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Dr. Brandon M. Chapman

  • Instructor and Department Chair, Social and Behaviorial Science
Liberal Arts (Sociology, Anthropology)

Dr. Brandon M. Chapman is a cultural anthropologist specializing in local and traditional knowledge, political and economic ethnography, political values and cognitive anthropology. He has done fieldwork in Russia, parts of the CIS and Eurasia, Arctic and sub-Arctic Alaska, Trindad/Tobago, Peru and Ecuador and has been published in several journals and popular science magazines, including "The Social Science Journal" and "Cultural Survival Quarterly." Chapman has also authored several monographs on the history of ranching in the western U.S. and Canada during the 19th and 20th centuries.

Education:

Doctor of Philosophy​ (Ph.D.)
Washington State University

Master of Social Science
Utah State University