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Faculty Biography - Lindsey Hewitt

Faculty Biography - Lindsey Hewitt

Lindsey Hewitt

Lecturer

B.A. Truman State University
M.S. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

847.635.1910
lhewitt@oakton.edu
Room 2817 Des Plaines


Personal Statement

Lindsey Hewitt teaches in both the Anthropology and the Humanities departments at Oakton. She specializes in sociology, cultural anthropology, and women's studies. Lindsey majored in German as an undergraduate but went on to complete two graduate programs; one in anthropology, and one in women's studies. She teaches both Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, and Women and Creativity.

In her free time, Lindsey has coordinated events and programs and has participated in runs benefiting charities. She is fluent in German and has spent time studying in Germany.

 

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November 19
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