Sean Daley

Associate Professor

Education: BA, American Indian Studies and Anthropology, 1996 (Rutgers University); MA, American Indian Studies, 1998 (University of Arizona); PhD, Anthropology, 2005 (University of Connecticut)

Courses Taught: Cultural Anthropology, World Cultures, Native Americans, Other People’s Worlds, Social Anthropology, Native American Art, Peoples and Cultures of North America, Contemporary Native Americans, Cultures of the American Southwest Course and Field School

Research Interests: American ranch and farm life, cowboy cultures of the American West, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of southern Utah, southern Utah “Downwinders,” American Indian religions and world views, American Indian federal laws and policies, contemporary American Indian reservation life, and contemporary American Indian tribal governance