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Jason Miller

Jason Miller

Associate Director LinC/Assistant Professor-Anthropology
Sociology & Anthropology
College of Arts and Sciences
Henderson Learning Resources Center
Room 218G
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
Seattle University, Bachelor of Arts
Western Washington University, Master of Arts
University of South Florida, Doctor of Philosophy
University of South Florida, Master of Public Health
Academic History

2018-present Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Washburn University

2012-2018 Senior Instructor, Anthropology and Nonprofit Leadership, Seattle University

2007-2012 Instructor, Anthropology, University of South Florida

Scholarly Interests/Activities
Applied Anthropology, Community-based and Participatory Research Methods, Community-based Learning, Digital Storytelling, Food and Food Insecurity, Health and Public Health, Im/Migration, Media Anthropology, and Visual Anthropology.
Career Accomplishments

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2018-2019

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2019-2020

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2020-2021

Certificate of Inclusive Teaching and Learning 2020-2021

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2021-2022

Certificate of Inclusive Teaching and Learning 2021-2022

Selected Publications:

2020-Present Board Member, Society for Visual Anthropology

2017 “This is What I Want for My Children: A Case Study of Digital Storytelling with Latino Immigrant Parents in Central Florida.” In Deep Stories: Practicing, Teaching, and Learning Anthropology with Digital Storytelling. Edited by Mariela Nuñez-Janes, Aaron Thornburg, and Angela Booker, 132-151. Warsaw: De Gruyter.

2011 How to Get Published in Anthropology: A Guide for Students and Young Professionals. Miller, Jason E. and Schmid, Oona, Editors. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press.


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