College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Anthropology

Dr. William Willard

Ph.D., University of Arizona
Emeritus Professor
Cultural Anthropology


American Indian literature, the renaissance of American Indian religion, the evolution of tribal government in the post-Collier period, and the development of inter-American indigenous alliances since Public Law 93-638 was established as U.S. federal policy.

Dr. Willard is professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology and Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies at Washington State University. He is also a founding editor of Wicazo Sa Review. His disseration research was based on the Pascua Yaqui Development Project. He has followed his interests in medical anthropology with particular attention to health problems associated with migration. His work usually involves ethnographic fieldwork.

Dr. William Willard

College Hall 374

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