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Garrick Bailey PhD

Professor of Anthropology Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
Anthropology
918-631-3026
garrick-bailey@utulsa.edu
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Biography

Garrick Bailey is a social anthropologist with primary interests in globalization, ethnic identity, ethnic conflict, socio-cultural adaption, economic change, material culture, art, and ethnohistory.

His main research and research interests are in Contemporary Indians of the United States and Canada, the historic tribes of the Prairie/Plains and the Southwest, with special interest on the Osage and Navajo.

Bailey has additional research and research interest in Latin America - primarily Guatemala - and Oceania - primarily Samoa and Hawaii.



Ph.D., University of Oregon
M.A., University of Oregon
B.A., University of Oklahoma


Dr. Bailey's main research and research interests are in Contemporary Indians of the United States and Canada, the historic tribes of the Prairie/Plains and the Southwest, with special interest on the Osage and Navajo.

He has additional research and research interest in Latin America - primarily Guatemala - and Oceania - primarily Samoa and Hawaii.

Cultural Anthropology
North American Indians
Indians of the Southwest
Plains Indians
Cultural Properties


ANTH 2043 Patterns in Culture: Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 3103 North American Indians
ANTH 5053 Cultural Property: Ethics and Law
ANTH 7983 Thesis
ANTH 7993 Independent Research