Ph. D., University of Michigan 1971
Archaeology, adaptation, Iroquois, North America
Professor Engelbrecht retired in 2003 after teaching for 30 years at Buffalo State. He received the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1990. His publications include Iroquoia: The Development of a Native World (Syracuse, 2003). He is currently president of the New York State Archaeological Association. Since his retirement he has been working with archaeological material from the Eaton Site in West Seneca, where he directed seventeen archaeological field schools. This collection will ultimately be available for student research projects.