SEFLIN 2022 Spring Membership Meeting

May 12, 2022 10:00am -
May 12, 2022 12:00pm

Event Type: Meeting

Speaker Information

About Dr. Alisha Winn

Alisha R. Winn, Ph.D. is an applied cultural anthropologist whose work focuses on race, class, identity, educational disparities, historic preservation in communities, heritage education for youth, historic African American insurance companies, and oral histories. She received her Ph.D. from the University of South Florida in Applied Anthropology, MA in Anthropology (Georgia State University), BA in Anthropology (Florida Atlantic University), and a BA in Sociology (Bethune-Cookman University).

Dr. Winn is an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s School of Ministry, infusing community-engaged research, and applied anthropology in the classroom. Through her company Consider the Culture, Dr. Winn incorporates anthropological knowledge to governmental, community, educational, and religious institutions on the social construction of race, cultural belief systems and practices, and language; helping individuals outside of the classroom gain an appreciation for anthropology’s usefulness and relevance today.  To learn more about Dr. Winn: