Instructor for ANTH 130 Great Discoveries in Archaeology. I independently designed and taught a novel introductory anthropology course on archaeology. The course covered basic concepts in the field, prehistory and human origins, and major archeological periods including the Upper Paleolithic. We also discussed major archaeological cultures and features, such as megaliths and complex societies, with a special focus on social structural underpinnings and implications for human cultural evolution.
Zachary H. Garfield
Behavioral scientist & anthropologist
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse.
Adjunct Faculty at Washington State University, Department of Anthropology.
Co-director of The Omo Valley Research Project.