My LOI/Courses

ESC Learning Opportunities Inventory (as of May 2015)

Residencies/Study Groups/Independent Studies/Online Courses

Anthropology and Archaeology Courses Taught

A Survey of Ancient Civilizations

Artifacts and Culture of the Americas

Internet and Culture: An Introduction to Digital Anthropology

Introduction to Anthropology

Introduction to Archaeology

Mesoamerican Art and History: A Material Study of Aztec and Maya Civilizations (formerly Mesoamerican Anthropology)

The Maya

Selected History Courses Taught

Caribbean History and Culture

First Peoples of North America (co-creator , with Dr. Menoukha Case)

Mexico: Then and Now

Latin American History

Public History: The Native American Experience

Native Perspectives: Seneca Culture and History

World Civilizations (to the 1600s)

World Religions

Selected Interdisciplinary Courses Taught

American Cultural History (formerly U.S. History Through Ethnology)

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies

Introduction to Native American Studies

Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies

Reading for Research in Spanish

Undergraduate Thesis Project/Research Methods

Selected Graduate Courses Taught:

Modes of Critical Inquiry: Social Science Research

Museum Studies and Public History: Theory and Methods

Social Science Research Methods

Things of Value: Topics in Material Culture

Oral History: Theory and Methods

Literature Review

Final Project Design

Final Project/Thesis

Selected Graduate Electives Taught:

Native American Sovereignty

The Anthropology of Symbolism

Tribal and Federal Consultation and Laws