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Vice Provost for Research and Engagement; Research Associate Professor of Anthropology BA, University of New Hampshire; PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Email: tcguldbrandsen@plymouth.edu Contact information: Office phone: 603-535-3434 office address: Speare Hall 220C MSC #39

Teaching Lecturer, Philosophy and Anthropology BA, Plymouth State College; MTS, STM, PhD, Boston University Email: samerrill1@plymouth.edu Contact Information 603-535-2423 Hyde Hall 408 MSC #30

Professor of Anthropology-Sociology BA, University of Virginia; MS, Florida State University; PhD, University of Virginia Email: rheiner@plymouth.edu Office: Memorial Hall 102 Phone: (603) 535-2507 Spring Office Hours:  On sabbatical Spring 2016 About Robert Heiner Since Bob Heiner was a kid he was interested in crime and this interest eventuated in a Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Virginia, where […]

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Introduces the Social Science student to the importance and uses of Statistics in disciplines such as History, Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work and Political Science. Focuses on a beginning level understanding of probability, descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using applied examples from Social Science disciplines. Students are also introduced to computer applications for Social Science […]

Concepts of illness, wellness, and healing reflect the societies and cultures in which they are found. Compares ways in which a variety of Western (e.g., France, Germany, United States) and non-Western (South American, African) societies and cultures think about and institutionalize health and illness. Selected topics include: changing health and nutritional status from human prehistory […]

Heritage Studies Foundations is designed for those interested in bringing heritage studies to areas such as schools, museums, and historical societies. Relevant concepts and techniques used in history, geography, English, anthropology, and sociology will be presented so participants may create models for class exercises, build museum exhibits, and incorporate heritage studies methodology into their work. […]

Exploration of hip-hop through the “broad spectrum approach” of performance studies. Use of anthropology, ethnography, writing, data, and theatre and ritual studies support student inquiry. Students create and perform hip-hop through lyric writing, visual art, and breakdance. Falls and Springs. (CTDI)