early 20th century Western United States.
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Laura Putsche
Assistant Professor
Laura Putsche is an assistant professor of anthropology. Her areas of interest are indigenous peoples of South America (particularly of the Amazon region), indigenous peoples and the state, cultural ecology, and indigenous peoples and international development.
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Lee Sappington
Lee Sappington
Associate Professor
Lee Sappington is an associate professor of Anthropology. His main area of interest is the Prehistory of the Columbia Plateau.
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Donald Tyler
Donald Tyler
Professor
Donald Tyler is a professor of anthropology with research interests in the evolution of hominoids in South China, Southeast Asia(especially Java), and Australia.
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Mark Warner
Mark Warner
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Mark Warner is an historical archaeologist who has worked in many parts of the U.S. His principal interests lie in zooarchaeolgy/foodways and the archaeology of the disenfranchised.
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Priscilla Wegars
Affiliate Assistant Professor and Volunteer Curator
Areas of interest: Historical Archaeology of Asian Americans in the West, Specifically Chinese American and Japanese American Sites, Artifacts, and History; Chinese Women, Specifically Polly Bemis; 19th and 20th Century American Material Culture
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