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Maasai Voices: Insights into Africa's Ecology

February 28, 2013

Cultural anthropologist Kathleen Galvin has conducted interdisciplinary human ecological research in Africa for the past 20 years. She is interested in issues of African pastoral land use, conservation, climate variability, and resilience and adaptation strategies of populations in the Greater Serengeti ecosystem.

Cultural anthropologist Kathleen Galvin, Ph.D.Wednesday, March 6
7:30-9 a.m.
Egg and I restaurant
2809 South College Avenue

Join us for the 2nd annual Anthropology Connections Alumni Breakfast.

We're excited to present a lecture by  Kathleen Galvin, Ph.D., Colorado State University professor, Department of Anthropology, on her research, "Maasai Voices: Understanding Environmental Changes from the Ground Up."

Galvin has been working and conducting ecological research in Africa for the past 20 years. Her work focuses on: 

  • land use,
  • conservation, and
  • climate variability.

She studies the resilience and adaptation strategies of populations in the Greater Serengeti and explores the dynamics of the coupled natural and human system of the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem.

See a sneak peek of of Galvin's work, "Pastoralist Voices on Climate Change."

Event details

There is a $20/person-cost, which includes breakfast and a $10 charitable contribution to the Anthropology Endowment.

Please visit our website for full event and invitation details.

For more information and to RSVP, contact Jaime King at (970) 491-4635 or Jaime.King@colostate.edu.


Contact: Jaime King
E-mail: jaime.king@colostate.edu
Phone: 9704914635