Senior Lecturer of Anthropology
Washington Hall 105
Areas of Specialization: Cultural anthropology, American Indians, museology, life history; North America
Danielle Moretti-Langholtz is the Director of the Thomasina E. Jordan American Indian Resource Center and administrator of the interdisciplinary Native Studies minor. Her research focus is on the political resurgence of Virginia Indians. As the Curator of Native American Art at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, Danielle has curated four major exhibitions, including a retrospective on the work of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (2007) , In Reach of Memory Still: the Legacy and Artwork of Kiowa Five (2011) , A Life in Costume, an exhibition of the costumes of Glenn Close (2013), and Building the Brafferton: The Founding, Funding and Legacy of America’s Indian School (2016-17). She is also working to expand the collection of Native art at the Muscarelle.
PhD U Oklahoma 1998