Philip E. (Ted) Coyle

Department of Anthropology and Sociology
Professor - Anthropology

Ted Coyle

Phone: 828-227-3900
Office Address: 106B McKee

Teaches in Spring, 2012: History of Anthropological Theory; Religion, Magic, Myth


  • 2008 Coyle, Philip E. La Caceria de Venado de los Yuto-Aztecas Centrales. In Por los Caminos del Maiz: Mito y Ritual en el Periferia Septentrional de Mesoamerica, Johannes Neurath, ed.
  • 2008 Coyle, Philip E. Blue Ridge Parkway Ethnographic Overview and Assessment (draft). Southeastern Regional Office, National Park Service.
  • 2007  Coyle, Philip E. Blue Ridge Parkway Oral History Project. Southeastern Regional Office, National Park Service.
  • 2005 Jabbour, Alan, Philip E. Coyle and Paul Webb. North Shore Cemetery Decoration Project. North Shore Road Draft EIS. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
  • 2001 Náyari History, Politics and Violence: From Flowers to Ash. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
  • 2000 “To Join the Waters”: Indexing Metonymies of Territoriality in Cora Ritual. Journal of the Southwest 42 (1): 119-128.
  • 1998 “The Customs of Our Ancestors”: Cora Religious Conversion and Millennialism, 2000-1722. Ethnohistory 45 (3): 509-542.

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