Nolan Kline is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Co-Coordinator of the Global Health Program at Rollins College.
His primary research areas include immigrant policing and health, immigration and health policy, sexual health focusing on human papillomavirus, and LGBTQ+ Latinx activism following the Pulse shooting. Much of his research is informed by theories of biopolitics, critical race theory, and the political economy of health.
Prior to joining the faculty at Rollins, he was as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Consumer Science at Purdue University. He received his PhD and MA in Applied Anthropology, and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida. He is a Rollins College alumnus and earned his undergraduate degree in Anthropology. He also holds a certification in public health from the National Board of Public Health Examiners.
As an applied, medical anthropologist, his work intersects with public health, policy, and activism.