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Karen Dalke

Karen Dalke
Senior Lecturer
MAC B307
(920) 465-2486

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)


  • Intro to Sociology
  • Varieties of World Culture
  • Family, Kin and Community