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Jerome Hall Board Member

Jerome Hall, Surfing Heritage Board Member, is a tale teller, dog lover, prolific reader, and bon vivant are just a few words Jerome Lynn Hall uses to describe himself.  Born in La Jolla, California, Jerome spent his formative years in the Pacific Ocean swimming, diving, sailing, and surfing.  He received his training as an underwater archaeologist in the Nautical Archaeology Program at Texas A&M University and is presently an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of San Diego, where he instructs a variety of courses, among them ANTH 364: Surf Culture and History. He is currently researching the construction of a first-century wooden boat extracted from the Yam Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) in Israel, as well as continuing his study of a seventeenth-century merchant shipwreck off the north coast of the Dominican Republic.  On any given day you can find him at Dog Beach, with his canine cohorts “Jack” and “Lehua.”

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