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    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Nov 27, 2022  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Major Requirements 

Minor Requirements 

Andrew Kramer, Head

Anderson, D.G., PhD - Michigan
Hepner, T.M., PhD - Michigan State
Klippel, W.E., PhD - Missouri
Kramer, A., PhD - Michigan
Logan, M.H., PhD - Penn State
Schroedl, G.F., PhD - Washington State
Simek, J.F. (Distinguished Professor), PhD - State University of New York (Binghamton)

Assistant Professors
Auerbach, B.M., PhD - Johns Hopkins
Button, G.V., PhD - Brandeis
Cabana, G.S., PhD - Michigan
Ensor, M.O., PhD - Florida
Heath, B.J., PhD - Pennsylvania
Louis, B.M., PhD - Washington (St. Louis)
Mundorff, A.Z., PhD - Simon Fraser

Research Director
Driskell, B.N., PhD - Kentucky

Associate Research Director
DeCorse, E.K., PhD - Syracuse

Research Associate Professors
Chapman, J. (Director, F.H. McClung Museum), PhD - North Carolina
Hollenbach, K.R., PhD - North Carolina

Research Assistant Professors
Sichler, J.A., PhD - Tennessee
Vass, A.A., PhD - Tennessee

Lecturer and Coordinator, Forensic Center
Jantz, L.M., PhD - Tennessee

Devlin, J.L., PhD - Tennessee
Pendry, D.A., PhD - Texas

Adjunct Professors
Bogard, J.S., PhD - Texas
Hackett, R.I.J. (Distinguished Professor of Humanities), PhD - Aberdeen
Harrison, F.V., PhD - Stanford
Sullivan, L.P., PhD - Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

Adjunct Associate Professors
Dessel, J.P., PhD - Arizona
van de Moortel, A., PhD - Bryn Mawr

Adjunct Assistant Professors
Crites, G.D., PhD - Tennessee
Douglas, J.C., PhD - Houston
Godde, K.M., PhD - Tennessee
Herrmann, N.P., PhD - Tennessee
Klenk, R.M., PhD - Washington
Qirko, H.N., PhD - Tennessee
Lev-Tov, J., PhD - Tennessee
Sherwood, S.C., PhD - Tennessee
Shirley, N.R., PhD - Tennessee
Symes, S.A., PhD - Tennessee

Anthropology (literally the study of humans) is a broad and diverse field concerned with all aspects of the human condition – past, present and future. An undergraduate majoring in anthropology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, learns of this breadth and diversity by taking courses in cultural, biological and archaeological anthropology. The major is designed so that all students are trained in these primary subfields, but the curriculum also allows the student to concentrate in those aspects of anthropology that she/he finds most interesting. The undergraduate who earns a Bachelor of Arts with a major in anthropology from UT Knoxville is prepared to enter careers in a variety of fields such as health, education, government, law, social work, and human services. If the student is interested in a career as a professional anthropologist, graduate training is a necessity. The excellence of the faculty and the relevance of available courses in the department afford future anthropologists the undergraduate background necessary to pursue advanced degrees.

Major Requirements 

Minor Requirements