Professor Andrew Roddick
Andrew Roddick received is BA and MA in anthropology from the University of British Columbia, and his PhD in anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently Assistant Professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Roddick has worked in the Bolivian highlands for 15 years, conducting archaeological research principally focused on the Tiwanaku civilization and its precursors. He is presently co- Principal Investigator (with Dr. John W. Janusek) for the Challapata Project. Fluent in Spanish, he has been doing ethnoarchaeological work with highland Bolivian contemporary potters for the past three years. From 2013-15, he was the program chair for the Institute of Andean Studies, the primary non-profit organization in North America dedicated to the study of the Andean past. Dr. Roddick has published many publications and articles, and is the editor (with Ann B. Stahl) of Knowledge in Motion: Making Communities and Constellations of Practice across Time and Place, which brings together archaeologists, historians, and cultural anthropologists to examine communities engaged in a range of learning practices around the globe, from Africa to the Americas. His next edited volume, Constructions of Time and History in the Pre-Columbian Andes, is due out in 2016. He is an exceptional teacher with a special talent for displaying the distant past in ways that make it seem vividly present.
Tours Led by Andrew Roddick
- Bolivia Tour Dates to be Announced | Study Leader to be announced Join Far Horizons on an extraordinary 16-day journey through Bolivia that includes magnificent archaeological sites, indigenous peoples still wearing colorful dress, striking colonial cities created by the Spanish conquerers, and all five of Bolivia’s stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites.