Bonnie Clark, PhD, Professor of Anthropology, was invited to discuss her research at the World War II Japanese Internment Camp known as Amache in South-Eastern Colorado on the Archaeocafé podcast. In this podcast, Clark discusses the significant of the internment camp’s gardens.
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DU Anthropology in the Spotlight
Our faculty, graduate students and undergraduates are dedicated to publicly-engaged anthropology. We invite the DU and Denver communities to join us in exploring the field through exhibitions, performances, research presentations, collaborative publications and more.
Research in the Department of Anthropology
Our research spans the classroom, lab, museum, gallery and field, connecting students to faculty in hands-on, experiential learning. We focus on human rights and identities; environment, landscape, and place; material and expressive culture; creative cultural practice; and technology and society.
Our research practices are analytical, while also serving the public good through activism and advocacy. We take our work into the community through traditional publications, as well as exhibitions, blogs, video, performances and other expressive forms.Explore Ethical Anthropology
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