Julie Markin



    Chair, Associate Professor of Anthropology
    • Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2007
    • B.A., University of Alabama
    • Origins of inequality: Southeastern US chiefdoms
    • Archaeological ethics
    • Subsistence and settlement patterns
    • Cultural meaning of the built environment
    • Prehistoric demographic change
    • Mapping social change through material culture changes
    • Cultures and Environments of the Chesapeake
    • Cultures and Environments of the Southwest
    • Sex, Gender, and Culture
    • North American Indians
    • Visual Anthropology
    • Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    • Introduction to Environmental Archaeology
    • Archaeological Field and Laboratory Methods
    • Vikings: The Original Globetrotters
    • Mysteries of the Ancient World
    Professional Experience
    • Research Archaeologist, Toltec Mounds Archaeological Park, 2005-2007
    • Staff Archaeologist, Coosawattee Foundation, 2001-2004
    • Assistant Field Director, Alabama Museum of Natural History Expedition, 2001