The Department of Anthropology seeks a Lecturer in Anthropology to co-teach the ANTH 129a Culture in 3D: Theory, Method, and Ethics for Scanning and Printing the World. This course is designed to train students in the methods needed for the successful application of 3D modeling and printing for the documentation, conservation, and dissemination of cultural patrimony. Students will acquire the technical skills and engage in the ethical debates surrounding ownership and reproduction of such patrimony.
The successful candidate must have strong technical expertise in 3D modeling and printing.
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