Faculty and Staff

Department of Anthropology

All faculty and staff in the Division of Anthropology and Archaeology work with undergraduate and graduate students as instructors, advisors, and mentors. Some are integral to one or more units within the Division; here they are listed under their primary affiliation.

The Department faculty and staff are found on the first floor of Building 13. Unless otherwise noted, Archaeology Institute personnel have offices in Building 89. FPAN staff are based off-site, in downtown Pensacola. Marine Services are also off-site at the Ellyson Industrial Park. 


John R Bratten

Chair and Associate Professor

Ph.D. Texas A&M University; M.S. and B.S. Northwest Missouri State University
Area: Maritime Archaeology
Professional Interests: Artifact conservation and preservation, maritime archaeology
Teaches: Artifact Conservation in Archaeology, Nautical Archaeology, Shipwreck Archaeology, Maritime Archaeological Field Methods, Introduction to Maritime Studies, Exploring World Archaeology

Phone: (850) 474-2706
Email: jbratten@uwf.edu



Gregory D Cook

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Education: M.A., Texas A&M University, PhD Syracuse University
Area: Nautical Archaeology, Historical Archaeology
Professional Interests: Shipwreck Archaeology, Atlantic Trade, Culture Contact
Teaches: Shipwreck Archaeology, Ship Construction, Intro to Anthropology, Intro to Archaeology, Nautical Archaeology

Phone: (850) 474-2186
Email: gcook1@uwf.edu



A. Joanne Curtin

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Education: M. A. Simon Fraser University, Ph.D. Ohio State University
Area: Biological Anthropology
Professional Interests: Bioarchaeology, forensics, and human osteology
Teaches: Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Human Osteology, Primatology, Modern Human Variation, Human Origins, Evolutionary Theory in Biological Anthropology, Anthropology of Death
Phone: (850) 474-2795
Email: jcurtin@uwf.edu


Roz Fisher

Education: B.S. Psychology, Central Missouri State University; M.S. Community Development, Southern Illinois University; M.A. Sociology, University of Kansas; University of Kansas (PhD in Sociology In Progress)
Area: Sociology
Professional Interests: Gender studies, inequality, race and ethnicity, gender, social policy
Teaches: Intro to Sociology, Inequality in America, The Family, Intro to Women's Studies, Social Problems

Phone: (850) 473-7064
Email: rfisher@uwf.edu / Pinterest: WordsFly2



Ramie Gougeon

Assistant Professor

Education: Ph.D., University of Georgia; BA, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Area: Terrestrial Archaeology
Professional Interests: Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology of Greater Southeast North America, Household Archaeology, Architecture without Architects, Middle-Range Society Political Development, The Individual in Prehistory, Cultural Resource Management (CRM), Public Archaeology
Teaches: Principles of Archaeology, North American Archaeology, Introduction to Anthropology, Archaeological Method and Theory
Phone: (850) 474-2831
Email: rgougeon@uwf.edu
Website: http://www.uwf.edu/rgougeon


Kristina Killgrove

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Education: Ph.D. Anthropology, UNC Chapel Hill; M.A. Classical Archaeology, UNC Chapel Hill; M.A. Anthropology, East Carolina University; B.A. Latin and Classical Archaeology, University of Virginia
Area: Biological anthropology
Professional Interests: Bioarchaeology, classical archaeology, stable isotope analysis, migration and urbanism in antiquity, 3D printing, digital humanities

Phone(850) 474-3287
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Juliette Moore

Office Specialist, Department of Anthropology

Education: M.S., Leisure Studies, University of West Florida 
Previous Position: Retired Director of Campus Recreation, University of Arizona 
Area: Assists in managing the Department of Anthropology annual budgets; handles all customer service inquiries for the department; oversees and assists in the SAI evaluation process for faculty; assists in managing and updating course offerings and schedules; assists with general office management.
Phone: (850) 857-6277, Fax: (850) 857-6278
Email: jmoore4@uwf.edu


Robert Philen

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Education: Ph.D. Anthropology, Cornell University; M.A. Anthropology, University of Georgia; B.A. Anthropology, University of West Florida
Area: Cultural Anthropology
Professional Interests: Discourse and Practice; Medical Anthropology / Health and Culture; Anthropology and Art/Literature; Gender and Sexuality; Latin American and Border Studies
Teaches: A wide variety of cultural anthropology courses, including Contemporary Cultural Anthropology Theory, Research Design in Anthropology, Disease and Culture, Cultures of Mexico, Cultures of Latin America, Aesthetics and Critical Theory, History of Anthropology, Applied Anthropology, Language and Culture, Sex Roles in Anthropological Perspective

Phone: (850) 474-2975
Email: rphilen@uwf.edu



Cindi Rogers

Office Coordinator, Department of Anthropology

Area: Assists teaching faculty and students in the Department of Anthropology; advises students in their academic programs; public information about course offerings, schedules, and academic programs; general office management
Phone: (850) 474-2797, Fax: (850) 857-6278
Email: crogers@uwf.edu


John Worth

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Education: M.A. University of Georgia, Ph.D. University of Florida
Area: Terrestrial Archaeology
Professional Interests: Ethnohistory, prehistoric/historic archaeology, chiefdoms, ceramics and ethnicity, European colonization and indigenous culture change, Spanish Florida, Southeastern U.S., Cuba
Teaches: Introduction to Anthropology, Principles of Archaeology, North American Archaeology, Southeastern Indians, Method and Theory, Historical Archaeology, Historical Archaeology Seminar, Historical Research Methods, Spanish Florida, Anthropology Proseminar

Phone: (850) 857-6204
Email: jworth@uwf.edu
Website: http://www.uwf.edu/jworth 
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