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Prof. Nancy C. Wilkie

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Local Address: East Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
U. S. Committee of the Blue Shield
5126 15Th Avenue South
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55417
United States

Company Description: The U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield is a charitable nonprofit organization committed to the protection of cultural property worldwide during armed conflict.

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  • Ph.D.
    University of Minnesota
  • classics and prehistoric Greek archaeology
    University of Minnesota
  • graduate degree
  • PhD
    University of Minnesota
  • MA
    University of Minnesota
  • Ph.D.
    University of Minnesota
  • M.A.
    University of Minnesota
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U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield - 1954 Hague Convention, 22 Mar 2014 [cached]
Nancy C. Wilkie, President
Nancy Wilkie, President
Dr. Wilkie is the William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology and the Liberal Arts, Emerita at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. She served as Secretary of the USCBS from 2006-2013 and currently serves on the Cultural Property Advisory Committee, a group of experts and members of the general public who advise the President of the United States on requests from foreign governments for import restrictions on their archaeological and ethnological artifacts in accordance with the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act. She served as President of the Archaeological Institute of America from 1998 to 2002., and began her archaeological career in 1968, working since then on archaeological projects in Greece, Egypt, and Nepal. A graduate of Stanford University, she received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.
Nancy Wilkie, ..., 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
Nancy Wilkie, Carleton's William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts, was one of those who did enter "an unexplored wilderness," and helped pave the way at Carleton for people like Morse and North.
Wilkie came to Carleton in 1974 to teach classics on a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. She was continually rehired on one-year appointments after the grant ran out. "I was on one-year appointments for a very long time," she remembers. "I was doing a great deal of research, taking students to Greece in the summers for archeological projects. I finally talked to the dean about how this put me in a difficult position when applying for grants and being forced to put 'adjunct' next to my name. I eventually got a letter saying that "adjunct" had been dropped from my title. Still, in the early 1980s, Carleton had no official policy regarding part-time tenure-track appointments. In the mid-1980s, Wilkie says the college decided to open tenure to part-time faculty members who were teaching at least a half-time load. "They were absolutely one of the first colleges in the country to do this," she says. "I, of course, asked to come up for tenure review right away. I got tenure after eleven years at Carleton. Since then, Wilkie has taught at two-thirds time and continued to take students on archeological research trips, while also taking several sabbaticals. Currently on sabbatical, she is working on research about a Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka, and will travel there this academic year. "This position has given me time to focus on my research and to actively involve my students in it. It's made me a better teacher," she says.
Wilkie, Ulmer, North, and Morse all agree that holding a regular part-time faculty position works well economically in a small Midwestern town like Northfield, but might not be directly duplicable in other, more expensive areas of the country.
"This wouldn't work out if you didn't have a working spouse," Wilkie acknowledges.
"The only problem … is that ..., 27 Nov 2013 [cached]
"The only problem … is that the excavation was done in a very, very small area," said Nancy Wilkie, a professor emeritus at Carleton College in Minnesota, noting that the finding of a wooden structure is based only on five holes where wooden posts once stood.
2007 ACLS Annual Meeting, 10 Dec 2009 [cached]
Delegate: Nancy Wilkie, Carleton College
The People | Heritage Watch - Preserving thePast, Enriching the Future, 20 May 2014 [cached]
Prof. Nancy C. Wilkie Carleton College
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