Prof. Carolyn Metz - Peace Corps, Peru (1962-1964)

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Prof. Carolyn Metz - Peace Corps, Peru (1962-1964)

Prof. Carolyn Metz - Peace Corps, Peru (1962-1964)

Prof. Carolyn Metz - Peace Corps, Peru (1962-1964)

Home Page of Carolyn C. Metz

Office in Library Court.

(609) 637-3176.

Prof. Carolyn Metz

A.B. - Syracuse University (1958-1962).

Peace Corps, Peru (1962-1964).

A.B.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (1964-1968).

Excavated in Indiana, Peru, Egypt, Italy, Colombia, New Jersey.


Has taught:

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.

Human Evolution.

Origins of Civilization.

Introduction to Sociology.

Cultures of Latin America.

New World Archaeology.

Biological and Cultural Evolution. (Honors Course)

Primative Art and Culture. (Honors Course)

My Fall Class Schedule:

Anthropology 110

M, R


Bliss 228

Anthropology 110



Bliss 228

Anthropology 110

M, R


Bliss 228

Sociology 101



Bliss 228

"Everything is Relative"

"A Lone Baboon is a Dead Baboon"

"Life is an Oxymoron"

Send e-mail to cmetz@TCNJ.EDU.

or call (609) 637-3176.

"Check the Departmental Bulletin Board for Field School Opportunities."

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