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Jeremy James Beach


Phone: 317-274-8207
Email: jerbeach@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA410


Jeremy Beach Anthropology 317-274-8207 jerbeach@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Holly Cusack-McVeigh
Assistant Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies. Public Scholar of Collections and Community Curation.

Phone: 317-274-1400
Email: hmcusack@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA407


Holly Cusack-McVeigh Museum Studies, Anthropology 317-274-1400 hmcusack@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies. Public Scholar of Collections and Community Curation. Ph.D Cultural Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks 2004 M.A. Cultural and Medical Anthropology, Michigan State University 1993 Native American Studies, Central Michigan University 1993 Secondary Education Teaching Degree with Bilingual & Bicultural Endorsements in Spanish and Ojibway Culture and Language 1989 B.A. Cultural Anthropology & SPanish Majors, Central Michigan University 1987 Social, Medical and Cultural Anthropology Folklore Studies and Oral History Museum Studies and Material Culture Native American Studies, Arctic Studies 0 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Jeanette Dickerson-Putman
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies

Phone: 317-274-2995
Email: jdickere@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 433


Jeanette Dickerson-Putman Anthropology, Women's Studies 317-274-2995 jdickere@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Anthropology
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
B.A. Eisenhower College 1974
M.A. Arizona State University 1981
Ph.D. Bryn Mawr College 1986
Economic development, economic anthropology, gender, gender and development, aging, life course transitions, genderand aging, applied anthropology, religious economy, field methodology, Oceania, and Western Europe Include Richard Kalish Innovative Publication Award from Gerontological Society of America 1995 Member, Indianapolis Retirement Home Board of Directors;
Co-Organizer, Indianapolis Anthropological Network;
member, Society for Applied Anthropology Executive Committee;
and member, School of Liberal Arts Academic Affairs Committee
Co-author, The Aging Experience: Diversity and Commonality Across Cultures(Thousand Oaks 1994)
Co-editor/editor, special issues of Urban Anthropology, and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economy, Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, and Pacific Studies
Co-editor, Women Among Women: Anthropological Perspectives on Female Age Hierarchies(University of Illinois Press,1998)
Author of numerous articles
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Sarah Ahmed El-Hattab


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: selhatta@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Sarah El-Hattab Anthropology 317-274-1103 selhatta@indiana.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Todd Leon Foster


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: tlfoster@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


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Gina Sánchez Gibau
Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Faculty of University College
Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies

Phone: 317-274-4926
Email: gsanchez@iupui.edu
Campus Address: AD 5002K


Gina Gibau Africana Studies, Anthropology, Women's Studies 317-274-4926 gsanchez@iupui.edu Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Faculty of University College
Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies
A.B. Rollins College 1991
M.A. University of California, Los Angeles 1993
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin 1999
Cultural anthropology, Cape Verde, diasporas, race and ethnicity, migration, multicultural education ANTH A104 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH E403 Women of Color in the US
ANTH E384 The African Diaspora
ANTH E457 Ethnic Identity
Outstanding IUPUI Women Leader Award, veteran faculty category, 2016
Joseph T. Taylor Award for Excellence in Diversity, group award, 2010
Trustee's Teaching Award 2005
FACET 2005
Joseph T. Taylor Award for Excellence in Diversity, individual award, 2003
Served as reviewer for the following journals: Identities; Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development; American Anthropologist; Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute; City and Society; Canadian Journal of African Studies; CBE Life Sciences Education Publications can be found in the user profile at Google Scholar 1 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Kathryn Christine Glidden
Senior Lecturer in Anthropology

Phone: 317-274-3491
Email: kcglidde@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504F


Kathryn Glidden Anthropology 317-274-3491 kcglidde@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in Anthropology BA, Anthropology, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, 2000
MA, Anthropology, Ball State University, 2002.
Historical Archaeology, Bioarchaeology, Osteology, Archaeological and Physical Anthropology Laboratory Methods. A103 Human Origins and Prehistory (online and on campus) 2006 Langsam Oswald Fellowship Grant - Faunal Analysis, Ransom Place. 2009 Liberal Arts Trustees Teaching Award 2011 Langsam Oswald Fellowship Grant - Boxley Cabin Archaeology Explorers, Post Advisor, 2003-2007, 2010 - 2014 Anthropology Club, Co-Advisor, 2004-2007. Anthropology Club, Advisor 2007 - 2009 Anthropology Club, Advisor 2011 - 2013 1 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Susan Brin Hyatt
Professor of Anthropology; Department Chair, 2015-2018; Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology (Bloomington); Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Philanthropy; Visiting Research Fellow, Durham University (UK), School of Applied Social Sciences, 2013-2017.

