Faculty & Staff

Photo of Antonia Foias
Chair and Professor of Anthropology
Hollander Hall , Rm 309
413-597-2264
Photo of David Edwards
James N. Lambert '39 Professor of Anthropology
Hollander Hall , Rm 326
413-597-2194
Photo of Kim Gutschow
Lecturer in Religion and Anthropology/Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 338
413-597-2464
Photo of Peter Just
Professor of Anthropology
Hollander Hall , Rm 325
413-597-2552
Photo of Lisa A. Koryushkina
Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Hollander Hall , Rm 44
413-597-4018
Photo of Joel Lee
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Hollander Hall , Rm 44
413-597-4883
Photo of James Nolan
Washington Gladden 1859 Professor of Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 344
413-597-2460
Photo of Marketa Rulikova
Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 56
413-597-4653
Photo of Olga Shevchenko
Professor of Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 315
413-597-4767
Photo of Grant Shoffstall
Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dodd Annex , Rm 6
413-597-3720
Photo of Christina E. Simko
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 102
413-597-2416
Photo of Ben Snyder
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 144
413-597-4531

Affiliated Faculty

Photo of Zaid Adhami
Assistant Professor of Religion and Faculty Affiliate in Anthropology & Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 208
413-597-6659
Photo of Nicolas C. Howe
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Faculty Affiliate in Anthropology and Sociology, Chair of Campus Environmental Committee
Kellogg House
413-597-4062
Photo of James A. Manigault-Bryant
Associate Professor of Africana Studies
Hollander Hall , Rm 148
413-597-2107
Photo of Gregory C. Mitchell
Associate Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Faculty Affiliate in Anthropology/Sociology
Hollander Hall , Rm 107
413-597-2316

 Administrative Contact

Photo of Margaret Weyers
Departmental Administrative Assistant
Hollander Hall , Rm 127B
413-597-2241

Emeritus Faculty

Michael F. Brown

Michael Brown is currently president of the School for Advanced Research (SAR) in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He served on the Williams College faculty for 34 years, retiring in 2014 as the Lambert Professor of Anthropology & Latin American Studies, Emeritus.  During his time at Williams he chaired the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, served as director of the Oakley Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences, and co-chaired the Stetson-Sawyer Building Committee, which planned the construction of Schapiro and Hollander Halls as well as the new Sawyer Library.  His professional interests include popular and traditional spirituality, ethnomedicine, dilemmas of heritage and heritage protection, and the indigenous peoples of the New World, especially the Amazon.

Photo of Robert Jackall
Willmott Family Third Century Professor Sociology & Public Affairs, Emeritus