Michael Koskey

Michael Koskey is an assistant professor with the Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, which offers a Master's of Arts in Cross-Cultural Studies and a PhD in Indigenous Studies.  While serving in the Marine Corps he received a BS in Anthropology and a BA in Political Science from the University of Central Florida, and afterwards received an MS in Anthropology from Purdue University and a PhD in Anthropology from University of Alaska Fairbanks. 

Mike's research focuses on oral history, traditional knowledge, ethnohistory, culture change, decolonization, resource use and allocation, and indigenous cosmology/mythology.  He is married and has two young boys, lives in Goldstream Valley, and enjoys hiking, hunting, and blacksmithing with family and friends.

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