My teaching includes undergraduate and graduate level instruction
in both formal and informal settings. In addition to regularly scheduled
courses I am pleased to work with students interested in readings
courses (at graduate and undergraduate levels) or undergraduate
The common theme running through these classes is a focus on understanding
our world in ways that enable us to make informed and progressive
interventions. Students working with me in courses or as research
assistants or graduate advisees share the opportunity to directly
engage in real-time research and to benefit from a range of collaborative
learning and research opportunities.
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Current Courses, 2016-2017
First Nations BC: Cultures and Resources. [Term 1].
ANTH 461 [NEW Version] Traditional Ecological Knoweldge (Hunting, Fishing, and Plant Harvesting). [Term 1].
ANTH 472 Social Inequality. [Term 2]
ANTH 403 - 502B
Ts'msyeen (Tsimshian) and the North Coast of BC -Advanced Ethnography
ANTH 100 Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
[old outlines, grades and evaluations] First Nations of British Columbia
ANTH 300 Contemporary Anthropological Theory.
ANTH 304 Ethnography of the Northwest Coast
ANTH 329 First Nations in Canada
ANTH 330 (3) Rural People in the Global Economy
ANTH 400 History of Anthropology
ANTH 409 RMES 500Q Applied Anthropology (Natural Resource and Educational Policy Focus)
ANTH 460/461/515B, RMES 500Q Local Ecological Knowledge [Old Version]
ANTH 461 / RMES 500Q Local Ecological Knowledge
ANTH 470A Contemporary Theory: History and Anthropology
ANTH 470B Contemporary Theory: Anthropology, Espionage, and the Ethics
ANTH 478 Ethnographic Video Production.
ANTH 495/540C Ecology, Social Science, and Fisheries Crises
ANTH 500(6) History of
ANTH 515(x-listed as ANTH 461).
Anthropological Study of Local & Traditional Ecological Knowledge. [Term 1].
ANTH 516 Anthropological Research Methods Seminar
Marxism, Materialism and Anthropology.
ANTH 534 Ethnographic Field School