The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Joel Gunn, Ph.D.

Joel Gunn, Ph.D.

Department: Anthropology
Office: 426 Graham Bldg.
Telephone: 336.334.5132
Email: jdgunn@uncg.edu

 

Curriculum Vitae

Education:

Ph.D., The University of Pittsburg, 1974
Anthropology

M.A., The University of Kansas, 1971
Anthropology

B.A., The University of Kansas, 1968
History

Areas of Specialization

Global Climate Change Impacts on Local Cultures and Hydrology;
Sustainability in Maya Lowlands; Regional Landscape Studies;
Numerical and Lithic Analysis; Complex Systems Theory

Academic Experience:

Lecturer in Anthropology, 2005–Present
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Associated Researcher, 1989-Present
Centro de Investigaciones Históricas y Sociales
Universidad Autónoma de Campeche, Mexico

Senior Archaeologist, 2001–2004
New South Associates

Adjunct Lecturer, 2000–2004
Randolph Community College

Visiting Professor in Anthropology, 1987–1988
Duke University

Associate Professor in Social Sciences, 1975–1989
University of Texas at San Antonio

Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology, 1975
University of Texas at Austin

Summary of Experience

Dr. Gunn is a professional anthropologist with 35 years of postgraduate experience in the field. His background includes teaching at major universities, administration, pure research, and applied anthropology and archaeology. His field experience encompasses cultures in the southeastern United States, Mesoamerica, Southern Europe and Cyprus. Dr. Gunn's areas of emphasis include global climate change as it affects local cultures, ecologies, and landscapes. He is especially interested in complex systems modeling of cultural change processes. He has published numerous books, articles, chapters, and reports on cultural change. Dr. Gunn has undertaken the study of modern global climate not only as an adjunct study to support anthropological investigations of local environments; taking a long term perspective on modern problems, he is applying knowledge of current and past climates to the future of global environmental policy, especially as relates to sustainability issues.

BLS Program Notes

Spring 2014 Class Dates
BLS Session 1 (POT A)
• 13 Jan: Session Begins
• 15 Jan: Add/Drop Ends
• 05 Feb: W Deadline
• 28 Feb: Session Ends
BLS Session 2 (POT B)
• 03 Mar: Session Begins
• 05 Mar: Add/Drop Ends
• 03 Apr: W Deadline
• 38 Apr: Session Ends
Full Semester (POT 1)
• 13 Jan: Session Begins
• 17 Jan: Add/Drop Ends
• 07 Mar: W Deadline
• 29 Apr: Session Ends
• 07 May: Exams End

Congratulations to our December 2014 Graduates!
Aaron Baldwin
Beverly Brownlee
Lauren Casey
Roy Collie ***
Corrine Collinson
Brianna DeCarmine
Holli Duke
Laura Frantz *
Laura Hibberts
Kristina Hill **
Amanda Johnson
Amy Lomellini ***
Tracy Matthews
Jacquelyn McKenna ***
Christina Merrill
Pamela Myers
Bridgette Noll ***
Mackenzie Ratledge
Krystal Reynolds
Eva Richardson-Rivers
Shela Smiley
Jessica Trotman
Kelly Vogel-Dye

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