Cohen Explores the Power of Dance in West Africa in New Book In Infinite Repertoire, Anthropology Professor Adrienne Cohen weaves her insight as both ethnographer and dancer to examine how young women in Guinea are flexing new rights and roles through dance August 9, 2022 Josh Zaffos A female dancer pumping the dundunba with Lansana […]
Galvin Wins University Distinguished Professor Award Award recognizes 30-plus-year career integrating anthropology and conservation and serving CSU May 23, 2022 Josh Zaffos A pioneer in interdisciplinary anthropological research, Dr. Kathleen Galvin has been recognized as a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University. Galvin, who has been faculty since 1994 and received her Anthropology bachelor’s […]
Study: Climatic variability might not drive evolutionary change as much as previously thought By University of Arizona A study led by University of Arizona researchers and Colorado State University Assistant Professor Andrew Du has combined climate-change data during the last 3.5 million years and fossil evidence of mammals in Africa to reveal that times of […]
Indigenous People Vital for Understanding Environmental Change Research led by Kathleen Galvin and others shows how local knowledge can help manage ecosystems and wildlife Todd Bates, Rutgers University Additional content by Joshua Zaffos Grassroots knowledge from Indigenous people can help to map and monitor ecological changes and improve scientific studies, according to new research published […]
Dr. Chris Fisher and Dr. Kathleen Galvin on The Hadza: Last of the First panel discussion with Alyssa Crittenden and Bill Benenson about the last full-time hunter-gatherers in Africa. “The Hadza: Last of the First” intro and panel dicussion from October 7, 2014 from SoGES Colorado State University on Vimeo.