Public and Environmental Affairs

PEA

Karen Dalke

Karen Dalke

Lecturer

MAC B307

Field of Interest

Currently completing research on gangs in the Fox Valley. Interested in globalization and its impact on culture, human-animal interactions cross-culturally, and subcultures. Completed dissertation entitled Real and the Imagined: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Wild Horse in the American Landscape focuses on what the wild horse symbolizes to American culture.

Education

Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 2005; Diplome de Francais, Dijon, France, 1994; M.S. in Community Human Services, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, 1992; B.S. in Human Development, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, 1985.

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)