Stanton W. Green, Ph.D.
- Professor Emeritus
- Scholarly Interests: Irish Archaeology, Public Archaeology, Archaeological Theory, GIS, Baseball & American History
Department: History and Anthropology
Former dean of the McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences; Currently Adjunct Professor at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Waterford Ireland.
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
M.A., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
B.A., Stony Brook University
Professor Green is an archaeologist, who has
led major field research projects in South Carolina and Ireland. He is
currently co-director of the Creadan Head Archaeological Project in Waterford
Ireland, a major heritage project being conducted in collaboration with County
Waterford and the Village of Dunmore East to document and exhibit the earliest
prehistory of the area. In the broader context he is co-editing a volume for
the World Archaeological Congress on Archaeology and Heritage as a Public Good.
Since the early 1990’s he has also studied The Anthropology of baseball as an American Institution and the role of the liberal arts in the transformation of American Higher Education. His most current teaching focuses on Climate Change, a topic he has researched since the 1970’s. All of these interests are framed by a general anthropological expertise on culture change and a commitment to preparing today’s students for their lives and careers.
Dr. Green has published over 40 professional
articles, co-edited two major volumes on Archaeological Theory and Geographic
Information Systems, and presented his work throughout the US and Europe (complete Vita available on personal
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