Dr. Geiger is an associate lecturer in anthropology specializing in cultural anthropology. Dr. Geiger teaches Cultural Anthropology, General Anthropology, Peoples of the World, Magic, Ritual and Belief, Sex Gender and Culture, Environmental Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Peoples of Southeast Asia, Southeast Indians, High Plains Indians, Ethnography of North American Indians, History of Anthropological Thought, and Human Species.
- Refugees; Cambodia; Papua New Guinea
- Farming Systems Research Vietnam
- Human Ecology; American Culture
- Theory of Sociocultural Change
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Congratulations to Dr. Vance Geiger for being promoted to the rank of Associate Lecturer effective Fall 2013!
In the News
Anthropology Student Sheds Light on European Crisis
Adam Kersch, second-year master’s student and graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Anthropology, has been named a guest columnist with the Orlando Sentinel. His new article, which was published…