The Associated Press, NBC News, and NPR’s KUNC note the Prison Agriculture Lab’s research February 2, 2024 Carmen Ruyle Hardy The research of the Prison Agriculture Lab – co-directed by Associate Professor of Sociology Joshua Sbicca and Assistant Professor of Geography Carrie Chennault – has served as the basis for a recently published Associated […]
Remembering David Bartecchi (ANTH B.A. 1999, ANTH M.A. 2003) Winter 2024 Josh Zaffos Colorado State University Department of Anthropology and Geography remembers alumnus and former instructor David Bartecchi (ANTH B.A. 1999, and ANTH M.A. 2003), who died tragically in a rafting accident on the Rogue River in Oregon September 28, 2023. Bartecchi was the executive […]
Archaeology at 11,000 Feet! CSU crew surveys the high country in Rocky Mountain National Park February 15, 2023 Josh Zaffos In Summer 2023, a crew of CSU Archaeology students and alumni, led by Professor Jason LaBelle, surveyed in Rocky Mountain National Park to record evidence of past peoples’ uses of areas within the park dating […]
After eight years at CSU, the College of Liberal Arts dean heads to Iowa State University as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Exploring healthcare in northern India Kaitlyn Coons, CSU Anthropology major and winner of the 2023 Amanda Jones Field Study Award, shares her summer abroad learning experience February 9, 2024 By Kaitlyn Coons During Summer 2023, Anthropology undergraduate Kaitlyn Coons traveled to northern India to study with the Himalayan Health Exchange program to learn about and […]
Food has always been the great unifier. We gather around the table and work things out by breaking bread. For students in Colorado State University archaeology/anthropology instructor Emily Wilson’s class, food is teaching them a lot about what has – and hasn’t – changed in the past 2,700 years.
Cultural Anthropologist Jonna Yarrington Joins CSU Anthropology and Geography Josh Zaffos January 31, 2024 In Fall 2023, Jonna Yarrington joined the Department of Anthropology and Geography as Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and ready to dive into teaching and research surrounding family, kinship, and inheritance and related sociocultural, economic, and environmental matters. Yarrington’s scholarship has […]
A NASA-funded team of Colorado State University researchers traveled to Kenya to unveil a new interactive, online tool to help land managers and foresters working in Kenyan and African forests.
Kate Browne Heralds Liberal Arts “Life Kit” in 2023 Commencement Keynote Address Josh Zaffos January 19, 2024 Anthropology Professor Emeritus and University Distinguished Professor Kate Browne returned to the Colorado State University campus on December 16, 2023 to give the Fall 2023 Keynote Address at the College of Liberal Arts Commencement. Browne, who retired from […]
We proudly introduce Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Geography Kate Brown as our College of Liberal Arts Fall 2023 Commencement Speaker.