About John P. Ziker

Dr. John Ziker is a Professor with the Department of Anthropology. Since 1992 Dr. Ziker has conducted field research in Siberia, mainly on the topics of indigenous land tenure and economy. Other on-going research initiatives examine food-sharing networks and demographics in that region. In addition to extensive research activities, Dr. Ziker has published in a variety of journals including the Oxford Journal of Archaeology, Anthropology News, and Ecology of Food and Nutrition. Most recently, Dr. Ziker served as the Fulbright Visiting Chair in North American Studies at the University of Calgary.

Positions

Present Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, Boise State University
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Disciplines

None

Research Interests

Environmental Anthropology, Human Behavioral Ecology, Kinship and Social Organization, Medical Anthropology, Circumpolar Peoples, and Russia/Former Soviet Union/Siberia

Honors and Awards

2011 - Boise State University Foundation Scholar Research/Creative Activity Award Finalist, 2006-2009 National Science Foundation, Continuing Grant: Home, Hearth, and Household in the Siberian and Northern Canada, and 2009-2010 Fulbright Visiting Chair in North American Studies at the University of Calgary

Courses

  • Medical Anthropology
  • Sex and Gender: An Ethnological Approach
  • Synchronic Methods in Anthropology


Contact Information

E-mail: jziker@boisestate.edu


Articles (13)

Invited Talks (1)

Conference Presentations (6)

Books (2)

Contributions to Books (12)

News Items and Commentaries (3)

Presentations (2)

Student Mentored Research (3)