Full Time Faculty Members

Dr. Samuel E. Mark

Dr. Samuel E. Mark

Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology/Archeology)
and Department of Anthropology

Biography

marks@tamug.edu
(409) 741-4325

Bldg# 3007, Office 217

MAST Courses Taught:

ANTH 225 (Intro to Biological Anthropology)
ANTH 316 (Nautical Archaeology)
ANTH 351 (Classical Archaeology)
ANTH 423(Bioarchaeology)
CLAS 371 (In Search of Homer and Trojan War)
MAST 350 (History of Wooden Ship Construction)
MAST 354 (Ancient Egyptian Seafaring)




Thomas J. Oertling

Thomas J. Oertling

Instructional Assistant Professor,
Department of Liberal Studies (Nautical Archaeology)

Biography

oertlint@tamug.edu
(409) 741-4026

Bldg# 3026, Office 402

MAST Courses Taught:

ANTH 202 (Introduction to Archaeology)
ANTH 313 (Historical Archaeology)
ANTH 318 (Nautical Archaeology of the Americas)
HIST 232 (History of American Seapower)
MAST 345 (Texas Maritime History)
MAST 352 (Crafts of the Maritime World)
MAST 345 (Texas Maritime History)





Dr. Frederic B. Pearl

Associate Professor,
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology)
and Department of Marine Sciences

Biography

pearlf@tamug.edu
(409) 740-4935

Bldg# 3007, Office 103B

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST 371 (Archaeology of the Pacific)
MAST 333 (Viking Archaeology and Norse Mythology)




 JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz

Dr. Joann DiGeorgio-Lutz

Professor and Head,
Department of Liberal Studies,
Texas A&M Galveston.

Biography

digeorgj@tamug.edu
(409) 740-4463

Bldg# 3007, Office 128

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST 336 (Maritime Foreign Policy)
MAST 411 (International Maritime Culture)
MAST 425 (Thesis Writing and Research)
POLS 231 (Introduction to World Politics)




Dr. Stephen Curlry

Dr. Stephen Curley

Regents Professor (English) and an award-winning teacher of literature, writing, and film
Texas A&M University at Galveston

Biography

curleys@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4501

Bldg# 3007, Office 129

MAST Courses Taught:

ENGL 335 (Literature of the Sea)




Brett Furth

Dr. Brett Furth

Instructional Lecturer,
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology),
Texas A&M Galveston

Biography

furthb@tamug.edu

(409) 741-7147

Bldg# 3007, Office 106

MAST Courses Taught:

ANTH 210 (Social and Cultural Anthropology)




Dr. Elizabeth Nyman

Dr. Elizabeth Nyman

Assistant Professor,
MAST Program Coordinator
Department of Liberal Studies (Maritime Policy),
Texas A&M Galveston

enyman@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4762

Bldg# 3007, Office 217

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST 441 (Maritime Piracy)
POLS 347 (politics of Energy and the Environment)




Dr. Daniel S. Traber

Dr. Daniel S. Traber

Associate Professor,

Department of Liberal Studies (English),
Texas A&M Galveston

Biography

traberd@tamug.edu

(409) 741-4382

Bldg# 3007, Office 127

MAST Courses Taught:

ENGL 415 (Herman Melville’s Sea Novels)




Dr. Carol A. Bunch Davis

Dr. Carol A. Bunch Davis

Associate Professor and Assistant Department Head,

Department of Liberal Studies (English),
Texas A&M Galveston

Biography

davisc@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4425

Bldg# 3007, Office 126

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST 340 (Museums and the Construction of Identities)




Kristin Josvoll

Instructional Assistant Professor,

Department of Liberal Studies (Maritime Studies),
Texas A&M Galveston

kjosvoll@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4425

Bldg# 3007, Office 105B

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST 220 (Introduction to Museums and Conservation)
MAST 230 (Maritime Folklore)
MAST 240 (Introduction to Maritime Studies)
MAST 365 (Material Culture)
MAST 369 (Collections and Conservation)
MAST 470 (Advanced Museums Studies)




Dr. Darren K. Domsky

Dr. Darren K. Domsky

Associate Professor,

Department of Liberal Studies (Philosophy),
Texas A&M Galveston

Biography

domskyd@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4827

Bldg# 3007, Office 214

MAST Courses Taught:

PHIL 314 (Environmental Ethics)




Dr. Donald E.Willett

Dr. Donald E.Willett

Professor,

Department of Liberal Studies (History),
Texas A&M Galveston

Biography

willettd@tamug.edu

(409) 740-4722

Bldg# 3007, Office 131

MAST Courses Taught:

MAST Courses Taught: HIST 242 (US Maritime History)