Phone: 317-278-4548
Email: suhyatt@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 413B


Susan Hyatt Anthropology, Women's Studies 317-278-4548 suhyatt@iupui.edu Professor of Anthropology; Department Chair, 2015-2018; Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology (Bloomington); Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Philanthropy; Visiting Research Fellow, Durham University (UK), School of Applied Social Sciences, 2013-2017. B.A with Honors in Anthropology, Grinnell College (Iowa), 1976 M.A. in Anthropology, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1980 PhD in Anthropology, University of Massachusetts (Amherst), 1996 Urban anthropology, service learning and ethnographic methods, social movements, anthropology of policy, anthropology of contemporary Europe and North America; the impact of incaceration and re-entry. Senior Capstone; Urban Anthropology; Ethnographic Methods; History of Anthroopological Thought. Boyer Scholar, Center for Service and Learning, 2006-07 Trustees Teaching Award, 2008, 2012, IU School of Liberal Arts Indianapolis Indiana Campus Compact Brian Douglas Hiltunen Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Scholarship of Engagement, 2010 Chancellor's Faculty Award for Civic Engagement, 2012 Robert C. Harman Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Applied Anthropology, California State University, Long Beach, Fall 2012. Trevelyan College Scholar-in-Residence, Spring 2013, Trevelyan College, Durham University, United Kingdom. Lilly Endowment Research Grant, administered by RecycleForce, Inc. Funding to support an evaluation of “Work Court,” a diversion program for offenders convicted of technical rule violations in the terms of their parole or probation, Spring 2014, $5,000. IUPUI Solution Center Venture Grant in aid of the RecycleForce Study: Spring 2014, $960 (to support a graduate research assistant). Indiana University New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Grant, “Between the National and the Local: The British Community Development Projects and the Creation of New Knowledge,” Summer 2014, $17,000. Indianapolis Arts and Humanities Summer Grant, “From Public to Private Housing: The Transformation of the Welfare State in Post-Thatcher England,” May 2015, $4,308. “Mid-North Health Matters: Reducing Obesity in Mapleton-Fall Creek,” Community Health Engagement Program (CHEP) Pilot Program, collaborative grant with the Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation, CTSI (Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute), November 1, 2015-October 31, 2016, $24,880 “Invisible Indianapolis: Race, Heritage and Community Memory in the Circle City,” co-PI with Paul Mullins, Bantz Community Fellowship, June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017. $60,000 Community Organizing. Society for the Anthropology of North America, elected Board member, 2016-2019. Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, National Executive Committee Member Charlotte Newcombe Fellowship Program, Grant Reviewer, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 2014-2017. “Imagine: Connecting Communities Through Research,” Economic and Social Research Council UK, Connected Communities Initiative, International Advisor, 2013-2017. Coleman, Simon, Susan B. Hyatt, Ann Kingsolver, eds., The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Anthropology, Routledge Press, January 2017 Hyatt, Susan, Boone Shear and Susan Wright, eds. Learning Under Neoliberalism: Ethnographies of Governance in Higher Education, Berghahn Press February 2015. “Higher Education, Engaged Anthropology and Hegemonic Struggle,” Co-Authored with Boone W. Shear. Introduction to the edited collection, Learning Under Neoliberalism, Berghahn Press, February 2015, pp. 1-29. “Using ethnographic methods to understand universities and neoliberal development in North Central Philadelphia,” Learning Under Neoliberalism: Ethnographies of Governance in Higher Education, Berghahn Press, February 2015, pp. 56-78. "Closing Recidivism's Revolving Door: Year One of Work Court at RecycleForce," report, May 2015. 1 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Elizabeth Kryder-Reid
Professor of Anthropology and Museum Studies; Director, Cultural Heritage Research Center

