Charles Fithian



    Lecturer in Anthropology
    • M.A., Salisbury University, 2006
    • B.A., Salisbury State College, 1977
    • A.A., Wesley College, 1974
    Research Spotlight
    • Archaeology of Colonial and Revolutionary America, and Early American Republic
    • Historical Archaeology of the Mid-Atlantic Region
    • Environmental Archaeology
    • Conflict Archaeology
    • Anthropology of Military and Naval Organizations
    • Seafaring and Maritime Cultures
    • Archaeology and History of the Atlantic World
    • Experimental Archaeology/Living History
    • Material Culture Studies
    • British History
    • Archaeology of His Majesty’s Sloop of War DeBraak
    • 1814 Weather Notebook of John Fisher
    • War of 1812 in the Mid-Atlantic Region
    • Marine Archaeology
    • Historical Archaeology
    • Introduction to Environmental Anthropology
    Professional Experience
    • Curator of Archaeology, Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, 1986-2014
    • Historic St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Interpreter, 1981; Archaeologist, 1982-1986
    • Began working in archaeology in 1977

    I enjoy diving, sailing, kayaking, birding, hiking, reading, and traveling