Bruce J. Bourque
BA: University of Massachusetts, Amherst; MA: University of Colorado, Boulder; PhD: Harvard University
Bruce J. Bourque, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, researches the prehistory of North America. He also does research on the ethnohistory of North American indigenous peoples. He is author of Diversity and Complexity in Prehistoric Maritime Societies: a Gulf of Maine Perspective (Plenum 1995), Twelve Thousand Years: American Indians in Maine (Nebraska 2001), and Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing and Costume (Washinton 2009, with Laureen LaBar).
- Anth 103: Introduction to Archaeology
- Anth 104: Introduction to Human Evolution
- Anth 222: First Encounters: European “Discovery” and North American Indians
- Anth 247: New World Archaeology
- Anth s32: Introduction to Archaeological Fieldwork