Phone: 317-274-1406
Email: ekryderr@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 433


Elizabeth Kryder-Reid Museum Studies, Anthropology, Affiliated Faculty 317-274-1406 ekryderr@iupui.edu Professor of Anthropology and Museum Studies; Director, Cultural Heritage Research Center A.B. Harvard University 1984
M.A. Brown University 1987
Ph.D. Brown University 1991
Cultural heritage, museum studies, landscape archaeology and history, cultural memory, material culture studies, archaeological public programs, North American archaeology, historic archaeology, California missions Cultural heritage, museum theory and history, museum administration, historical archaeology, landscape archaeology, IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award, 2003, 2013; AAUP Publication Grant, 2008; Association of Midwest Museums Distinguished Service Award (2012); Society of Architectural Historian Landscape History Essay Prize (2012) Society of Architectural Historians Landscape Chapter Board member; Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, California Mission Landscapes: Race: Memory, and the Politics of Heritage (U. Minn. Press, 2016); "Crafting the Past: Mission Models and the Curation of California Heritage" Heritage & Society (2015); "Greenwashed: Identity and Landscape at the California Missions." In British Archaeological Reports (2015); “Marking Time in San Gabriel Mission Garden” Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes (2014); “Perennially New: Santa Barbara and the Origins of the California Mission Garden.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians . “Writing the Landscape: Text as Representations of and Sources for American Landscape Design History,” In Keywords in American Landscape Design. Therese O’Malley with contributions by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Anne Helmreich.pp.25-47 (New Haven: Yale University Press,2010).(co-editor) "Site and Sight in the Garden," a special issue of Journal of Garden History;
and chapters in 'Those of Little Note':Gender, Race and Class in Historical Archaeology Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake and Sites Unseen: Landscape and Vision; Principal Investigator of Shaping Outcomes www.shapingoutcomes.org
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Nancy Parrish Michael
Adjunct Professor of Anthropology (Folklore)

Phone: 317-274-8207
Email: npmichae@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 441


Nancy Michael Folklore 317-274-8207 npmichae@iupui.edu Adjunct Professor of Anthropology (Folklore) A.B.D, Folklore, Indiana University M.S., Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University M.A., Folklore, Indiana University Occupational and organizational folklore, uses of humor, narratives as self presentation, Seminole history and culture Introduction to Folklore (F101) Indiana Folklore (F131) Guest Curator, Brush Gallery of Art, Pink, White, and Blue: American Labor Laughs Guest Curator, Florida State Museum, Being Seminole: Three Generations of Seminole Women Writer, PBS program, Every Island Has Its Own Songs (WEDU Tampa) Articles: Entry "Xeroxlore" in Garland Encyclopedia of Humor Censure of a Photocopylore Display (Journal of Folklore Research) All I Had to Make Money With Was My Hands (Mid-America Folklore) Epiphany Celebrations in Tarpon Springs (Florida Festival program) 0 0 0 0 0 ANTH-FOLK
Paul R. Mullins
Professor of Anthropology Docent in American Historical Archaeology, University of Oulu (Finland)

Phone: 317-274-9847
Email: paulmull@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 413E


Paul Mullins Anthropology 317-274-9847 paulmull@iupui.edu Professor of Anthropology Docent in American Historical Archaeology, University of Oulu (Finland) B.S. James Madison University 1984
M.A.A. University of Maryland, College Park 1990
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst 1996
historical archaeology, popular culture, race and racism, and modern material culture; urban Midwest, Finland Society for Historical Archaeology John L. Cotter Award 2000; IUPUI Chancellor's Faculty Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement 2006; President, Society for Historical Archaeology 2012-2013; Fulbright Scholar University of Oulu (Finland) 2012 Past-President, Society for Historical Archaeology (2012-2013) Include: author, Race and Affluence: An Archaeology of African America and Consumer Culture (1999); Glazed America: A History of the Doughnut (2008) ;
The Archaeology of Consumer Culture (2011);
and numerous journal articles and book chapters
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Bridget R Nash-Chrabascz
Adjunct Professor of Anthropology

