Part-Time Faculty

Carey Garland, PhD Vivian Gornik, PhD David Hoefer, MA Emily Noonan, PhD Frances Purifoy, PhD Alecia Schrenk, PhD Sneha Thapa, PhD Jeneen Wiche, MA

Carey Garland, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of Georgia
Research interests:
 biocultural dynamics, childhood health, developmental plasticity, individual life histories, dental anthropology, bioarchaeology, biochemistry, paleobiology 
Contact information:

Site:  Carey Garland
Office: 
Phone: (502) 852-6864
Email: 


Vivian Gornik, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of Florida
Research interests:
tourism, heritage, museum anthropology, applied anthropology, national identity, ethnography, visual anthropology, Brexit, the United Kingdom, public archaeology
Contact information:

Site: Vivian Gornik
Office:
Phone: (502) 852-6864
Email:


David Hoefer, MA

Lecturer

Education: University of Louisville
Research interests:
 Zooarchaeology; taphonomy; prehistoric hunting and fishing; rise of social and political complexity; origins of the state
Contact information:

Site: David Hoefer
Office: Room 245 Lutz Hall, Department of Anthropology
Phone: (502) 767-3931
Email: d0hoef01@louisville.edu


Emily Noonan, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Research interests:
 medical anthropology, medical education, LGBTQ health, disability, transnational adoption
Contact information:

Site: 
Office: Office of Medical Education
Phone: (502) 852-6424
Email: 


Frances Purifoy, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of New Mexico
Research Interests: 
Education and culture, gender, biological anthropology
Contact Information:

Office: Room 245 Lutz Hall, Department of Anthropology

Phone: (502) 852-6864

Email: Dr. Purifoy


Alecia Schrenk, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Research interests:
 bioarchaeology of care, human osteology, paleopathology, healthcare, disability, Middle Archaic Midwest, Middle East, SE Asia  
Contact information:

Site:  
Office: 
Phone: (502) 852-6864
Email: 


Sneha Thapa, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Education: University of Kentucky
Research Interests:
diaspora, transnationalism, flexible liminality, refugees, displacement, India, Tibet
Contact Information:
Site:
Sneha Thapa
Office: Room 245 Lutz Hall, Department of Anthropology 
Phone: (502) 852-6864 
Email:


Jeneen Wiche, MA

Lecturer

Education: University of Arizona
Research Interests: 
Federal Indian policy, American Indian women, Food and body politic
Contact Information:

Office: Room 245 Lutz Hall, Department of Anthropology 
Phone: (502) 852-6864 
Email: Jeneen Wiche