Full Time Faculty
(Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Berkeley)
Assistant Professor of Anthropology: 2009-
First year at Colorado College: 2009
Office: Barnes 314
Phone Extension: 6361
Archaeology, Central America.
Hautzinger (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University,
Associate Professor of Anthropology: 2004-
First Year at Colorado College: 1998
Office: Barnes 304
Phone Extension: 6359
Sociocultural anthropology, gender, political economy,
African diaspora; Latin America, Brazil.
(Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2009)
Assistant Professor of Anthropology: 2011-
year at Colorado College: 2011
Office: Barnes 306
Phone Extension: 6131
Linguistic anthropology, indigenous peoples of the Americas,
ideology and discourse, race and ethnicity, identity construction,
grassroots social movement, U.S.-Mexico border; firstname.lastname@example.org
Montaño (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania,
Chair, Associate Professor of Anthropology: 2000-
First year at Colorado College: 1992
Office: Barnes 310
Phone Extension: 6824
Cultural anthropology, foodways, sociolinguistics, ethnographic
methods, folk culture, Mexican Americans; Southwest.
Torres-Rouff (Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara, 2003)
Associate Professor of Anthropology: 2009-
First Year at Colorado College: 2003
Office: Barnes 402
Phone Extension: 6826
Biological anthropology, bioarcheology, paleopathology, cultural
modifications of the body, ethnicity; Andean South America, Mesopotamia.
J. Watkins (Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1980)
Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics:
First year at Colorado College: 1978
Office: Barnes 308
Phone Extension: 6823
Linguistics, American Indian languages, Kiowa-Tanoan, anthropological
linguistics, language and gender, language acquisition, historical
Ann VonFeldt (Visiting Instructor)
Sue Ann Vonfeldt
teaches the American Sign Language adjunct in the Anthropology
Department. She is a qualified as an ASL Interpreter, and
has been teaching at Colorado College since 2003. She spent
many years doing community based interpreting, and has even
been a National Video Interpreter.
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Michael Hoffman (M.D., University of Maryland, 1970;
Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1973)
Professor of Anthropology
Biological anthropology, osteology, paleoanthropology, forensic
anthropology; southwest US.
Kutsche (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1961)
Cultural anthropology, Cherokee, SW Hispanos, Costa Rica.
Nowak (Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1968)
Physical anthropology, human ecology, nutrition, archeology,
primate behavior; the Arctic.
L. Stoller (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1979)
Social anthropology, ethnography, ethnohistory, art and comparative
aesthetics, Southwest Native Americans and Latinos; North
Krista Fish (Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder,
Assistant Professor: 2010-
First year at the college: 2006
Office: Barnes 306
Phone extension: 6131
Biological anthropology, primate ecology and behavior, human
and nonhuman primate community ecology, Latin America, Africa.
Office: Barnes 302
Phone Extension: 6358