Story Categories: Anthropology Department

Alexa Dietrich
February 2, 2016
Wagner College anthropology professor Alexa Dietrich, author of an award-winning study of corporate pollution in Puerto Rico, reflects on how we teach students to critically assess issues associated with environmental crisis and justice. When events that are understood to be tragic happen, like the [...] Keep reading →
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January 26, 2016 Wagner College anthropology major Daniela Gutierrez de la Garza, a senior from Durango, Mexico, was one of three student panelists at a Jan. 20 National Press Club briefing organized by New American Colleges & Universities, a consortium of institutions like Wagner that [...] Keep reading →
September 28, 2015
Anthropology professor Celeste Marie Gagnon, anthropology alumna Jennifer Ida and chemistry professor Nick Richardson recently teamed up with colleagues to study Chicha de maiz, a traditional corn beer brewed in the Andes. They wanted to explore how chicha affects the bones and teeth of the people [...] Keep reading →
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May 6, 2014
Graduating senior Molly Delbridge of Mission Viejo, Cal., will be Wagner College’s next Peace Corps Volunteer. Delbridge, an anthropology and Spanish major, will serve as a health resource volunteer in Belize. Delbridge has had substantial student experiences with the kind of work she will be doing [...] Keep reading →
Jennifer Ida, Brandi Adduce brewing chicha 16x9
May 2, 2013
Jennifer Ida ’12 was recently awarded the immensely prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship and will be enrolling this fall in the anthropology graduate program at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Ida, an anthropology major with dual minors in Spanish and microbiology who graduated [...] Keep reading →