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“Environmental Sustainability and Dimensions of Social Justice: Subsistence Rights, Beliefs, and Practices in the Tlingit Community of Klukwan, Alaska” by SOC/ES faculty candidate, Meredith Marchioni
Friday, February 26, 2016 - 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Meredith Marchioni is currently working as an Anthropological Consultant and Researcher in Anchorage, Alaska and Adjunct Professor at Charter College. Meredith’s academic specialties include environmental sociology, environmental and social justice, qualitative and quantitative research methods, cultural anthropology, food security, native Alaskan cultures, and natural resource management. Meredith holds a Ph.D. in comparative sociology and undergraduate degrees in applied anthropology and behavioral science.