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Caitlin Curtis, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Geography and Anthropology Department
  • Ph.D., University at Buffalo, 2017
  • PHONE: (262) 595-3244
  • EMAIL: curtisc@uwp.edu
Caitlin Curtis

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Participatory mapping & GIS
  • Community engagement
  • Cultural heritage studies
  • Neolithic-Chalcolithic archaeology of Turkey
  • Sustainability
Caitlin's research interests include participatory mapping, GIS applications to social questions, cultural heritage studies, community engagement in heritage management, and sustainability. At the University at Buffalo, she received her PhD in Anthropology with specialization in Archaeology in 2017, and her MA in Geography with specialization in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in 2012. In addition to her longstanding archaeological and heritage research in Turkey, she is also currently developing an educational outreach project at an Armenian archaeological site and a community mapping project focused on UNESCO sites in Greenland. She is excited to bring these projects and research interests into the classroom to engage students at the forefront of heritage and GIS.
ANTH 100 - INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 201 - ARCHAEOLOGY
ANTH 201 - INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
ANTH 320 - HERITAGE AND TOURISM
ANTH 390 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 491 - ANTHROPOLOGY FIELDWORK
ANTH 494 - INTERNSHIP IN ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
ANTH 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
GEOG 108 - CULTURE/ENVIRON SUSTAINABILITY
GEOG 460 - INTRODUCTION TO GIS ANALYSIS
GEOG 465 - ADVANCED GIS APPLICATIONS
GEOG 491 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN GIS:
GEOG 494 - INTERNSHIP IN GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
GEOG 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
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