We acknowledge the traditional homelands of the Indigenous People which Purdue University is built upon. We honor and appreciate the Bodéwadmik (Potawatomi), Lenape (Delaware), Myaamia (Miami), and Shawnee People who are the original Indigenous caretakers. 

WE ARE HIRING!

 

Department of Anthropology Teaching Award 

 

Welcome from the Head

In our Anthropologies of Tomorrow (AOT) signature approach, diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice are fundamental to all aspects of departmental life. We focus on teaching and learning about crucial issues facing our world, building capacity for addressing issues, and preparing students for professional careers. With a public service mission, we feature an exciting interface between students, faculty, practitioners, and community partners, provide enriching educational opportunities and pathways to success with innovative training for addressing global grand challenges. 

 Our priority to decolonize and transform our discipline and institution is critical to strengthening our department and forging a path forward. Since 2020 we have all been impacted in many disparate ways.  This Fall we reaffirm our values and commitment to action on equity, and justice issues, and continue to listen and attend with compassion to the increased needs of students and others in our communities.

 We have been grateful to be able to reconnect with local and research communities and reinvigorate our scholarly and engagement work that was disrupted by COVID-19 related restrictions and concerns. We have found new ways to do our work, teach and engage on social justice issues and attend to furthering equity and inclusion issues at Purdue.

 Purdue continues to grow enrollments and gain national recognition for innovative improvements in affordability, curriculum, campus life, technology, and facilities. The College of Liberal Arts added 35 new faculty this year and is now launching searches for an additional 45 faculty members. We welcome two new faculty members in Anthropology this Fall and will be searching for two additional Assistant Professors who will contribute to our developing science and technology focus and interdisciplinary collaborations and growing attention to career development. These positions will help us further strengthen our program and our efforts to be a change agent in our university, discipline, and larger communities. Continue here to apply.


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