Carol A. Markstrom, Ph.D.
Professor, Child Development and Family Studies
College of Education and Human Services
Markstrom’s interests include: Native American adolescents, women, and families; puberty ceremonies of North American Indians; cultural preservation; environmental concepts and protection of sacred places. She is particularly interested in Apache history and culture, and travels extensively in the Southwest where she lives part-time. She also teaches NAS 200- Introduction to Native American Studies.
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