College of Arts and Sciences

Listed below are the faculty members involved with Native American Studies.

Dr. Lawrence A. Kuznar

Director, Native American Studies
Professor of Anthropology
Kettler Hall, Room G11
260-481-6668
kuznar@ipfw.edu

Education
Ph.D.: Northwestern University, Anthropology, 1990
M.S.: Northwestern University, 1990
M.A.: Northwestern University, 1985
B.A.: Pennsylvania State University, 1984

Area of Specialty
South American Indians
Navajo Indians

Publications
Awatimarka: The Ethnoarchaeology of an Andean Herding Community
(Harcourt Brace, 1995)

Dr. Richard E. Sutter

Chair and Professor
Department of Anthropology
Kettler Hall, Room G11
260-481-6676
sutterr@ipfw.edu

Education
Ph.D. - University of Missouri Columbia, Anthropology, 1997
M.A. - University of Missouri Columbia, 1991
B.S. - State University of New York, Buffalo, 1988

Dr. Chad L. Thompson

Associate Professor of Linguistics
Kettler Hall, Room G11
260-485-1785
thompsoc@ipfw.edu

Education
Ph.D.: University of Oregon, English and Linguistics, 1989
M.A.: University of Oregon, 1977
B.A.: University of Alaska, 1974

Area of Specialty
Native American Athabaskan languages

Dr. Alan R. Sandstrom

Director, Department of Anthropology
Profesor Emeritus of Anthropology
Kettler Hall, Room G11
260-481-3216
sandstro@ipfw.edu

Education
Ph.D.: Indiana University, Anthropology, 1975
M.A.: Indiana University, 1971
B.A.: American International College, 1968

Area of Speciality
North American Indians

Publications
Corn is Our Blood: Culture and Identity in a Contemporary Aztec Village
(University of Oklahoma Press, 1992)
Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico
(University of Oklahoma Press, 1986)
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