Alan R. Sandstrom

Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne | Professor EmeritusMember since 1967

My Biography

Dr. Sandstrom is a sociocultural anthropologist with interests in cultural ecology, cultural materialism, economic anthropology, history and theory of anthropology, Native American ethnicity, religion, and ritual. He has conducted ethnographic field research since 1970 among the Nahua (modern Aztec) people of northern Veracruz, Mexico. Dr. Sandstrom’s papers and correspondence are deposited at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Anthropological Archives.