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Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 I am teaching

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

and

        Introduction to Anthropology (ANTH 101)


Spring 2010 I teach

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

Fall 2009 I taught

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

        Introduction to Anthropology (ANTH 101) and

        Cultural Geography (GEOG 241)

Spring 2009 I taught

        Sustainability Failure: The Collapse of the Classic Maya Civilization (ANTH 295 Special Topic), and

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

Fall 2008 I taught

        Introduction to Anthropology (ANTH 101) and

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

Spring 2008 I taught

        Comparative Early Civilizations (ANTH 295 Special Topic)

            We used archaeological and historical evidence to study several early civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River Valley, Minoan/Mycenaean, China, Mesoamerica, and Peru.

        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (EASC/GEOG 275)

            We will use the ESRI ArcGIS 9.2 software to learn to use modern GIs systems for analysis and mapping in several disciplines.

Fall 2007 I taught

The Ancient Maya

* (ANTH_295_01_200810) Special Topics

and

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

 
 

For detailed information about them, see the Blackboard web site at Longwood.

 
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