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Academic BackgroundA.B., Middlebury College, 1966
A.M., Brown University, 1968
PhD., Brown University, 1973
My professional training is in cultural anthropology and archaeology with regional specialties in the Eastern Mediterranean, especially Greece and Cyprus and Colonial New England. My research has ranged from social and economic change in rural Greece to ethnoarchaeology in Cyprus. I have also done research on urbanization, sex and gender, and identity in modern Greece. Other research interests include anthropological and archaeological film.
Courses TaughtANTH 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 162: Non-Western Worlds:
ANTH 305/FS 305: Exploring Ethnographic Film
ANTH 311-314: Regional Studies in Archaeology: Archaeology of Europe
ANTH 318-327: Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology: Peoples and Cultures of Europe
ANTH 460: Seminar in Anthropology