My courses engage students by combining scholarship and hands-on training, often utilizing places based or research experience pedagogy. By combining the two approaches, students learn to work on projects which may have a meaningful impact for both academic and public communities.

  1. Honors Thesis Advisor
  2. Student/Faculty Self-Designed Major Advisor
  3. ANTH 201: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  4. ANTH 303: Qualitative Research Methods for Anthropology
  5. ANTH 361: American Indian Perspectives
  6. ANTH 365: Latin American Perspectives
  7. ANTH 400/500: Advanced Independent Study
  8. ANTH 424/524: Medical Anthropology
  9. ANTH 495: Teaching & Learning Anthropology
  10. ANTH 497/597: Advanced Qualitative Inquiry (Nvivo training)
  11. ANTH 469: Anthropology Internship
  12. ANTH 490: Community Based Participatory Research Senior Seminar
  13. ANTH 495: Teaching-Learning Process in Anthropology
  14. ANTH 496: Academic and Professional Portfolio Assembly
  15. ANTH 502: MA Students Only: Graduate Theory in Anthropological Research
  16. ANTH 503: MA Students Only: Graduate Research Design & Methods
  17. ANTH 586: MA Students Only: Research Mentorship & Professional Development