Edward Schortman is Professor and Chair of Anthropology at Kenyon College. His interests range widely, and he teach courses at Kenyon dealing with archaeology and cultural anthropology, the living and past cultures of North, Central, and South America, the anthropology of politics, and the history of anthropological thought. His principal research focuses on two related topics: the manner in which rulers and those they seek to rule contend for political power within hierarchical societies; and the impact of external ties on local social and political developments. He has written numerous articles and books dealing with these issues.
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