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Teaching

Coastal Carolina University - Courses Offered (2011-2012):

May 2012:

ANTH 398: Archaeological Field School (click for printable brochure)

 

Spring 2012:

ANTH 102: Understanding Other Cultures

ANTH 102 (Lab): Laboratory Section for Understanding Other Cultures (co-requisite)

ANTH 390: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness

 

Fall 2011:

ANTH 102: Understanding Other Cultures

ANTH 102 (Lab): Laboratory Section for Understanding Other Cultures (co-requisite)

ANTH 310: Myth, Ritual, and Magic

ANTH 490: Introduction to Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology

 

American University, Washington, D.C., Visiting Professor:

Sex, Gender, & Culture: An introductory course that considers biological, psychological, and cultural designations of gender. How identity is formed around gender orientation, social & cultural expectations and sanctions. Examines marginalized groups, non-Western perspectives,& alternate lifestyles. Gender identity and society are approached contextually, through historical periods & multiple regions of the world to contemporary times. [General Education Class]

Language & Human Experience: An introductory course that does not assume previous formal analysis in linguistics; designed as a broad exploration of 'language' in its many forms and its impact on daily life: visual/art, performance, oral tradition, and written text. Approached from Prehistory through Modern times, an examination of expressions of power, identity, religion, gender roles, etc. and the ordering of the mind between visual and textual orientations of language. [General Education Class]

Roots of Racism: An introductory course that examines racism in the USA. Topics include slavery, Native Americans, and other minorities' experiences as targets of prejudice; Civil Rights, hate groups, racial profiling, poverty, education bias, cultural and political ramifications of racism. [General Education
Class]

 

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Teaching Assistant to Prof. Nerissa Russell

Emergence of Agriculture: Mid-level undergraduate course exploring evidence of multiple sites and localized agricultural experimentation in and outside of, the Fertile Crescent during the Neolithic.