Dr. J. Anthony Paredes
The entire anthropological community was saddened by 'Tony's' passing in August of 2013. He was a major figure and mentor in many people's lives and will be missed by all who knew him.
Interests: ethnology; applied anthropology; North Amer. Indians
Articles: "Columbus the Bold, Columbus the Cruel," Anthropology Newsletter, 11-92; "The Poarch Creek Indians: Fla.'s Third Tribe," Forum: The Magazine of the Florida Humanities Council, Fall 1992; "Capital Punishment in the USA," Anthropology Today, Feb. 1993; "Anthropological Observations on Capital Punishment in the USA," Intl. J. Comp. and Applied Criminal Justice, Fall 1993; "Studying the Social Impact of the Texas Shrimp Closure" (with J.N. Nance and N.H. Garrield), Human Org., Spring 1994
Books: Indios de los Estados Unidos Angosajones, Editorial Mapfre, Madrid, 1992
Honors: pres., Soc. for Applied Anthropology, 1993-95; member, Acad. Relations Steering Comm., Amer. Anthropological Assn., 1993-pres.; designated, Phi Mu Sorority, Outstanding FSU Faculty Member, 1992; service award recipient, Fla. Governor's Council on Indian Affairs, 1993
Contracts & Grants: Native Amer. Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Consultation Workshop, NPS, 1994; Native Amer. Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Ethnographic Affiliation Project, NPS, 1994