Hollis MacArthur M.Ed
Research and Writing Cambridge College
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About Me

An international anthropologist and ethnographer with 20 years of field research and expertise on the impact of forced assimilation and colonization on Indigenous cultures in the past five centuries up to the present. Implemented successful culture-based curricula programs on Indian Reservations that generated socio-economic recovery through culturally relevant education programs. Native American advocate and activist. Research in origins of art and evolution of the human mind as well as the Neanderthal period.

Master - 2003


Cambridge College

Teaching History
Research and Writing
Cambridge College

Mar 2006 - Mar 2007

Taught and mentored a diverse student body of adult graduate students to develop writing and research skills for their Masters thesis. Liaison between students, Graduate Advisors, and College Director. Conducted and evaluated all graduate writing assessments. 
♦ Lectured on cultural differences. 
♦ Created and implemented faculty and student workshops to improve thesis quality
♦ Developed quality thesis standards and faculty/student protocol

Areas of Specialization
Anthropology Ethnography Indigenous people Native American history and culture qualitative and quantitative research research and writing Neanderthals Origins of Art Evolution of the Human Mind

Fields of Study
Anthropology Ethnography Origins of Art Evolution of the Human Mind Neanderthals Thesis writing Research