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: bridnash@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Bridget Nash-Chrabascz Anthropology 317-274-1103 bridnash@iupui.edu Adjunct Professor of Anthropology BA Anthropology, University of Arizona MA Anthropology, Ball State University 2011 Nash-Chrabascz, Bridget R. Cultural Resources: Going, Going, Gone. Industrial Solar Projects Threaten Tribe's Spiritual Landscape. Desert Report, June 2011, pgs 11-12. 2010 Nash-Chrabascz, Bridget R. Beyond Politics and Compromise: Quechan Native Lands Need Protection Also. Desert Report, March 2010, pgs 10-11. 2009 Nash-Chrabascz, Bridget R. Kw’ts’an Traditional Lands Under Attack. Quechan News, Vol. 103, Issue 16, pg. 2. 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Mary Price


Phone: 317-278-2539
Email: price6@iupui.edu
Campus Address: BS2010


Mary Price Anthropology 317-278-2539 price6@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Nick A Rattray
Investigator/Research Scientist, Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology (IUPUI)
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University-Bloomington

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: nrattray@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Nick Rattray Anthropology 317-274-1103 nrattray@iupui.edu Investigator/Research Scientist, Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology (IUPUI)
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University-Bloomington
Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Arizona, 2012
M.C.R.P. City and Regional Planning, Rutgers University, 2000
A.B. Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1998
cultural anthropology, Geographic Information Systems, medical anthropology, Andes, Ecuador, disability, health disparities, participatory research, urban anthropology A104: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
A460/560: Anthropology of the Body, Health, and Illness
Fulbright Student Fellowship (2007-08)
NASA Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (2006-08)
Veterans Affairs Associated Health Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014-16)
Veterans Affairs Young Investigator Award (2015)
Contributing Editor, Handbook of Latin American Studies (Ecuador, Sociology)
Counselor, Ecuadorian Section, Latin American Studies Association
City and Society, Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, Journal of American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Supportive Care in Cancer, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, Practicing Anthropology, Disability Studies Quarterly, URISA, Global Environmental Change, Community Technology Review. 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Audrey Ricke
Lecturer, Department of Anthropology


Phone: 317-274-2035
Email: acricke@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA410


Audrey Ricke Anthropology, Max Kade German-American Center 317-274-2035 acricke@iupui.edu Lecturer, Department of Anthropology
Ph.D. Indiana University Bloomington
M.A. Wichita State University
B.A. Wichita State University
ethnicity, race, class, nationalism, transnationalism, Brazil, German diaspora, tourism, festivals, dance, performance, gardens, water management ANTH A-104 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH E-457/A560 Ethnic Identity
INTL-I100 Introduction to International Studies
Making “Sense” of Identity: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Sensory Experience of German Traditions in Brazil. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
Producing the Middle Class: Domestic Tourism, Ethnic Roots, and Class Routes in Brazil. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
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Pauline Spiegel


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: pspiegel@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


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Susan Buck Sutton
Associate Dean for International Affairs (IUPUI)
Chancellor's Professor of Anthropology; Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies (IUPUI) and Anthropology (Bloomington)

Phone: 317-278-1265
Email: ssutton@iupui.edu
Campus Address: ES 2129


Susan Sutton Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired 317-278-1265 ssutton@iupui.edu Associate Dean for International Affairs (IUPUI)
Chancellor's Professor of Anthropology; Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies (IUPUI) and Anthropology (Bloomington)
B.A. Byrn Mawr College 1969
M.A. University of North Carolina 1973
Ph.D. University of North Carolina 1978
International learning and partnerships; modern Greece; migration, settlement, and the construction of community in contemporary life; tourism, travel narratives, and archaeological sites. IU Amoco Foundation Award 1985,
IUPUI Student Council Outstanding Educator Award 1985,
IUPUI Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Teaching 1990,
Honorable Mention from the National Association of Student Anthropologists 1994,
FACET Award 1996,
Lola Lohse Award Mentoring Award 1998,
School of Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award 2002,
SLA Student Council Outstanding Student Advisor Award 2002,
Trustees Teaching Award 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002.
Editor, Journal of Modern Greek Studies 1999-2002;
President, School of Liberal Arts Faculty Assembly 1998-2000;
Chair Committee on Teaching, American Anthropological Association 2001-03;
President-Elect, General Anthropology Division, American Anthropological Association, 2004-7;
plus membership on numerous university and professional committees.
The Landscape and People of the Franchthi Region (Indiana University Press 1987);
Constructed Meanings: Form and Process in Greek Architecture (University of Minnesota 1995);
A Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid Since 1700 (Stanford University Press in press);
thirty articles and twelve book reviews.
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Aubrey Marie Thamann
Adjunct Faculty in Anthropology and American Studies

