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Faculty Fellows

 

David Jaffee, Professor of Sociology

djaffee@unf.edu 

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Research areas include Economic Sociology, Political Economy, Political Sociology, Organization Theory, and Higher Education. Jaffee’s past project in CCI – “The Ports Project” – examined various aspects and implications of a port economy, generally, and the expansion of the Jaxport enterprise, specifically. Currently, Jaffee is heading up The JAX Rental Housing Project. He teaches courses in Introduction to Sociology, Social Change and International Development, Political Sociology, Sociology of Work, and Social Science Data Analysis.

 

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Robert Thunen, Associate Professor of Anthropology

rthunen@unf.edu

Ph.D., Northwestern University

 

Primary research interest are the Prehistory and Early History of Northeast Florida.  Archeological excavations have been conducted at Big Talbot Island, the Timucuan Preserve, Black Hammock Island and the Search for Fort Caroline.  Thunen directs the Archeology Lab at the University of North Florida. 

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Staff

 

Tim Cheney

Phone: (904) 620-4416

tcheney@unf.edu 

University of North Florida

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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Tracy Milligan

Phone: (904) 620-4421

tmilliga@unf.edu 

University of North Florida

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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