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researcher , writer , anthropologist educator

Frederick William Voget, American Anthropologist educator, writer, researcher. Named best non-fiction finalist for Spur award Western Writers Association,1995; Canada Council research grantee University of California, Santa Barbara, 1964; Fulbright research fellow, Germany, 1972. Master sergeant 71st infantry United States Army, 1942-1947, European Theatre of Operations.

Background

Voget, Frederick William was born on February 12, 1913 in Salem, Oregon, United States. Son of Fred A. and Faye (Isham) Voget.

Education

Student, Reed College, 1938. Bachelor of Science, University Oregon, 1941. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1947.

Career

Assistant professor anthropology, U. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1948-1949;assistant professor anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1949-1953;associate professor anthropology, U. Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1953-1961;visiting professor anthropology, U. Toronto, Canada, 1961-1965;professor anthropology, Northwest U., Evanston, Illinois, 1964;professor anthropology, Southern Illinois U., Edwardsville, 1965-1981;professor emeritus, since 1981. Visiting professor anthropolgy U. Munich, 1979-1980.

Works

Membership

Master sergeant 71st infantry United States Army, 1942-1947, European Theatre of Operations.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: chess, gardening, bowling, swimming.

Connections

Married Mary Kay Mee, May 6, 1942. Children: Antoinette, Jane, Colleen.

father:
Fred A. Voget

mother:
Faye (Isham) Voget

spouse:
Mary Kay Mee

children:
Antoinette Voget

Jane Voget

Colleen Voget