Robert M. Yohe II, Ph.D.
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

When we remember that  we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.
Mark Twain's Notebook

Robert Yohe

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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Ant 100) Syllabus

Cultural Resource Management (Ant 415) Syllabus

Other Courses taught:

Introduction to Archaeology (Ant 104) Syllabus Powerpoints

Archaeological Laboratory Methods (Ant 292)


Ph.D. and M.A. in Anthropology, UC Riverside.
B.A. in Anthropology, California State University, San Bernardino.

  • Served as State Archaeologist for Idaho, 1993-1999.

  • Director of the Archaeological Survey of Idaho, 1993-1999

  • Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, 1993-1996.

  • Interim State Historic Preservation Officer, 1996-1999.

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Boise State University, 1993-1999.

  • Assistant Professor of Anthropology, CSUB, 1999-

  • Director, Museum of Anthropology, CSUB, 1999-

  • Coordinator, Southern San Joaquin Valley Historic Resource Information Center, 1999-

Prehistory of western North America (emphasis on California, Northwest, and Great Basin) and Roman Egypt; faunal analysis, human osteology; forensic anthropology.

Recent Publications:

2003      Archaeology:  The Science of the Human Past (with Mark Q.                Sutton).

1998     The Introduction of the Bow and Arrow and Lithic Resource Use               at Rose Spring (CA-INY-372).  Journal of California and Great
             Basin Anthropology

1997     Archaeological Evidence of Aboriginal Cultigen Use in Late
             Nineteenth Century Death Valley, California. 
Journal of Ethnobi

Robert M. Yohe II, Ph.D.
Department of Sociology and Anthropology | Intro to Archaeology Syllabus (Ant 104) | Intro to Archaeology
Class Schedule | Cultural Resource
Management (Ant 415) | Ant 415

Contact me

California State University
Department of Sociology/Anthropology
9001 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, CA  93311

Phone: 661-664-3457
Fax: 661-665-6909