We are fortunate at Carolina to have one of the best American Indian and Indigenous (AIIS) studies programs offered in the country. Our faculty are multidisciplinary and therefore diverse in expertise. They hold appointments in Anthropology, History, Linguistics and Romance Languages among others and offer a wide variety of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Learn more about AIIS at Carolina here.
American Indian and Indigenous Studies Faculty
Daniel M. Cobb, Associate Professor of American Studies
Emilio del Valle Escalante, Associate Professor of Spanish
Jean Dennison, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Kathleen DuVal, Associate Professor of History
David Mora-Marin, Associate Professor of Linguistics
Valerie Lambert, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Patricia A. McAnany, Kenan Eminent Professor of Anthropology
C. Margaret Scarry, Professor of Anthropology
Vin Steponaitis, Professor of Anthropology; Director of Research Labs of Archaeology
Christopher B. Teuton, Associate Professor of American Studies; Coordinator of American Indian Studies Concentration
Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote, Assistant Professor of American Studies
Post-Doctoral Research Associates
Benjamin E. Frey, Carolina Post-Doctoral Fellow for Faculty Diversity
Theda Perdue, History and American Studies
Staff And Affiliations
Danny Bell, American Studies Research Assistant
R.P. Stephen Davis, Research Archaeologist and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology
Brett Riggs, Research Archaeologist and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Amy Locklear Hertel, Director, American Indian Center
2014 Spring Course Listings
To view their 2014 Spring course listings visit 2014-Spring-AIIS-courses.
For more information about AIIS at Carolina, contact Danny Bell at email@example.com.