“Here and Now:” Anthropology students take a hard look at COVID impacts on livelihoods

“Here and Now:” Anthropology students take a hard look at COVID impacts on livelihoods Joshua Zaffos For all the worry, isolation and loss of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of Colorado State University anthropology students have found a surprising – positive – outcome: Nurses, teachers and even restaurant wait staff and other service-industry employees experienced […]

Disasters hit the most vulnerable hardest

CSU undergraduate student Alexiss Thomas’ op-ed piece for Professor Browne’s Public Anthropology course was published in The Greeley Tribune. As appearing in The Tribune | March 12, 2018 by Alexiss Thomas Experiencing a disaster could negatively impact anyone; however, some populations are more at risk for these negative outcomes because of their history of past trauma and past […]

Our alumni on the Air

Alumna, Susan Harness, was interviewed recently for her work and research on American Indian transracial adoption. Her interview aired on Montana Public Radio on their program In Other Words. Her research, which looks at American Indian transracial adoption and its intersection with race, history and class, will be discussed in detail at a public lecture next […]