Dr. John T. Dorwin received his Ph.D. from Indiana University with a dissertation on late prehistoric archaeological cultures of central Indiana. After teaching for six years in Kentucky and North Carolina he formed a Cultural Resource Management firm and for fourteen years directed terrestrial and underwater archaeological and historical investigations under contract to state and federal agencies as well as corporate clients. He returned to teaching in 1990, specializing in underwater archaeology and principles of historical and anthropological archaeology.
Courses: ANTH 101 Cultural Anthropology; ANTH 452 Underwater Archaeology; ANTH 355 Indians of North America; ANTH 301 Principles of Archaeology
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