J.D., Harvard Law School (expected 2021)
M.Phil. Archaeology, University of Cambridge (2016)
B.A. Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley (2015)
Welcome to my faculty directory page! I've been teaching anthropology at Columbia College since 2017. Anthropology is an ideal subject for those interested in learning and thinking more about the past, present, and future of humankind. My own research interests include the protection and preservation of cultural heritage through international law, the political uses of the past, and the anthropology of heritage.
Courses taught (varies by semester):
Anthropology 1, Biological Anthropology (Fall 2017 - Fall 2019)
Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (Spring 2019)
Anthropology 10, Archaeology (Spring 2018)
Open-access textbook for Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology: Perspectives: An Open Invitation to Cultural Anthropology
Resources for those interested in learning more about anthropology:
- What is Anthropology? and Careers in Anthropology pages by the American Anthropological Association.
- A handout on the kinds of writing encountered in anthropology, by The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina.
- News in anthropology and archaeology from The New York Times.
- The anthropology department websites for a number of local institutions, including CSU Stanislaus, UC Merced, Sacramento State, UC Davis, Stanford, and UC Berkeley.