Leadership

The Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA) is a group of anthropologists, economists and other scholars who are interested in the connections between economics and social life.

 


President (2017-2019)

Bram Tucker
University of Georgia


President-Elect (2017-2019; President 2019-2021)
Cindy Isenhour
University of Maine


Past President (2015-2017)
Dolores Koenig
American University

Other past presidents

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Treasurer (2013-2019)

Richard Wallace
California State University, Stanislaus

Secretary (2017-2019)
John Millhauser
North Carolina State University

 

Board Members until 2019


Daniel Murphy
University of Cincinnati

Leila Rodriguez
University of Cincinnati

Nora Haenn
North Carolina State University

Board Members until 2020


Maia Greene
University of Manchester, UK

Raja Swamy
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Laura Tilghman
Plymouth State University

Board Members until 2021


Emma McDonell, student member
Indiana University

Other positions


Listserv Manger (2010-)

Brandon D. Lundy
Kennesaw State University

Smith Award Chair:
Daniel Murphy
University of Cincinnati

Halperin Award Chair:
Laura Tilghman
Plymouth State University

Schneider Prize Chair (2017-):
Leila Rodriguez
University of Cincinnati

SEA Website Manager:
Dawn Rivers
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Economic Anthropology Editorial Board


Brandon D. Lundy
Kennesaw State University, General Editor

Katherine E. Browne
Colorado State University

Mike Chibnik
University of Iowa

Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill

Dolores Koenig
American University

Carolyn Lesorogol
Washington University, St. Louis

John Millhauser
North Carolina State University

Arthur Murphy
University of North Carolina, Greensboro

K. Anne Pyburn
Indiana University

Daniel Souleles
Copenhagen Business School

Rich Warms
Texas State University

Rich Wilk
Indiana University

deborahDeborah Winslow
National Science Foundation
 
If you are interested in serving on the board, please send an email to the president, Bram Tucker (president@econanthro.org)