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: athamann@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Aubrey Thamann Anthropology 317-274-1103 athamann@iupui.edu Adjunct Faculty in Anthropology and American Studies BA, English, Miami University, 1999; MA, Linguistics, Purdue University, 2002; ABD, American Studies, Purdue University, 2015 Cultural Anthropology; Cultural Studies; Visual Anthropology; liminality and border dwelling/crossing; the intersection of media, popular culture, and culture change in modern America ANTH-A 104 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; ANTH-A 460 Topics in Anthropology; AMST-A 301 Question of American Identity; AMST-A302 Question of American Community; 0 1 0 0 0 ANTH
Wendy A Vogt
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology IUPUI Affiliate faculty in Global & International Studies, Latino Studies and Women's Studies, IUPUI Anthropology & Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, IU Bloomington

Phone: 317-278-6025
Email: wvogt@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA413D


Wendy Vogt Anthropology, Women's Studies 317-278-6025 wvogt@iupui.edu Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology IUPUI Affiliate faculty in Global & International Studies, Latino Studies and Women's Studies, IUPUI Anthropology & Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, IU Bloomington Ph.D Anthropology, University of Arizona 2012 M.A. Anthropology University of Arizona 2006 B.A. History, University of California, Berkeley 2001 Migration, Violence, Transnational Feminisms, Borders & Transit Spaces, Race & Gender, Political Economy, Engaged Anthropology, Mexico, Latin America, US Anthropology of Global Migration (460) Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (402) Race & Ethnic Identity (457) History of Anthropological Thought (360) Field Methods in Ethnography (404) Survey of Applied Anthropology (201) Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (104) Introduction to Global and International Studies (I100) IUPUI Arts & Humanities (IAHI) Grant, 2017 UC Press International Competition in Public Anthropology, 2016 EMPOWER Grant, 2013-14 New Frontiers Award, 2013 UA Excellence Fellowship 2011 Fulbright-Hays DDRA 2008-2009 National Science Foundation DDIG 2008-2009 P.E.O. Scholars Award 2009 Department of Anthropology Undergraduate Mentor Select Publications: Vogt, Wendy (2017) The Arterial Border: Negotiating Economies of Risk and Violence in Mexico’s Security Regime, ‘Transit Migration: Renewing the Focus on a Global Phenomenon’, International Journal of Migration and Border Studies Vogt, Wendy (2016) Stuck in the Middle with You: The Intimate Labours of Mobility and Smuggling along Mexico’s Migrant Route, ‘Beyond the Border: Clandestine Migration Journeys’ Geopolitics 21 (2), 366-386 Vogt, Wendy (2015) The War on Drugs is a War on Migrants, Landscapes of Violence, 3 (1) Brigden, Noelle and Wendy Vogt (2015) Homeland Heroes: Migrants and Soldiers in the Neoliberal Era, Antipode, 47 (22), 303-322 Vogt, Wendy (2013) Crossing Mexico: Structural Violence and the Commodification of Undocumented Central American Migrants. American Ethnologist, 40 (4), 764-780 1 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Richard E. Ward
Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Dentistry
Faculty of University College

