Michael C. Robbins

Professor Emeritus
112 Swallow Hall

Mathematics, methods, and psychological anthropology


My primary research and teaching interests reside in mathematics, methods, and psychological anthropology. Geographically, my area of interest is the ethnology of East Africa, and rural USA, where I have conducted field research with several graduate students. I envision my major role in the graduate program to be helping students learn research methods. I enjoy doing this by involving students in research projects early in their careers and working with them on a collaborative basis.