Professor, Department of Women Gender & Sexuality and Department of African-American and African Studies
Lisa Shutt is a cultural anthropologist who has been an active member of the Hereford community since 2007. She has directed the undergraduate program in African American and African Studies for the past few years. Her own research concentrates on life in the country of Gabon in Central Africa and on French culinary culture. However, Ms. Shutt's teaching also addresses Africa in more general ways, the culture of foodways in worldwide, popular media, gender, post-colonial studies and global development studies. You will frequently see her around Runk with her husband Dave and kids Zoe and Josh. Please come over and say hello -- or better yet, take a seat and have a chat over ice cream!