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2008-present - Professor, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB;

Classes include:

Ancient Civilizations (ARKY 325)

Legacy of Mesoamerica (ARKY 345)

Archaeological Ceramics (ARKY 471)

Topics in Mesoamerican Archaeology; Mesoamerican Frontiers (ARKY 537/637) 

2001-2008 - Associate Professor, Department of  Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB;

Classes included:

Introduction to Archaeology (ARKY 201)

Ancient Civilizations (ARKY 325)

Ancient Mexico (ARKY 341)

Indians of Middle America (ARKY 345)

Regional Studies in Latin American Archaeology (ARKY 347)

Archaeological Ceramics (ARKY 471)

Mesoamerican Writing Systems (ARKY 511)

Gender in Archaeology (ARKY 503 & 531.77)

Archaeology and History of Mesoamerica (ARKY 637)

Historical Archaeology (ARKY 603)

Latin American Research Study (LAST 303)

Program Director for the Latin American Studies Field School in Puebla, Mexico (2007)

1999-2001 Assistant Professor, Department of Archaeology; University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

Classes included:

Ancient Civilizations (ARKY 325)

Ancient Mexico (ARKY 341)

Ancient Maya (ARKY 343)

Indians of Middle America (ARKY 345)

Regional Studies in Latin American Archaeology (ARKY 347)

Mesoamerican Writing Systems (ARKY 511)

Historical Archaeology (ARKY 531.75)

Ethnohistorical Archaeological of Culture Contact (ARKY 603.79)

Latin American Research Study (LAST 303)

Program Director for the Latin American Studies Field School in Oaxaca, Mexico (2001)

1997-1999 - Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Salve Regina University; Newport, RI;

Classes included:


Human Diversity: An Introduction to Anthropology (APG 110)

Cultural Anthropology (APG 200)

Introduction to Archaeology (APG 212/210)

Native Americans: Pre-Columbian Cultures of the Americas (APG 216)

Folklife and Culture (APG 217)

Gender in Prehistory (APG 219)

Physical Anthropology (APG 220)

Historical Archaeology (APG 221)

Past and Present in Oaxaca (APG 304)

Issues in Mesoamerican Archaeology (APG 306)

Archaeological Field Methods (APG 331)

Field Experience in Mexico (APG 333)

Anthropological/Archaeological Theory (APG 401)

 

1996-1997 - Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Art History, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Classes included:


Introduction to Mesoamerican Art (ARTH 277/ARTH 277W)

Colonial Mexican Art (ARTH 278/ARTH 278W)

 

1995-1997 - Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Brown University, Providence, RI;

 

1994-1995 - Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University, Providence, RI;

Classes included:


Art, Architecture, and Archaeology of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica (HA 88)

Rediscovering the Pre-Columbian World (HA 189)

 

1992-1994 - Mellon Fellow in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University, Providence, RI;

Classes included:


Art, Architecture, and Archaeology of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica (HA 88)

1492: The Encounter of Two Worlds (LM 100; with Dr. Douglas Cope)

Topics in Latin American Art: Image and Text in Ancient Mexico (HA 188)

Material Culture of Pre-Columbian Mexico: Museum Studies at the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology (HA 189)

Engendering the Americas (GISP)

Arts of the Americas (HA 89)

 

1989-1991 - Instructor, Elmira College, Elmira, NY

Introduction to Archaeology (ARC 1900-01), including archaeological field investigations at Quarry Farm, Elmira, NY.

1982 - Instructor (with Dr. Michael Lind), Universidad de las Americas, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico

Archaeological Field Program, including Mesoamerican Prehistory (AN 375), Archaeological Field Techniques (AN 484A), and Ceramics and Stratigraphy (AN 484B)

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