C. Nathan Bartlett
Teaching Associate, Anthropology and Geography
Oh, you never know where you’re going till you get there.” - Daffy Duck
A love of history and things foreign led to studies both domestic and abroad. Extensive travel led to an increased love of geography and a refocusing of career goals in that area. Now the enjoyment of family, home, and the opportunity to impart accumulated academic passions to Coastal students absorbs life, along with a very mouthy black German Spitz.
M.A., Geography, University of Missouri
M.A., European History, Western Carolina University
B.A., History, Mars Hill College
Bartlett lived in Europe for 2 years and has traveled to 20 countries and 45 states. He has two wonderful boys (4 and 2) and can read Dutch (kind of). He has a number of hobbies that reflect a passion for history and geography and is always ready for the next road trip.
Human Geography, Historical Geography, European History
Historical Landscapes, History of the Netherlands and Greater Frisia, History of Criminal Justice. Military History, Numismatics