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JoAllyn Archambault

JoAllyn Archambault, museum administrator, anthropologist. Fellow Doctoral fellow, Ford Foundation, 1970-1975. Member of Plains Anthropol. Society, Studies in American Indian Literature, Society for Applied Anthropology, Native American Art Studies Association, Council for Museum Anthropology, Anthropol. Society of Washington, American Ethnological Society, American Anthropol. Association (member commission on Native American reburial).

Background

  • Archambault, JoAllyn was born on February 13, 1942 in Claremore, Oklahoma, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1970. Master of Arts, University California, Berkeley, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1984.

    Career

    • Director American Indian Program National Museum Natural History, Washington, since 1986. Lecturer in Native American studies University California, Berkeley, 1976—1979, chair ethnic studies department College of Arts and Crafts. Research associate Center for the Study of Race, Crime and Social Policy, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1980—1982.

      Assistant professor anthropology University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1983—1986. Visiting faculty Oglala Lakota College, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, California State University, Hayward, University New Mexico, Navajo Community College, Tsaile, New Mexico, Mills College, Oakland, California, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Lecturer in field.

    Works

    • Contributor contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books. Curator (exhibition) Plains Indian Arts: Change and Continuity, 1987, 100 Years of Plains Indian Painting, 1989, Indian Basketry and Their Makers, 1990, Seminole!, 1990.

    Membership

    Member of Plains Anthropol. Society, Studies in American Indian Literature, Society for Applied Anthropology, Native American Art Studies Association, Council for Museum Anthropology, Anthropol. Society of Washington, American Ethnological Society, American Anthropol.

    Association (member commission on Native American reburial).
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    Born February 13, 1942
    (age 74)
    Nationality
    • 1970
      University California
    • 1974
      University California
    • 1984
      University California
    • 1976 - 1979
      lecturer, in Native American studies University California
      Berkeley, California, United States
    • 1980 - 1982
      research associate, Center for the Study of Race
      Ithaca, New York, United States
    • 1983 - 1986
      assistant, professor anthropology University Wisconsin
      Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
    • 1986
      Director, American Indian Program National Museum Natural History
      Washington, United States

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