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Fall 2017

Section 0100 of ANTHRO4
Ancient Peoples and Society -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017

Section 0103 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017

Section 0135 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Aug 25 - Dec 15 2017

Section 0179 of ANTHRO2
Cultural Anthropology -- : Aug 24 - Dec 14 2017

Section 0900 of ANTHRO3
Introduction to Archaeology -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017

Spring 2017

Section 4100 of ANTHRO2
Cultural Anthropology -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017

Section 6705 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 17 - May 19 2017
After registering through the normal SRJC registration process, visit the Distance Education website to find any available online course material.

Section 6931 of ANTHRO32
Native Cultures of North America -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017

Section 8174 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 17 - May 19 2017
After registering through the normal SRJC registration process, visit the Distance Education website to find any available online course material.

Section 8873 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 17 - May 19 2017
After registering through the normal SRJC registration process, visit the Distance Education website to find any available online course material.

B.A. University of California, Berkeley
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara

Academic Experience: 

Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley, 2007-2008
Lecturer, Sonoma State University, 1992-2006
Adjunct Faculty, Santa Rosa Junior College, 1996-2002

In Spring 2016, I will be teaching in the Study Abroad program in Florence, Italy.
I am a fifth generation Californian and my academic interest is the study of California's Native cultures. I am trained as an archaeologist, and have worked throughout California, including on Santa Cruz Island, in Arizona, New Mexico, Illinois and Virginia. I have spent several years conducting archaeological research at Fort Ross, a multiethnic community that was part of the Russian Empire in the early 19th century. I really enjoy teaching college students! At SRJC, I have taught courses about Native American cultures, the Native cultures of California, introductory archaeology, biological anthropology and cultural anthropology, and Native American art.


Note: all sections of Anthro 1 require "Our Origins: Discovering Physical Anthropology" by C.S. Larsen, 3rd edition.

Anthro 2 requires "Introducing Cultural Anthropology" by R. Lenkeit