Title: Adjunct Instructor Department: Liberal Studies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Frisbie 300 Office Phone: (518) 255-5777 Office Hours: By appointment.
Areas of Expertise: Egyptology
Courses Taught World Civilization I
Amy M. Wilson is an adjunct professor of History at SUNY Cobleskill, and has worked as an archaeologist in America and Egypt. After double-majoring in Archaeological Studies and Anthropology at SUNY Potsdam, she received her first MA (in Mediterranean Archaeology) from the University of Bristol (UK) and her second MA (in Egyptology) from the American University in Cairo, Egypt. She is a senior supervisor of the Kom Ahmer & Kom Wasit Archaeological Project and a member of the Wadi el-Hudi Expedition. She also works on several other archaeological surveys within the northeastern United States.
Jagendorf-Sobierajski, Susan Eileen – internationalizing the curriculum, international student and scholar regulations, ESL, linguistic issues, Spanish, international academic program articulations, intercultural understanding and negotiations
Rivera, Salvador – Latin America, Economics, Politics, Cultural Integration, Cuban Military
Title: Professor Department: Liberal Studies E-mail: email@example.com Office Location: Ryder Hall 216 Office Phone: 518-255-5661 Office Hours: Tues/Thurs, and by appt.
Area of Expertise: Anthropology
Courses Taught: Full Range of Courses in Anthropology; Western Civilization Survey
About Me: Research Interests in the Origin of the State; Archaeological Theory; Mesoamerica, Mesopotamia; Egypt; Evolution of Early Cultural Complexity; Early Agriculture, particularly hydraulic applications.
Owner, with Dr. Marsha Descartes, and Operator of Beaver Dam Farms, Berne, NY, a Registered Polled Hereford operation since 1977.
Curriculum Vitae: Resume with full information on employment experience, symposium, research experience , grants, additional publications, available on demand.
1981 The New School for Social Research, Ph.D. Anthropology
Dissertation: “Karl Wittfogel and the Nomothetic Revival in Anthropology”.
Committee: Michael J. Harner, Chair; Stanley Diamond; Rayna Rapp
1972 University at Albany, M.A. Anthropology
1970 University of Buffalo, B.A. Anthropology
Minors: Classics; European History
1998 University at Albany, M.A. History
1991 University at Albany M.L.S.
2011 – present : University of Manchester, UK Program in Egyptology
Dansville Central High School, Dansville, NY
Star Farmer Award 1961
Livingston County Public Speaking Champion 1961
St. Anne’s Academy, Manhattan, NY
2006 “Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Ancient Greece” in Ancient Greece, T.L. Sienkewicz, ed., Pasadena.
2005 “England’s Agricultural Revolution”, in The Seventeenth Century, L.J. Taylor, Pasadena.
2005 ” Reign of Montezuma II, 1502-1520″ in ,The Renaissance and Early Modern Era, C.J. Moose, ed, Pasadena.
2004 “Ubaid Culture Flourishes in Mesopotamia”, in The Ancient World, Mark W. Chavalas, ed. Pasadena.
2004 “Halafian People in Northern Mesopotamia” in Great Event from History: The Ancient World, Pasadena.
2004 “Hohokam Adapt to the Desert Southwest”, in The Middle Ages, Brian A. Pavlac, ed. , Pasadena
2002 “Agricultural and Animal Husbandry” in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 1, Pasadena.
2002 “Fertile Crescent” in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 2, Pasadena.
2002 “Natufian Culture”, in Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Vol. 2, Pasadena.
1974 “The Cabot Site: A Ceramic Period Occupation, North Haven Island, Maine”, Maine Archaeological Society Bulletin 14 (2).
Research and Grants: Listed on Resume, available on demand.
Title: Executive Director Department: International Education E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Bouck 116 Office Phone: x5558
Areas of Expertise: internationalizing the curriculum, international student and scholar regulations, ESL, linguistic issues, Spanish, international academic program articulations, intercultural understanding and negotiations