Johan Reinhard

Johan Reinhard ( born December 13, 1943 in Joliet, Illinois) is an American anthropologist. He became famous for the discovery of several Eismumien from the time of the Incas in South America.

Johan Reinhard studied at the University of Arizona and the University of Vienna anthropology and German literature, language studies led him to the Goethe-Institut in Bad Aibling and Bad Reichenhall, as well as the Summer Institute of Linguistics in Horsley's Green and Merstham. In January 1974 he received his doctorate at the Institute of Anthropology in Vienna with a thesis Descriptive Analysis of Shamanism and Witchcraft in the Purbia Raji Sudwest - Nepal. He now works for the National Geographic Society and is Honorary Professor at the Catholic University in Arequipa. Reinhard has been honored with the Puma de Oro, the highest award archaeological Bolivia.