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Emeritus Faculty, Anthropology
PhD, University of Chicago, 1978
MA, University of Chicago, 1972
BS, Brigham Young University, 1970
Dr. Hawkins studies Guatemalan life and beliefs. He is interested in religion in Latin America, kinship and ethnicity, culture in military life, the American military, and the American military in Germany.
Hawkins, John P., McDonald, James H., & Adams, Walter R. (Eds.) (2013) Crisis of governance in Maya Guatemala: Indigenous responses to a failing state. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
Adams, Walter R., & Hawkins, John P. (2007). Health care in Maya Guatemala: Confronting medical pluralism in a developing country. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
Adams, Walter R., & Hawkins, John P. (2005). Roads to change in Maya Guatemala: A field school approach to understanding the K’iche’. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
Hawkins, John P. (2004). Army of hope, army of alienation: Culture and contradiction in the American army communities of Cold War Germany. (2nd Ed.). University of Alabama Press.
Hawkins, John. P. (2004). Mormons. In F. Salamone (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religious Ritual. Routledge, Berkshire Publishing Group.