SALISBURY UNIVERSITY


Anthropology

Elizabeth A. Ragan

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Associate Professor
Historical Archaeology: Early Medieval Scotland and
    17th-century Chesapeake

Coordinator, 
Anthropology Track and Anthropology Minor

Department of History
Fulton School of Liberal Arts
Salisbury University
Salisbury, Maryland 21801

Spring 2015 Office hours:
Tuesday 10–11am and 12:30–2pm; Wednesday noon–1pm;
Thursday 12:30–2pm; or by appointment

Office: Holloway Hall 380
Telephone: 410-548-4502

Email: earagan@salisbury.edu

Standing in the inauguration stone at Dunadd, capital of the Dalriada Scots, Argyll, 2013

Spring 2015 Classes
Students enrolled in these courses should go to their MyClasses accounts for more information.

ANTH 102     Biological Anthropology and Archaeology

ANTH 201     Cultural Anthropology Survey—Native North America

ANTH 495     Seminar in Anthropology—War and Conflict

ANTH 497     Undergraduate Research

Soloing the canoe in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, 2012

Current Research

Director, Thornton Project: a joint Salisbury University and Somerset County Historical Trust archaeological exploration of one of Somerset County, Maryland's first European settlements.  Fieldwork on this late 17th-century site was completed in the summer of 2002, and we are now completing analysis at the Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture.  If you are interested in participating in archaeological field or labwork, feel free to contact me!

Other Positions

Co-director, Algonquin Canoe New Student Outdoor Experience

Board Member, Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture

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