Todd J. Braje

Educational Background

Ph.D.
Anthropology
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR
M.A.
Anthropology
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
B.A.
Anthropology
Beloit College
Beloit, WI

Contact Info

Phone: 707.826.4948
Office: BSS 524
Email: tjb50@humboldt.edu

 

Available February 2010:

Braje Modern Oceans, Ancient Sites

Todd J. Braje, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology

Teaching Specialties

  • Archaeology of Maritime Societies
  • Historical Ecology of Maritime Ecosystems
  • Complex Hunter-Gatherer-Fisher Studies
  • Peopling of the Americas
  • Early Coastal Migrations
  • Channel Islands Archaeology
  • North American Archaeology
  • Caribbean Archaeology
  • California Archaeology
  • Tribal Consultation and Collaboration

Teaching Experience

I have taught a variety of graduate and undergraduate classes at the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and Humboldt State University, including: Archaeology and World Prehistory, Archaeology Lab, Trans-Atlantic Myths in Anthropology, Paradise Lost?: Human Impacts in Antiquity, Coastal Archaeology, North American Archaeology, and Fundamentals of Archaeology.

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