Utah State University
USU Blanding Campus
Dr. Moris was born and raised in East Africa. He recieved his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Northwestern in 1970, based on studies of farm innovation in central Kenya. Before coming to USU, Dr. Moris worked 17 years in East Africa, including a period as a Project Manager of a large range-development project among the Maasai. Since 1980, his research has focused on irrigation, extension, and the fate of Africa's pastoralists during recent droughts. Dr. Moris has co-authored six textbooks on African development and qualitative methods. He is currently writing texts on Applied Anthropology and International Development.
Peoples of the Contemporary World, Applied Rural Development, North American Indian Cultures, Developing Societies, Southwest Indian Cultures
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