The Indianapolis Star 9 Mar 1947 p.6 Georg Neumann member of new Department of Anthroplogy at IU

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The Indianapolis Star 9 Mar 1947 p.6 Georg Neumann member of new Department of Anthroplogy at IU - Dr. Vocgclin Heads New I.U. Department Of...
Dr. Vocgclin Heads New I.U. Department Of Anthropology Eloomlngton, Ind., March 8 (Spl.) The formation of a department department of anthropology, with Dr. C. F. Voegelin as chairman, has been announced by the Indiana Indiana University Eoard of Trustees. Trustees. Prior to this time the study of anthropology has been under the history and zoology departments. departments. This is the first such de partment to be instituted in any Indiana college or university. Other members of the department department will be Georg Neumann, physical anthropologist, formerly formerly assistant professor in the zoology zoology department; Glenn Black, archaeologist, formerly lecturer in archaeology in the zoology department, department, and. William J. Wallace, Wallace, ethnologist, who this semester semester was appointed instructor in anthropology at the university. DR. VOEGELIN received his training in anthropology at the University of California and held post-doctoral post-doctoral post-doctoral fellowships at Yale for three years before joining the faculty of DePauw University. He came to Indiana University six years ago. He is editor of the International Journal of American American Linguistics, a member of the executive committee of the American American Anthropological Association, and research associate of the American Philosophical Society Library. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Prof. Neumann has held fellowships from that school, Western Reserve University and Columbia University. He was for five years research associate in the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan, and also was research associate at the Peabody Museum at Harvard and the United States National Museum. Museum. FOR 10 YEARS Mr. Black served as director of archaeology for the Indiana Historical Society. He Is a past president of the American Society for Archaeology. Archaeology. Mr. Black's work in archaeology in Indiana includes excavation of the Novvlin mound in southern Indiana. He is at present director of the excavation of an extensive and important archaeological site, the Angel mound near Evansville. Dr. Wallace received his training training at the University of California, California, where he was on the staff of the Museum of Anthropology after graduation. SfW WITH Burned but Reweaving will make it Like-Nil Like-Nil Like-Nil again Wsyfit fey ALL FABRICS REWOVEN Damn ge d Sweaters and Jersey Dresses Also Keknitted Mall Orders Accepted ALL WORK GUARANTEED WNofad m "A NATIONAL k SlA WASH-WORD" WASH-WORD" WASH-WORD" Jj IgU. IN SHIRTS ;,j g I LOOK FOR THE MULTI-COLORED MULTI-COLORED MULTI-COLORED LABEL PS I AT LEADING STORES EVERYWHERE M

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star09 Mar 1947, SunPage 6

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)09 Mar 1947, SunPage 6
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