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Department of Social Anthropology

 

Name Office phone Email address Job titles
Elizabeth Ann Walsh (2016) eaw67@cam.ac.uk Research Title: 'Like Ice Floes': Iñupiaq Sovereignty and Settler Migration on Alaska's North Slope, Supervisor: Dr Anita Herle
Carolyn Wason cw683@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Conversion to Mormonism in Urban Mongolia, Supervisor: Professor Joel Robbins
Carolyn Wason (2018) cw683@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Christian clerical formation as negation of the British secular  , Supervisor: Professor Joel Robbins
Dr Helen Watson h.e.watson@joh.cam.ac.uk Fellow and Director of Studies, St John's College
Max Watson (2011) moaw2@cam.ac.uk 
Research Title: Economies of Play: Work, Leisure and Digital Games in Canada, Supervisor: Dr Sian Lazar
Madeline Watt 01223 3 35435 mmw23@cam.ac.uk Research Grants Administrator
Natasha Wessel-Bjerregaard (2019) nw399@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Equality as sameness: Figurations of the future in Swedish exceptionalism., Supervisor: Professor Joel Robbins
Dr Daniel White dw578@cam.ac.uk Academic Visitor, Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Department of History and Cultural Studies, Free University of Berlin
Dr Thomas White trew2@cam.ac.uk Lecturer, Office hours: Friday 10-11am
Dr Sam Williams samjosephwilliams@gmail.com Research Associate, Max Planck - Cambridge Centre for Ethics, Economy and Social Change
Hugh Williamson (2013) hfw33@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Between Nature and Politics: Agriculture & Sociality in the Saxon Villages of Transylvania, Romania, Supervisor: Dr Matei Candea

Erin Williamson (2018) ew486@cam.ac.uk Research Title:  Hope, values and temporality among migrants in Samos, Greece, Supervisor: Professor Joel Robbins
Hugh Williamson (2019) hkw43@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Entrepreneurship in Haifa: The Perpetual Quest for Innovation and the Israeli National Imaginary, Supervisor: Professor James Laidaw
Frederick Wojnarowski (2016) fsjw2@cam.ac.uk Research Title - Unsettling Times: land, political economy and protest in the Bedouin villages of Central Jordan, Supervisor - Professor David Sneath
Anna Wood (2015) arw83@cam.ac.uk Research Title: Am nit, am xalis (having people, having money): an ethnography of distribution in Dakar, Senegal, Supervisor: Prof Harri Englund
Dr Christina Woolner cjw204@cam.ac.uk Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow
Dr Fiona Wright fcw28@cam.ac.uk Research Associate on Situating Free Speech