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Nicole Katin

Professor of Practice of Anthropology
Dinwiddie Hall Room 202


Nicole Katin is a professor of practice of Anthropology specializing in Environmental Anthropology. She has undertaken ethnographic research in both Belize and Brazil. Her research interests include ethnobiology, ethnobotany, traditional and local environmental knowledge systems, and conservation-induced displacement.

EVST courses taught:

Introduction to Environmental Studies (EVST 1000)
Approaches to Environmental Studies (EVST 3310)
Environmental Anthropology (ANTH 3700)