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Robert Williams

Texas State University Applied Anthropology, Robert Williams, Archaeology
Adjunct Faculty
Phone: (512) 245-8272
Office: ELA 271

Robert Lloyd Williams attended Lamar Consolidated High School in Rosenberg, Texas. He entered The University of Texas at Austin in 1994 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from that University in May, 1997: major subject Anthropology, minor subject Archaeology. During the following years he served as priest and bishop for the Western Rite Orthodox Church in the United States and, then, for the Autonomous Orthodox Metropolia of Western Europe and the Americas. In the Fall of 2004 he entered the graduate school at Texas State University and earned his master’s degree in anthropology, graduating in May of 2007 with Anthropology as his major and as graduate student of the year. In the fall of that same year he entered the graduate school at the University of Texas to pursue course work for the degree of doctor of philosophy. This work was completed successfully in 2009 in the Institute of Latin American Studies. His major subject was Anthropology and minor subjects were Art History and Ethnography. At this time Dr. Williams is presently Adjunct Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Texas State University. He specializes in the Pre-Hispanic historical literature of the ancient Mixtec People of Oaxaca.

Photo:  Robert Lloyd Williams, 2008:  at home in study, recovering from eye surgery.