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Full Time Faculty      

Dr. Samuel E. Mark
Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology/Archeology)
and Department of Anthropology



marks@tamug.edu
Phone: (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
Instructional Assistant Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Nautical Archaeology)



oertlint@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 741-4026
Bldg# 3026, Office 402

Biography of Thomas J. Oertling

MAST Courses Taught:

  • ANTH 202 (Introduction to Archaeology)
  • ANTH 313 (Historical Archaeology)
  • ANTH 318 (Nautical Archaeology of the Americas)
  • MAST 345 (Texas Maritime History)
  • MAST 352 (Crafts of the Maritime World)
  • MAST 345 (Texas Maritime History)
  • MAST 441 (Maritime Piracy)




Dr. Frederic B. Pearl
Associate Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology)
and Department of Marine Sciences



pearlf@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 740-4935
Bldg# 3007, Office 103B

Biography of Dr. Frederic B. Pearl

MAST Courses Taught:

  • ANTH 350 (European Archaeology)
  • MAST 371 (Archaeology of the Pacific)
  • MAST 333 (Viking Archaeology and Norse Mythology)




Dr. JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz
Professor and Head, Department of Liberal Studies, Texas A&M Galveston



digeorgj@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 740-4463
Bldg# 3007, Office 128

Biography of Dr. JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz

MAST Courses Taught:

  • MAST 336 (Maritime Foreign Policy)
  • MAST 425 (Thesis Writing and Research)




Dr. Brett Furth
Instructional Assistant Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Anthropology), Texas A&M Galveston



furthb@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 741-7147
Bldg# 3007, Office 106

MAST Courses Taught:

  • ANTH 210 (Social and Cultural Anthropology)
  • MAST 425




Dr. Elizabeth Nyman
Assistant Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (Maritime Policy), Texas A&M Galveston



enyman@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 740-4762

Bldg# 3007, Office 217

Biography of Dr. Elizabeth Nyman

MAST Courses Taught:

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




Dr. Daniel S. Traber
Professor
Department of Liberal Studies (English), Texas A&M Galveston



traberd@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 741-4382
Bldg# 3007, Office 127

Biography of Dr. Daniel S. Traber

MAST Courses Taught:

  • ENGL 415 (Herman Melville’s Sea Novels)




Dr. Carol A. Bunch Davis
Associate Professor and Assistant Department Head
Department of Liberal Studies (English), Texas A&M Galveston



davisc@tamug.edu
Phone: (409) 740-4425
Bldg# 3007, Office 126

Biography of Dr. Carol A. Bunch Davis

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
Phone: (409) 740-4425
Bldg# 3007, Office 105B

Biography of Kristin Josvoll

MAST Courses Taught:

  • MAST 220 (Introduction to Museums and Conservation)
  • MAST 226 (Museums Law and Ethics)
  • 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. Thomas Blake Earle
Assistant Professor



MAST Courses Taught:

  • HIST 242 (United States Maritime History)
  • HIST 232 (History of American Sea Power)




Dr. Kathryn Echols
Instructional Associate Professor



MAST Courses Taught:

  • ENGL 335 (Literature of the Sea)




Laura White
Scientific Diving Safety Officer
Department of Liberal Studies



lauragwhite@tamu.edu
Phone: (409) 740.4067
Sea Aggie Center, Office 307

Biography of Laura White

MAST Courses Taught:

  • ANTH 225 (Introduction to Biological Anthropology)
  • MAST 265 (Elissa Sail Training)




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