Audrey C. Shalinsky
Professor and Associate Dean
B.A. 1973, University of Chicago
M.A. 1975, Harvard University
Ph.D. 1979, Harvard University
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Originally from Kansas City, she has worked at UW since 1980. Dr. Shalinsky served as head of the Anthropology Department from 1996-2005. She is currently Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. She has received the following awards:
The Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists (WAPA) award for dedicated service to Wyoming Archaeology (2004)
The College of Arts and Sciences Exemplary Faculty Award (2006)
The College of Arts and Sciences Clarence Seibold Professorship (2005-06)
Anth 5890 Teaching/Learning in Anthropology
Anth 2200 World Cultures
Anth 1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Anth 4380 Visual Anthropology
Anth 4300 Anthropology of Religion
Anth 4360 Psychological Anthropology
2004-05 Student Atlas of Anthropology (with John Allen) McGraw Hill/Dushkin.
1996-97 Gender Issues in the Afghanistan Diaspora, Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies XVII (3): 102-123.
1991 The Aftermath of Fieldwork in Afghanistan: Personal Politics, Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly 16 (1): 2-9.
Scholarship of teaching and learning in anthropology, Middle East/Central Asia, ethnicity, gender issues, global/regional conflict in Afghanistan/Pakistan, religion/ideological analyses.