Welcome to my home page located at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.
I am a professor of anthropology and Native American stuedies in the Department of Sociology. Anthropology and Social Work at the College of Arts and Sciences.
I w\eill be on sabbatical and will leave Creighton for Fordham University on December 11th, 2012. My Creighton address will still be valid.
The Fall 2012 semester I taught AMS/ANT/NAS 340 Native American Cultures and Health. Last semester I taught ANT/NAS/THL 358 Critical Issues in the Study of Native American Religions.
I am also preparing an on-line course for the Masters Programs in Medical Anthropology: MMA 650 Indigenous Health Issues.
In the Fall of 2012, a new trip organizer will head the Lakota Immersion Mentorship Program. This program is open to faculty and staff at Creighton University.
I was a member of the Accessibility Committee as well as the faculty advisor for Hui-O-Hawaii, a student organization on campus.
I was the director the Native American Studies program.I am also a member of Creighton's Alpha Sigma Nu and Phi Beta Kappa Chapters. I lived during my last years in the Jesuit Residence in Creighton Hall. I am also an avid albeit somewhat shaky photographer/ Please feel free to visit my photostream on Flickr .
I am on the boards of Comunidad Maya Pixan Ixim and Woodstock Theological Center. I am also a member of Red Cloud's Pastoral Committee and Heritage Center (Museum) Committee and I consult for the Tekakwitha Conference. The Native Studies Program and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are also hosting a Maya Celebration of the Fiest of Saint Eulslia. on February 10th, 2013.
Please feel free to explore my pages. I try to keep the material updated, but once in awhile time catches up with me! If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to E-Mail me.
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