On leave Spring 2015
- SOAN 110: Introduction to Anthropology
- SOAN 122: Anthropology of Humor
- SOAN 234: Ecology, Economy, and Culture
- SOAN 241: Guatemala Program: Mesoamerican Cultures
- SOAN 251: Guatemala Program: Resource Management, Community Development, and Social Change
- SOAN 259: Comparative Issues in Native North America
- SOAN 260: Myth, Ritual, and Symbolism
- SOAN 290: Guatemala Program: Field Methods and Independent Research
- SOAN 302: Anthropology and Indigenous Rights
- SOAN 331: Anthropological Thought and Theory
Jerome ("Jay") Levi, (M.Phil Cambridge, A.B., Ph.D. Harvard) is Professor of Anthropology at Carleton College in Northfield, MN. He teaches and publishes widely on anthropological approaches to the study of ethnicity, religion, economics, and indigenous rights, and has conducted fieldwork with indigenous peoples in Mexico (focusing on the Tzotzil and Tarahumara), the Southwest United States, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Israel, and the West Bank. Over the years, his work on the human rights of indigenous peoples has been presented to the United States Congress, the World Bank, and the United Nations.
To view a bibliography of Jay's work, click here.
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