A Taste of Anthropology

Get to know Professor Burlingame!

Professor Burlingame is a career anthropologist who has been studying, teaching and/or researching anthropology for the last two decades.  She is committed to increasing opportunities for anthropology to be a general subject taught at every level of education and to every age.  Her commitment is based on a belief that anthropology teaches basic life skills anyone can use such as cultural literacy, historical literacy, science literacy, tolerance, critical-thinking and innovative problem-solving.  She is also equally committed to her research in medical anthropology on reproductive health and the role of cultural values in childbirth policy on the individual and national level.

In addition, Professor Burlingame is a trained educator who brings to her courses teaching techniques that are meant to encourage students to engage in the kind of deep learning that will allow them to comprehend anthropology in a personal and meaningful way.  In particular she is a proponent for communication-across-the-curriculum teaching techniques and has been using them with success over the last decade.

FOR PRESS, SPEAKER AND TEACHING INQUIRIES please contact us at workerbeewisdom@email.com.

FOR COURSES PROFESSOR BURLINGAME IS OFFERING please visit the Anthropology Retreat, Classes and Programs sections of this website.

Professor Burlingame on the Internet







An article highlighting some of Professor Burlingame’s research:

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