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Dr. Allan Meyers
Professor of Anthropology
Discipline Coordinator of Anthropology

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

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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

Allan MeyersAllan Meyers
Professor of Anthropology
Discipline Coordinator of Anthropology
Chair of Comparative Cultures Collegium

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

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

Lorena MihokLorena Mihok

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

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

Adjunct Faculty

Aimee EdenAimee Eden

Ph.D. candidate in Applied Anthropology, University of South Florida
M.A. in International Affairs (Development Studies), Ohio University
B.A. in Anthropology and English, Ohio University

Interests: medical anthropology, public health, gender and identity, international development, applied anthropology
Geographic Areas: North America, Central Asia, Southeast Asia

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