Profile: Antoinette Jackson

Assoc. Prof. of Anthropology

Associate Professor; National Park Service Regional Ethnographer-SE Region
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Florida – Gainesville
MBA, Xavier University – Cincinnati, Ohio
B.A., Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University – Columbus
sociocultural and historical anthropology; identity and representation; social construction of race, class, gender, ethnicity; heritage resource management; American, African American and African Diaspora culture; ethnographic research methods; United States, Caribbean

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National Parks Preserve Our History and Culture

Along with protecting natural wonders, such as Yellowstone National Park’s geysers, the National Park Service is charged with preserving cultural resources that are relevant to living communities.
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