Anthropology Department welcomes three new professors

Friday, July 4, 2014

The Anthropology department is pleased to announce the addition of three new faculty members. Seçil Daǧtaș, an expert in the anthropology of religion and the anthropology of gender and feminism, and Christopher Watts, an expert in the archaeology of monumentality, landscape practices, materiality and relational ontologies, particularly here in the lower Great Lakes region, will be joining the department as Assistant Professors. Adrienne Lo, an expert in Linguistic Anthropology and the Anthropology of Education, will be joining the department as a Visiting Associate Professor for the 2014-15 year. Their knowledge and expertise will make a great addition to our department!

In the Fall term they will be teaching:

Daǧtaș: ANTH 311 (Anthropology of Religion)

Watts: ANTH 201 (Principles of Archaeology)

Lo: ANTH 202 (Principles of Cultural Anthropology)

Lo: ARTS 290 (Language in Culture) [Please note that this Linguistic Anthropology course is being taught under the ARTS designation, not ANTH]

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