Dr. Jeanne Marie Stumpf-Carome
John Carroll University, B.A., Humanities, 1974;
Case Western Reserve University (Four-field), M.A., Anthropology, 1978;
Cleveland State University, M.S., Urban Studies, 1980;
University of California, Berkeley. Ph.D., Social-Cultural Anthropology, 1992.
Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Fulbright Scholar 1988-89, Singapore.
Country Specialist Amnesty International USA, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, 1996 to present.
Post-graduate study Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, 1999 to present.
Hobby: Contemplating the relationships, if any, between critical theory and the theory-of-everything.
Southeast Asia, Singapore and Malaysia; economic development, globalization, ecotourism; psychological anthropology, identity formation; urban and applied development policy. i.e. enterprise zones, human rights, cultural rights, social inequality; and critical theory as a theory of everything or vise-versa.
Rights issues and policies
Fall Courses 2013
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology - ANTH 18630-480
Introduction to Archaeology - ANTH 18420-480
Human Evolution - ANTH 18639-400
Issues in Human Evolution - ANTH 18631-400Inequality in Societies - SOC 32570-490