Dr. Jerry R. Galm received his B.A. degree from Michigan State University and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Washington State University. His dissertation research focused on Archaic (Wister) and Early Woodland (Fourche Maline) archaeological cultural developments in eastern Oklahoma. Following stops at the University of Oklahoma and the University of West Florida he accepted a position at Eastern in 1981. Dr. Galm spent many years in applied research in addition to teaching and has specialized in lithic technology and the prehistory of the Pacific Northwest since 1981. His previous research includes a coastal erosion study in West Africa as well as archaeological studies throughout the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Galm also traveled to South Kazakhstan State University in Shymkent, Kazakhstan, during the winter of 2007-2008 on a Fulbright Grant.
Courses: ANTH 101 Cultural Anthropology; ANTH 457 World Archaeology; ANTH 342 Tribes, Bands, and Chiefdoms; ANTH 347 Peoples of Africa; ANTH 358 Medical Anthropology, ANTH 355 Indians of North America; ANTH 450 Cultural Ecology
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