Syllabi and Course Materials

Courses Taught/Developed

Introduction to Archaeology

  • Syllabus
    • Developed and taught full course as the lead instructor during Spring 2015, and have course materials and activities ready
  • Rated as far above average by students, and reviews available

Method and Theory in Historical Archaeology

  • Syllabus
    • Developed and will teach full course as the lead instructor during Spring 2015, and have full syllabus developed

Methods in Cultural Heritage

  • Syllabus
    • Helped to develop and teach Cultural Heritage Methods course during Summer 2014, and have expanded on that syllabus for a full semester course

Course Proposals

Let’s Talk About Death! Pop Culture, the Macabre and Death

  • Syllabus
    • From my experience blogging and doing public engagement, I am proposing a course that uses pop culture as a way to engage students in discussions about death, diversity, and mortuary archaeology.

Archaeology of Death

  • Syllabus
    • As part of my dissertation writing, I have done extensive research on mortuary archaeology broadly, including theory and method, and created an extensive 75-source bibliography for my comprehensive exams- this course stems from that experience.

Introduction to Bioarchaeology

  • Syllabus
    • Developed based on Masters training, field work and dissertation research; I have extensive experience in bioarchaeology, including theory, methods, and practical lab and field work

Methods in Digital Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

  • Syllabus
    • Developed full syllabus on digital methods based on experience with Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative, experience as teaching assistant for summer field school on mobile cultural heritage methods, and experience running workshops on digital methods from social media, digital identity, website development, and web mapping for the MSU Graduate School

Other Courses

  • Archaeology Theory (In progress developing syllabus!)
  • Space, Place and Archaeology: Geographic Information Systems for Archaeology
  • Dark Age Archaeology: Early Medieval to Late Antique Archaeology
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