Eric Lindland is a Senior Research Fellow with the FrameWorks Institute. A cognitive anthropologist, his research focuses on how analogies are used in language, symbolism, and ethics to bridge meanings across cultural systems. For five years, he served as senior researcher at FrameWorks, contributing to dozens of reports on environmental health, child development, education, and criminal justice reform, and other topics. Prior to joining FrameWorks, he taught anthropology at Emory University, Loyola University Chicago, and the University of Notre Dame, and before that was a high school teacher and administrator in Guatemala. Lindland has a BA in political studies from Gordon College and an MA and PhD in anthropology from Emory University.
Eric Lindland is a Senior Research Fellow with the FrameWorks Institute.