James L. Peacock


Email:   peacock@unc.edu
Phone:   (919) 966-4106
Office:   Alumni Building 306A
Website:   http://anthropology.unc.edu/people/faculty/jpeacock

Title(s)

Kenan Distinguished Professor of Anthropology

Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature

Degrees

Ph.D., Anthropology, Harvard University

B.A., Psychology, Duke University

Biography

Research & Activities:

Present Research: USA south and Southeast Asia in relation to history, memory and global issues.

Recent Honors: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1995); Order of the Golden Fleece (1995); Thomas Jefferson Award (1995); Boaz award, American Anthropological Association (2002); Citizen of the World (2006); Massey Award for Service (2008); Johnson Award for Excellence in Teaching (2008).

Selected Publications:

2007  Identity Matters, Ethnic and Sectarian Conflict.  Edited by James L. Peacock, Patricia M. Thornton, Patrick B. Inman.  New York, Oxford, Berghahn Books.

2007  Grounded Globalism:  How the US South Embraces the World.  Athens University of Georgia Press.

2001 The Anthropological Lens. Revised Addition 2001. Cambridge University Press.

 

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