Phone: NA
Email: reward@iupui.edu
Campus Address: NA


Richard Ward Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired NA reward@iupui.edu Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Dentistry
Faculty of University College
B.A. University of Northern Colorado 1972
M.A. 1976
Ph.D. 1980, University of Colorado
Medical Genetics Post-Doctoral Training, Indiana University 1985
medical anthropology, human variation, growth and development, human nature and human adaptability from the biocultural perspective, and the study of facial variation in congenital syndromes Frederic Bachman Lieber Award for Outstanding Teaching 1993,
Glenn W. Irwin Experience Excellence Award 1995,
and Outstanding Academic Advisor SLA 1998,
Outstanding Liberal Arts Resident Faculty Award 2001, Director's Mentoring Award - Center for Research and Learning 2005, IUPUI Alvin S. Bynum Mentor Award, 2009.
IUPUI Faculty Council; IUPUI Academic Policies and Procedures; Chair, IUPUI Academic Affairs Committee; Board of Advisors, IUPUI Center for Research and Learning; Chair, IUPUI Bursar Appeals Committee; Chair, University College Academic Policies and Procedures Committee. contributions to books Anthropometry of the Head and Face;
and journals American Journal of Medical Genetics, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, and Journal of Craniofacial Genetics and Developmental Biology Alcoholism:Clinical and Experimental Research.
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Jeremy J. Wilson
Associate Professor of Anthropology at IUPUI, Graduate Program Director for the MA in Applied Anthropology at IUPUI, and Research Associate at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology at IU-Bloomington

Phone: 317-274-5787
Email: wilsojer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 413C


Jeremy Wilson Anthropology 317-274-5787 wilsojer@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Anthropology at IUPUI, Graduate Program Director for the MA in Applied Anthropology at IUPUI, and Research Associate at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology at IU-Bloomington BS, Anthropology, Iowa State, 2001 MA, Anthropology, State University of New York, Binghamton, 2004 PhD, Anthropology, State University of New York, Binghamton, 2010 archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands, bioarchaeology, archaeological/anthropological demography, paleoepidemiology, human skeletal biology, human behavioral ecology, quantitative modeling Human Origins & Prehistory (ANTH-A 103), Prehistory of North America (ANTH-E 316), Field Work in Archaeology (ANTH-P 405), Human Osteology (ANTH-B 426), Bioarchaeology (ANTH-B 468), Forensic Anthropology, Archaeology & Taphonomy (ANTH-B 474), and Fundamentals of Applied Anthropology(ANTH-E 501) 2013-2015 National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates; 2014 Indiana University Collaborative Research Grant: Human-Climate-Landscape Interactions: Examining Settlement, Environmental, and Agricultural Histories over the Past 2,000 years Across the Midcontinent of North America with Broxton Bird (PI); 2009 State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence; 2008 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Dissertation Fieldwork Grant; 2008 National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant. Federally-qualified Principal Investigator of prehistoric archaeological sites. Qualifications on file with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology. Certificate in Osteological Age Estimation and Paleodemographic Analysis, International Max Planck Research School for Demography, Rostock, Germany. Dean: James W. Vaupel; Supervising Instructors: Dr. Jesper Boldsen, Dr. Jutta Gampe, Dr. George Milner Principal character on 2014 PBS series entitled “America from the Ground Up” Featuring the 2013 NSF REU investigations at Angel Mounds State Historic Site Bird BW; JJ Wilson; W Gilhooly III; B Steinman; L Stamps. 2017. Midcontinental Native American population dynamics and late Holocene hydroclimate extremes. Nature Scientific Reports, 7: 41628; doi: 10.1038/srep41628. Wilson JJ. 2016. Bodies and Lives in Ancient America: Health Before Columbus. International Journal of Paleopathology 15: 19-20. Wilson JJ. 2014. Paradox and Promise: Research on the Role of Recent Advances in Paleodemography and Paleoepidemiology to the Study of “Health” in Precolumbian Societies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 155: 268-280. Wilson JJ; GW Monaghan. 2014. Angel Mounds REU: Multidisciplinary Training for Students in Environmental & Social Sciences through Archaeological Research. Newsletter of the Geoarchaeology Interest Group of the Society for American Archaeology, Winter 2014: 4-6. 1 0 0 0 0 ANTH
Larry J. Zimmerman
Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies
Public Scholar of Native American Representation (shared position with the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art)
Adjunct Professor, Native American & Indigenous Studies (NAIS)

Phone: 317-274-1456
Email: larzimme@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 441


