Jon Carroll

Assistant Professor of Anthropology
533 Varner Hall
(248) 370-4453

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Cultural transmission, social interaction and integration, political and economic organization, social science applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and computer modeling and simulation, archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands of North America

Selected Publications

2016. Carroll, Jon W. “Assessing Nonlinear Behaviors in an Agent Based Model.”  In Brouwer-Burg, M., H. Peeters and W. Lovis (Eds.) Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis in Archaeological Computational Modeling. New York: Springer. 

2014. Messina, J., Adhikari, U., Carroll, J., Chikowo, R., DeVisser, M., Dodge, L., Fan, P., Langley, S., Lin, S., Me-nsope, N., Moore, N., Murray, S., Nawyn, S., Nejadhashemi, A. Olson, J., Smith, A., Snapp, S. “Population Growth, Climate Change and Pressure on the Land – Eastern and Southern Africa” U.S. Agency for International Development/Global Center for Food Systems Innovation, East Lansing. 

2012. Norder, John W. and Jon W. Carroll. “Applied Geospatial Perspectives on the Rock Art of the Lake of the Woods Region of Ontario, Canada.” Geographic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, Volume III. Harrisburg, Information Resources Management Association. 

Courses Taught

AN 101   Human and Cultural Evolution
AN 102   Culture and Human Nature
AN 322   The Food Quest (Economic Anthropology)
AN 380   Archaeology of North America
AN 381   Peoples and First Nations of North America
AN 383   Archaeological Field School
AN 395   Special Topics: Archaeological Laboratory Methods
AN 395   Special Topics: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 
AN 470   Anthropological Theory