Seth Schindler

Seth Schindler is an anthropologist and former curator of the Arizona State Museum. He has served as an NEH Research Fellow and Weatherhead Resident Scholar at the School for Advanced Research. Dr. Schindler’s specialties are diverse, ranging from the tribal art of New Guinea to the material culture of the Seri Indians of Sonora, Mexico. He has contributed articles to academic journals such as American Anthropologist and to books for the general public, including The Encyclopedia of Anthropology.
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Sowing the Seeds of Change

Sowing the Seeds of Change

The Story of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

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