- Professor, Department of Anthropology
- Faculty Research Associate, Institute of Behavioral Science
Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton
Research interests: Ecological Anthropology, Pastoral Nomadism, Demography and Land Use Change Economic Development, Arid Lands, Conservation, Sub-Saharan Africa, East Africa
- 2004. Cattle Bring Us to Our Enemies: Turkana Ecology, History, and Raiding in a Disequilibrium System. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
- 2004. May, Ann, and J. Terrence McCabe. " City Work in a Time of Aids: Maasai Labor Migration in Tanzania ." Africa Today 51, no. 2.
- 2003. Towards an Anthropological Understanding of Sustainability: A Preface. Human Organization. Vol. 62, no. 3: 91-92
- 2003. Sustainability and Livelihood Diversification among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania. Human Organization. Vol. 62, no 3: 100-111
- 2003. Disequilibrial Ecosystems and Livelihood Diversification among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania: Implications for Conservation Policy in Eastern Africa. Nomadic Peoples. Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.74-91
- 2002. Conservation with a Human Face? Lessons from 40 years of Combining Conservation and Development in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania. In: Displacement, Forced Settlement and Conservation. Dawn Chatty ed. Oxford: Berghahn Books pp. 61-76
- 2002. The Role of Drought among the Turkana of Kenya. In: Culture and Catastrophe. Oliver-Smith, Anthony and Hoffman, Susanna, eds. School of American Research Press. pp. 213-236