(719) 502-3436 | Martin.Conrad@PikesPeak.edu
Box C16, Centennial | F-341
M.A., University of Colorado
I am a former student of Pikes Peak, earning my AA in 2005, then completing my BA in Art History at UCCS in 2007. I taught at Pikes Peak as a part-time instructor for two years before becoming full time faculty, for a total of 16 years of teaching.
I have taught Art History, Art Appreciation, elementary bookbinding, History, and fundamental Humanities courses, as well as World Mythology. I am currently serving my second stint as Chair of the Humanities Department.
Mythology Matters: an Open Educational Resources (OER) textbook
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Community College Humanities Association (CCHE)
The expression of the archetypes in modern societies; Goddess awareness and ecological consciousness; the value of mythology studies in personal and collective empowerment.