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This profile was last updated on 11/24/09  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. James F. Hopgood

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  • Ph.D.
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JASS - Open Letter to US Secretary of State Clinton - 24 November 2009, 24 Nov 2009 [cached]
James F. Hopgood, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Northern Kentucky University
Linda Rogers - Bio, 15 Mar 2008 [cached]
James F. Hopgood is Professor of Anthropology and Department Chair, Northern Kentucky University. His major field is socio-cultural anthropology with research interest in religious movements, culture theory, and urban anthropology, with field research interests in Northeast Mexico, and Japan, as well as Fairmount, Indiana. He is the author of Settlers of Bajavista: Social and Economic Adaptation in a Mexican Squatter Settlement (The Ohio University, Athens, 1979) and many chapters and articles, including the recently published "Another Japanese Version: An American Actor in Japanese Hands" (In The Social Construction of Race and Ethnicity in the United States by Joan Ferranteand Prince Brown, Jr., eds., Longman, 1998). Hopgood is also a recent recipient of a Sasakawa Fellowship for study at the Japan Studies Institute, San Diego.
Anthropology Museum at Northern Kentucky University, 1 Nov 2002 [cached]
James F. Hopgood, Ph.D., Director
For additional information on NKU Museum of Anthropology programs, contact Dr. Jim Hopgood, Director, 206 Landrum, at 859-572-5259 or
Anthropology home ---- NKU home
A Tribute To James Dean The Web Site, 6 Nov 2004 [cached]
JDR member Dr. James F. Hopgood, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Founding Director of the Museum of Anthropology at Northern Kentucky University, has included a section on James Dean in his new book, The Making of Saints Contesting Sacred Ground.
Consisting of a series of fascinating, scholarly essays on a wide range of religious, folk, political and cultural heroes and icons, the book is described as ,a multidisciplinary study of the commonalities between heroes, icons, saints, and their institutions, across several cultures., Dr. Hopgood edited the volume, which includes contributions from a number of distinguished professors in the field of anthropology, art and religion, and also wrote the chapter on James Dean.
NKU Anthropology Photo Album, 10 Mar 2001 [cached]
BACK ROW : Sheila Muething , Rita Van Over , Prof. Sharlotte Neely , Prof. MaryCarol Hopkins , Prof. Jim Hopgood , Prof. Ken Carstens
Professor and Anthropology Coordinator Jim Hopgood at work in his old office in the Natural Sciences Building , 1975
Professor Sharlotte Neely on the way to class , 1975.
Professor Sharlotte Neely doing fieldwork with Snowbird Cherokee women of the Deer Clan , 1975
Professor Jim Hopgood doing fieldwork in Monterrey , Mexico , toasting Francisco M. outside a family fiesta , 1972
Professor Jim Hopgood examining a skull in the lab , 1976
Anthropology major Kandy Jenings at work in the lab , 1977
Professor Sharlotte Neely on the Acropolis in Athens , Greece , 1977
Professor Sharlotte Neely near the pyramids in Cairo , Egypt , 1977.
Professor Jim Hopgood on the Great Wall in China , 1993
Professor Jim Hopgood in Tiananmen Square , Beijing , China , 1993
Part-time Professor Christopher Bergman attempting to conduct an archaeology dig during a blizzard , 1993.
Former Visiting Professor Ray Scupin doing research in Thailand with Muslim leader Ibrahim Queryshi , 1994
NKU anthropology alumna Linda Cohorn leading a tour group in east Africa , 1995
Professor Jim Hopgood , on right , with Sandy Pfeiffer at the Hida Kokubun-ji Temple , in Takayama , Japan , 1994
Anthropology Professor and Department Chair Jim Hopgood in his office , 1997
Professor MaryCarol Hopkins choosing an artifact to take to class , 1997.
Professor Jim Hopgood with lab skeleton , 1997
Professor and Museum Director Jim Hopgood at work in the anthropology museum , 1997
The Anthropology Alumni Club and guests at their holiday reception , 1996
Anthropology Alumni Club President Tom Donnelly presents Professor Jim Hopgood with a certificate making him an honorary NKU alumnus , 1998
Professor Sharlotte Neely and her daughter Bridgette Donnelly examine the Egyptology collection at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art , 1998.
Professor Jim Hopgood doing field research in James Dean's home town of Fairmount , Indiana with Laura Pardini from Uruguay , 1998
UF Professor Susan Warshauer snaps a photo of NKU Professor Jim Hopgood , on right ; TEC Professor Jorge Flores ; and UDEM Professor Breen Murray caught in a most unusual downpour during the 100th-anniversary celebration of the birth of the folk saint , Nino Fidencio , in the desert village of Espinazo , Nuevo Leon , Mexico , 1998.
We are grateful to Roger C. Adams of the NKU Archives , Jill Diesman of Academic Computing , Joan Ferrante of Sociology , James F. Hopgood of Anthropology , Joe Ruh , NKU Photographer , and Kristina Wegener of Anthropology , for their roles in the creation of this online photo album.
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