Anthropology has several sub-disciplines. Archaeologists study past peoples and cultures, from the deepest prehistory to the recent past, through the analysis of material remains, ranging from artifacts and evidence of past environments to architecture and landscapes. Biological anthropologists focus on questions having to do with evolutionary theory, our place in nature, adaptation, and human biological … Continue reading Data in Sociocultural Anthropology?
We recently had the time to catch up with WLC-er Brody Dingel. Brody’s involved all over campus, including being President of the Linguistics Club, former President and Treasurer of the Spanish Club, tutoring in both English and Spanish, and acting as a research assistant for four different professors here on campus. One more thing we … Continue reading Dingel: Driven by Data
Dr. Nagle, Assistant Professor of Spanish, is one of our newer faculty members here in WLC. However, as we think will be obvious from the photofilm below, he has already done amazing things in his research, the classroom, around the department, and even on the pottery wheel! Get to know Dr. Nagle and learn about … Continue reading Meet Dr. Charles Nagle: A Photofilm