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Sociology - Anthropology

College of Liberal Arts
University of Minnesota Duluth
215 Cina Hall
Duluth, MN 55812 - 2496

Envelope: E-mail E-mail: troufs@d.umn.edu

see also Sweet Treats biographical information, and Meet Your Professor (Slides: .pptx .pdf)

Meet Your Professor

Tim Roufs teaches Anthropology of Food, Cultural Anthropology, Anthropology of Europe, Culture and Personality, Understanding Global Cultures, and Ancient Middle America. And for more than a quarter century he also taught Advanced Writing: Social Sciences.

Tim's specializations include cultural anthropology, anthropology of food, Middle America, culture and personality, sociocultural change—applied, and prehistoric cultures.

He received his Ph.D. from The University of Minnesota in 1971, his M.A. from The University of Minnesota in 1967, his A.B. from The University of Notre Dame in 1965, and his High School diploma from Holy Trinity High School, Winsted, MN, in 1961.

Tim has done fieldwork in Mexico, Hungary, and on the Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota. A major project from Leech Lake has been the preparation of a biography of Paul Buffalo which was published in three volumes in 2019, which has been profiled by Britney Leanos and Cheryl Reitan in Ojibwe Lessons. He is currently under contract to complete another book.

Tim has three times served as Director of UMD's Study in England Program. The UMD Study in England Programme, University of Birmingham, England.

For a sampling of Roufs' written work, have a look at the Bibliography page . . .

 

 Can Do Canines

(slides)

Tim and his Hearing Assistant Partner Bentley are graduates of the Can Do Canine Assistance Dog training program, New Hope, MN.

"Total Confidence in Bentley," Can Do Canines Assistant Dog Feature Story, 6 February 2019.

Tim and Bentley at Can Do Canine Graduation

Can Do Canines is an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International, a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to improve the areas of training, placement and utilization of assistance dogs.

Bentley TKE

Bentley is the UMD Tau Kappa Epsilon "Chapter Good Boy"

TKE Coat of Arms

Tim and Bentley, by Gretchen Roufs
Timmy and Bentley
Gretchen Roufs, 2015

Honors and Awards

Tim has taught more students at UMD than any other instructor or professor in the history of the school.

Tim is the husband of [eye heart throb] Kim Smyth Roufs.

hearts

 
Midi Source: United Daughters of the Confederacy, Thunderbird Chapter #2102, Phoenix, AZ


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