Elizabeth A. Davis

Associate Professor of Anthropology


(609) 258-8864


122 Aaron Burr Hall



Elizabeth Davis is Associate Professor of Anthropology. Her research and writing, grounded in the European horizons and the Ottoman history of the Greek-speaking world, focus on the intersections of psyche, body, history, and power. Her particular interest is in how the ties that bind people to communities and states are yielded and inflected by knowledge: that is, how expert and subaltern epistemologies mediate conceptions of self and others.

Read her full biography on the Department of Anthropology website.

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