coordinator, Native American Scholarship program
Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Albany SUNY 1996 M.Ed. Secondary Ed. /Multiculturalism, St. Michae's College 1981 M.A. Anthropology, University of Buffalo SNY 1977 B.A. Anthropology, University of Vermont 1975
I've been in higher education since 1977, at a collegegs/universities in NY, VT, NH and now Maine, teaching a range of subjects: anthropology (of course), also archaeology, sociology, history, women's studies, music, and folklore
I can teach Vocal music, traditional arts and crafts--like spinning, weaving, quilting, embroidery, cooking, herbal medicines
currently working on a text: Anthropology and Magic
my research interests include symbolic anthropology, psychological anthropology, and identity theory. I am particularly interested in comparative religion, spiritual traditions, magic, and folklore, as well as ethnic identity in North America.
Mariella teaches courses in the subjects of Sociology, Psychology, Geography, Environmental Science, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology.
Mariella may be contacted by phone at (207) 834-7824 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.