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John Rinear

Part Time Faculty
Anthropology

Phone: (206) 592-4429

Office: 15-212

Mailstop: 15-1

Email: jrinear@highline.edu


I was born and raised in Western Washington, and have only lived outside of the state for a little over a year of my life. I try to take advantage of all the outdoor activities that this region has to offer, rain or shine.

I currently teach Survey of Anthropology (ANTH& 100). My specialization is in primatology, which is the study of primates. I've traveled the world in search of different primate species, researched gibbons in Borneo, cared for captive chimpanzees that could use American Sign Language, and currently volunteer at Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest in Cle Elum. Whether you are a student of mine or not, I welcome questions or conversations about all primate-related things, so feel free to contact me if you're interested.

Department: Anthropology

Spring 2022

TIMEMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY
OnlineANTH& 205 1YCF-OL (28929), ANTH& 205 2YCF-OL (28930)
10-10:50 am

ANTH& 100 3ACF-HY (28927)
Bldg 19 Room 205-Classroom

ANTH& 100 3ACF-HY (28927)
Bldg 19 Room 205-Classroom

11-11:50 am

ANTH 205 (28929) Office Hour
Virtual (see Canvas) & Building 15, Room 212

ANTH 100 Office Hours
Building 15, Room 212

1-1:50 pm

ANTH 100 Office Hours
Building 15, Room 212

ANTH 205 (28930) Office Hour
Virtual (see Canvas)

2-2:50 pm

ANTH 205 (28930) Office Hour
Virtual (see Canvas)

ANTH 205 (28929) Office Hour
Virtual (see Canvas)