Quick Contact

Dr. Allan Meyers
Professor of Anthropology
Discipline Coordinator of Anthropology

Eckerd College
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

Send a message

Local: 727-864-8230
Toll-free: 800-456-9009




Scott BurnettScott Burnett
Associate Professor of Anthropology

Ph.D. in Anthropology; Arizona State University, Tempe.
M.A. in Bioarchaeology; Arizona State University, Tempe.
B.A. in Anthropology; Texas A&M University, College Station.

Interests: bioarchaeology, dental anthropology, paleopathology, skeletal variation
Geographic areas: Africa, Caribbean, Southwest U.S.

Jessie FlyJessie K. Fly
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Ph.D. in Anthropology; University of Georgia
B.A. in Biology; Hendrix College

Interests: environmental anthropology, food security, medical anthropology, ethnobotany
Geographic areas: Southeast Asia, Southeast U.S.

Allan MeyersAllan Meyers
Professor of Anthropology
Chapin Faculty Fellow, 2014-2015

Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Anthropology
M.A., University of Alabama, Anthropology
B.A., Centre College, Anthropology/Sociology & Spanish

Interests: historical archaeology, cultural landscapes, ethnohistory, human ecology
Geographic areas: Yucatan, Caribbean, Southeast U.S.

Lorena MihokLorena Mihok
CPT Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Ph.D., University of South Florida, Anthropology
M.A., University of South Florida, Latin American/Caribbean Studies
B.A., Columbia University, Art History

Interests: historical archaeology, ethnohistory, codices, contact period
Geographic areas: Caribbean, Mesoamerica

Ashley HumphriesAshley Humphries
CPT Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Ph.D. Candidate, University of South Florida, Anthropology
M.A., North Carolina State University, Anthropology
B.A., University of South Florida, Anthropology

Interests: forensic anthropology, mortuary traditions
Geographic areas: Southeast U.S., Caribbean

The Eckerd Experience

Ellie Finkenaur '15, Anthropology and Spanish double major with a minor in Latin American Studies, was the 2015 recipient of the Ken Keeton Award for Cross-Cultural Engagement, the highest honor of the Comparative Cultures Collegium. Her senior thesis explores life history narratives of Maya-speaking women in Yucatan, Mexico. A member of Lambda Alpha and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies, Ellie is currently working for the Ministry of Education in Spain as a Language and Culture Assistant in the province of Galicia.

Life After Eckerd

Eckerd anthropology graduates have an outstanding record of achievement in graduate school, civil service, and multiple career fields. In the last decade, our alumni have entered graduate and professional programs across the country in a variety of disciplines. Learn more.