Robert Blair St. George
is associate professor of History. He specializes in the history
and ethnography of material life, of politics and landscape, and
of exchange relations. He has published widely in these areas,
including Material Life in America, 1600 - 1860 and Conversing
by Signs: Poetics of Implication in Colonial New England Culture.
Robert's courses include Consumer Culture, Performing History,
Ethnography and Memory, Material Life in America, Vernacular Architecture, Public Culture,
and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and America.
320D College Hall
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