"Larry Baron is a throwback to an earlier era of anthropological explorations when one might risk life and limb in the pursuit of cultural knowledge. Thankfully, his thinking precedes that of the politically-correct gatekeepers that seem to be in charge of academia today. I recommend his books for the ribald tales they tell about our shared and imperfect humanity." Dr. Howard Campbell

 

Books written by Larry Baron - Available on Amazon.com & The Last Warriors on Barnes & Noble

Selected as a Text Book for

UTEP

Larry Baron is presently teaching Cultural Anthropology at UTEP. Collected indigenous peoples ethnographic material for 35 years while traveling worldwide and visiting 5 different continents. B.A. Anthropology + 18 graduate hours + M.A. Education & Administration - taught for OLLI for 4 years.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

"THE INDIANA JONES OF EL PASO"

OFFERS SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS,

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS,

LECTURES AND AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT TRAVELING DISPLAYS!

Call 732-331-8682 or 505-358-3569

email: lbaron47@gmail.com

New Mexico Teachers License

Received Mississippi Teachers License,

December 2014

Texas Teachers License

CLASSES SCHEDULES AND EVENTS

 

2017 Summer Semester - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology #1 - ANTH 1302 CRN 33308 - Old Main Rm 214 - Monday & Friday 11:40am to 1:50pm - July 11 - August 3, 2017

2017 Summer Semester - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology #2 - ANTH 1302 CRN 33308 - Old Main Rm 214 - Monday & Friday 11:40am to 1:50pm - July 11 - August 3, 2017

 

 

STUDENT REVIEWS 2017 (Coming Soon)

STUDENT REVIEWS 2016  #1   #2

 

 

2016 FALL SEMESTER  - OLLI PROGRAM - "Cultural Anthropology" Starts September 7 - Wednesdays at 3:15pm

in the Cottom Room 301

2016 FALL SEMESTER - UTEP - INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1302 - SYLABUS

Location – Liberal Arts Building - Room # 107

August 22, 2016 – December 15, 2016

9:30-10:20, Monday – Wednesday - Friday

BOOK SIGNING AT THE HUBBARD MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 10am to 2pm

Turn-out was wonderful - sold a lot of books and met a lot of people!

STUD2016 SPRING SEMESTER - UTEP - INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1302

 

CRN - 23343 - Location – Liberal Arts Building - Room # 106 - 9:30-10:20, Monday – Wednesday - Friday

 

2015 FALL SEMESTER - UTEP - INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1302

CRN - 23343 - Location – Liberal Arts Building - Room # 106 - 9:30-10:20, Monday – Wednesday - Friday

 

2015 Summer Semester - UTEP - Introduction to the Course "Cultural Anthropology""Syllabus

5/12/2014 - UTEP - Dr. Campbell's class at 9:00-10:30

 1/24/2014 - UTEP at Old Main - "Yanomamo & Cultural Affairs" at 10:30-11:30 am

1/24/2014 - UTEP at Old Main - "Drug Use in Primitive Societies" - 11:30-12:20 pm

"International Cultures" KEDU Radio/Ruidoso, NM - 4-1 hour sessions

 

Toastmasters Speaking AWARDS

 

Book signing and lecture at The Celebration of Literacy Event Feb. 2014 - WLBT Interview (link coming soon)

 

Belhaven University, Jackson, MS - Dr. Kenneth Nehvbass, International Studies Chair - "Cultural Diversity" - August 27, 2013 at 6:00 pm

 

Millsaps College - "Raramuri (Tarahumara) Cultural Biosphere" = Mondays - Sept. 25 - Oct. 14 - 6:00 to 7:30 pm -     

$100 per student

 

July 11, 2013 - Flowoodl Library, Jackson, MS - "International Cultural Biospheres and the Raramuri"

 

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