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Past Achievements: Alumni of 1980s

1980s

Nicholas Honerkamp (PhD ’80) is Chair of the Anthropology Department at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. [posted 2005]

Richard Pace (MA ’83, PhD ’87) is Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at Middle Tennessee State University. [posted 2004]

Charles Ewen (PhD ’87) was promoted to full professor in the Anthropology Department of East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. [posted 2005]

Karen Ramey Burns (PhD ’87) is Adjunct Professor, Universities of Georgia and Utah, and Consultant in Forensic Anthropology.  She devotes most of her time to international human rights work, writing, and consulting.  At present, she is working several months a year in Bogotá, Colombia with EQUITAS (el Equipo Colombiano Interdisciplinario de Trabajo Forense y Asistencia Psicosocial). [posted 2006]

Nawal H. Ammar (PhD ’88) is Associate Professor in the Department of Justice Studies at Kent State University, and is affiliated with the Department of Anthropology at KSU. She is known for her work in restorative justice, Islamic jurisprudence, women and the law in Arab Islamic societies, and social service delivery.

Michael J. Evans (PhD ’88) is a senior anthropologist for the Midwest region of the National Park Service. [posted 2004]

Bonnie G. McEwan (PhD ’88), Director of the San Luis Archaeological and Historical site in Tallahassee, was awarded$1 million from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the San Luis research program and $2.6 million from the Florida legislature to reconstruct the 17th century Spanish fort of San Luis. [posted 2005]

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