Martha McCollough

Dr. Martha McCollough

Ph.D. University of Oklahoma, 1996

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Office: 839 Oldfather Hall
Email: mmccollough1@unl.edu
Phone: (402) 472-2441
Fax: (402) 472-9642

Subfield:

Cultural Anthropology

Major Research Interests:

Native North Americans, Arctic, Great Plains

Recent and Representative Publications:

2004. Three Nations, One Place: A Comparative Ethnohistory of Social Change among the Comanches and Hasinais during Spain\0xB9s Colonial Era, 1689-1821. Routledge Press.

2004. "The United States." The Indigenous World. Edited by Diana Vinding. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

2003. "The United States." The Indigenous World. Edited by Diana Vinding. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

2002. "Reasons for the Marginal Incorporation of the Comanches by the Spanish." Great Plains Research 12(2): 369-383.

2002. "The United States." The Indigenous World. Edited by Diana Vinding. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

2001. "Political Decentralization as a Strategy to Maintain Sovereignty: An Example from the Hasinais during the 1700s." Plains Anthropologist 46(177): 305-322.

Foster, Morris and Martha McCollough:
2001. "Plains Apaches." Handbook of North American Indians, Volume Two. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

2001. "The United States." The Indigenous World. Edited by Diana Vinding. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

Educational Background:

Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
M.A. University of Alaska
B.S. University of Alaska

Courses Taught:

Peoples and Cultures of North America, Anthro./E.S. 351
Plains Ethnology, Anthro./E.S. 352
Introduction to Anthropology, Anthro. 110
Contemporary Issues of Native Americans, Anthro. 451/851
Seminar in Ethnology, Anthro. 915
Ethnic Studies: The Minority Experience, Ethnic Studies 100
Anthropology of the Great Plains, Anthro. 130