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Christopher B. Rodning, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Anthropology
Tulane University
101 Dinwiddie Hall
6823 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118 USA


crodning@tulane.edu
http://www.tulane.edu/~crodning/


office 504.862.3051
department office 504.865.5336
department fax 504.865.5338
mobile 504.606.3788
LINK | for archaeology graduate students

LINK | for undergraduate anthropology majors


INTERESTS
archaeology
architecture
culture contact and colonialism
mortuary practices
gender
chiefdoms
southeastern North America
western North Carolina
Southern Appalachians
Gulf South



COURSES
Introduction to Archaeology
Proseminar in Anthropology
Archaeology of Gender
Archaeology of Colonialism
Culture Contact and Colonialism
Archaeology of Cultural Landscapes
North American Prehistory
Southeastern U.S. Prehistory
Warfare
Europe Before History
Roots of Western Civilization
Research Design in Anthropology


PROJECTS


Lower Mississippi Valley Landscape Archaeology Project
Resilience and Monumentality


The Protohistoric Southeast
Entanglement, Ethnogenesis, and Chaos Theory


Exploring Joara
Native American Towns and Early European Contact in the Western North Carolina Piedmont
(with David G. Moore, Ph.D., and Robin A. Beck, Jr., Ph.D.)


Cherokee Towns
The Cultural Landscape of the Appalachian Summit Province in Southwestern North Carolina



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Chris Rodning 20 August 2014 Tulane University