AAS Faculty and Staff
ProfessorOffice: Social Sciences 227
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Dr. Campbell is a cultural anthropologist who is interested in health issues, particularly among Native Americans. He has conducted ethnographic field research among Native Americans of the Great Plains. His research interests are social epidemiology, demography, social organization, ethnic studies, and critical anthropology. He earned the Ph.D. degree from University of Oklahoma in 1987.
Sociocultural Anthropology; Native American Health Issues; Cultural Heritage, Ethnicity
Introduction to Anthropology (ANTH 101H)
Race and Minorities (ANTH 102S)
Native Peoples of Montana (ANTH 323H)
Culture & Identity (ANTH 328S)
Peoples and Cultures of the World (ANTH 330H)
Anthropological Museology (ANTH 404)
Culture, Health, and Healing (ANTH 444)
Contemporary Anthropological Thought (ANTH 500)
Seminar in Ethnology (ANTH 520)
Issues in Cultural Heritage (ANTH 600)