Larry Zimmerman Emeritus/Retired, Emeritus/Retired 317-274-1456 larzimme@iupui.edu Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies
Public Scholar of Native American Representation (shared position with the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art)
Adjunct Professor, Native American & Indigenous Studies (NAIS)
B.A. (Honors) Anthropology, University of Iowa 1969
M.A. Anthropology, University of Iowa-Iowa City 1971
M. Phil. Anthropology, University of Kansas 1973
Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Kansas-Lawrence 1976
North American archaeology, ethics in anthropology, indigenous and community archaeology, Native American issues, cultural and intellectual property, archaeology of the contemporary world Indians of North America
Museum Ethics
Indigenous People and Museums
Issues in Cultural Heritage
Fantastic Archaeology
Native American Representation
Understanding Museums
Introduction to Museum Studies
North American Prehistory
Human Origins
Lecturer, President's Dream Colloquium on Protecting Indigenous Cultural Heritage, Simon Fraser University (2015)
Lecturer Richard Frucht Memorial Lecturer, University of Alberta, Edmonton (2012)
Outstanding Dinstingushed Resident Faculty. School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI (2009)
Peter J. Ucko Memorial Award for Contributions to World Archaeology, World Archaeological Congress (2008), Dublin, Ireland
Elden Johnson Memorial Lecturer, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, (2005);
Mariko Mizuhara Award for Cross-Cultural Understanding (2000), University of Iowa;
National Lecturer, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society (1991-93);
Harrington Lecturer, University of South Dakota (1992)
Distinguished Regents Professor (1990) University of South Dakota;
Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award for Scholarship, University of South Dakota (1990);
Presidential Fellow, University of South Dakota (1987-88);
Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award for Outstanding Teaching, University of South Dakota (1986);
Teacher of the Year, Student Association, University of South Dakota (1980)
Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology (International advisory board) Springer.
Collaborations in Anthropology (Journal Advisory Board) University of Nebraska Press
Archaeologies: The Journal of the World Archaeological Congress(Advisory Board)
Indigenous Archaeologies (series), Left Coast Press, co-editor
Public Policy Committee (elected), American Anthropological Association, 2008-present;
Vice-President, World Archaeological Congress, 2004-2009;
Chair, Budget Committee, World Archaeological Congress, 2004-2009
The Sacred Wisdom of North American Indians (2012) Trade volume, Watkins Press
Integral, ancillary, or incidental: Teaching Ideal or Real in Social Science Research Ethics? Teaching Ethics 12(2): 1-5 (2012)
Displaced and Barely Visible: Archaeology and the Material Culture of Homelessness. Historical Archaeology 45(1): 67-85 (2011) With Jessica Welch.
Activism and Creating a translational archaeology of homelessness. World Archaeology 42(3) : 443 -454 (2011). With Courtney Singleton and Jessica Welch
The Archaeologist's Field Handbook. (2008) With Claire Smith and Heather Burke. AltaMira Press.
The Ancient One: Perspectives on Kennewick Man. (2008) Co-edited with Heather Burke, Claire Smith,Joe Watkins, and Dorothy Lippert, Left Coast Press
"Beyond Racism: Some Opinions about Racialism and American Archaeology". American Indian Quarterly. 30(3):461-485. With Roger Echo-Hawk. (2006);
"Scale, Model Complexity, and Understanding: Simulation of Settlement Processes in the Glenwood Locality of Southwestern Iowa, 1976 and 2000". In Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues in Theory and Practice, edited by Gary Lock and Brian Molyneaux. New York: Springer. pp. 129-144. (2006);
"Liberating Archaeology, Liberation Archaeologies and WAC". Archaeologies 2(1): 85-95.(2006);
"Toward an Archaeology of Homelessness". Anthropology News 47(2):54. With Jessica Welch (2006);
"Consulting Stakeholders". In, Archaeology in Practice: A Student Guide to Archaeological Analyses, edited by Jane Balme and Alistiar Paterson. Blackwell:London. pp. 39-58. (2005);
"Public Heritage, a Desire for a “White” History for America, and Some Impacts of the Kennewick Man/Ancient One decision".International Journal of Cultural Property, 12:265-274. (2005);
Native North American/First Nations: Myth, Life, and Art. London: Duncan Baird Publishers (2003);
Ethical Issues in Archaeology. AltaMira Press: Walnut Creek, CA. Co-edited with Karen D. Vitelli and Julie Hollowell-Zimmer (2003);
Presenting the Past. AltaMira Press: Walnut Creek, CA. (2003);

numerous other books, book chapters, and articles

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