William McFarlane

Chair, Anthropology

Education: BA Anthropology, 1995 (University of Central Florida), MA Anthropology, 1999 (SUNY-Buffalo), PhD Anthropology, 2005 (SUNY-Buffalo)

Courses Taught: Cultural Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Archaeology, Method and Theory in Archaeology, Fieldwork in Anthropology, Ethnicity in Central America, Methods in Cultural Anthropology, History of Central America

Research Interests: Mesoamerican archaeology, interregional interaction, lithic analysis, ancient economic systems, political economy, cooperation and corporate political systems