Professor of Anthropology and Department Chair
PhD, City University of New York, 1985
Science 1, Room 204
Thomas Wilson's research interests include concentration in national identity and nationalism, international borders and frontiers, ethnicity and ethnic conflict, politics of Europeanization, European integration and supranationalism, and consumer culture. He has conducted extensive field research in Ireland, the United Kingdom and Hungary.
2006 Thomas M. Wilson and Hastings Donnan The Anthropology of Ireland. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
2006 Thomas M. Wilson and Hastings Donnan (eds) Culture and power at the edges of the state: National support and subversion in European border regions. Munich: LIT Verlag.
2005 Thomas M. Wilson (ed) Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
2003 James Anderson, Liam O'Dowd and Thomas M. Wilson (eds) Culture and Cooperation in Europe's Borderlands. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi.
2003 Hastings Donnan and Thomas M. Wilson 'Territoriality, Anthropology, and the Interstitial: Subversion and Support in European Borderlands'. Focaal, European Journal of Anthropology 41: 9-20.
2003 James Anderson, Liam O'Dowd and Thomas M. Wilson (eds) New Borders for a Changing Europe. London: Frank Cass.
2000 Irène Bellier and Thomas M. Wilson (eds) An Anthropology of the European Union: Building, Imagining and Experiencing the New Europe. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
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