Theodore R. Reinhart
Theodore Russell Reinhart received his Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of New Mexico in 1968. He arrived at the College of William and Mary as an Assistant Professor of Anthropology in 1968, was appointed Associate Professor in 1974, and achieved the rank of full professor in 1986. He retired from William and Mary in May 2003. Dr. Reinhart has extensive archaeological field experience in several states, including New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Florida, and Virginia, and he has published articles and books on a wide range of topics. He specializes in North American archaeology, Native American cultures, and historical archaeology. He also played an instrumental role in the formation of the Council of Virginia Archaeologists (COVA).
Theodore R. Reinhart in the SCRC database.
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