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Richard B. Stamps

Associate Professor of Anthropology
526 Varner Hall
(248) 370-2425
stamps@oakland.edu

Research Interests
Anthropology, archaeology, Chinese prehistory and 19th century North America, Chinese minorities, Asian Americans, Christianity in China, applied anthropology


Selected Publications

Stamps, Richard B., "The Cultural Impact of Mormon Missionaries on Taiwan," BYU Studies, 41:1003-1014, 2002.

“The House in The Grove: Edison’s Boyhood Home,” in J. Halsey (Ed.), Retrieving Michigan’s Buried Past, Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1999.

“Fort Gratiot,” in J. Halsey (Ed.) Retrieving Michigan’s Buried Past, Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1999.

Stamps, Richard B., “Historical and Cultural Preservation of Resources in Oakland County,” The Oakland Journal, 1:100-102, 2000.


Courses Taught

AN 101 Human and Cultural Evolution
AN 210 Applied Anthropology
AN 222 Introduction to Anthropological Archaeology
AN 362 Peoples and Cultures of China
AN 363 The Asian American Experience
AN 380 Archaeology of North America