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Jason J. González

UGA Arch
Undergraduate Coordinator

Dr. González teaches many of the introductory course sections and a few smaller upper level courses.  Dr. González has not done anthropological research in a while, being focused on teaching, but his past research focused on Classic Maya archaeology in Belize, with interests in built environments, political/domestic/ritual landscapes, political and social organization, human/environmental dynamics, and the negotiation of daily power relationships.  

Courses Regularly Taught:

PhD, Anthropology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2013, 

MA, Anthropology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1998

BA, Archaeological Studies, Boston University, 1993

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