Where do tenured and tenure-track faculty in Canadian Ph.D. programs get their degrees?

I wanted to find out where Canadian and non-Canadian Ph.Ds where getting hired, which departments in Canada produce the largest number of graduates who successfully attain tenured or tenure-track jobs at Canadian social-cultural-linguistic anthropology (SCL) programs, and where non-Canadian graduates and current tenure-track SCL faculty tend to get their Ph.Ds. The result is that compared to Groarke and Fenske’s finding that about 70% of tenured and tenure-track philosophy positions in Canada go to graduates of foreign institutions, the figure in social-cultural and linguistic anthropology (SCL) stands at about 52%. I go over the results in more depth below, and end with a brief speculation about why conditions may be different in SCL.

Read the PDF summarizing the results.