Bradd Shore is Goodrich C. White Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Emory University and Chair of Emory’s Anthropology Department where he has taught since 1982. He is the author of five books—including Culture in Mind: Culture, Cognition and the Problem of Meaning (Oxford University Press)—and many articles in cognitive and psychological anthropology. For a decade Prof. Shore was the director of Emory’s Center on Myth and Ritual in American Culture (A Sloan Center on Working Families). He is past president of The Society for Psychological Anthropology. Shore is a winner of the Emory Williams Teaching Award for distinguished teaching at Emory and was the inaugural holder of the Emory College Distinguished Teaching Chair in the Social Sciences. As a pioneer of cultural models theory, Professor Shore’s research has greatly informed the development of Strategic Frame Analysis®.
Bradd Shore is Goodrich C. White Professor of Anthropology at Emory University and Chair of Emory’s Anthropology Department where he has taught since 1982.