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Biography
Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology/Anthropology. Originally from the Midwest, Kate Gillogly returned after years living in the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Hawaii, working in consulting in applied anthropology of agricultural ecology and international development. She currently lives in Kenosha , focusing on undergraduate education, applied anthropological work in watershed management and environmental activism, as well as writing projects on changes in kinship and social structure.
Teaching, Research/Creative & Consulting Interests

Teaching Interests

In a small four-field anthropology department, Gillogly teaches Introduction to Anthropology, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Environmental Anthropology, Migration and Immigration, International Development, Livehoods and Exchange, and Anthropology of Language; world cultures classes such as the Peoples of Southeast Asia and Peoples of Africa. Some of these courses are cross-listed with International Studies and most fulfill requirements for that degree as well as for the concentration in Anthropology. She also teaches a Global Studies Certificate Course, Language and Culture. She also facilitates a wide range of student research projects.

Research Interests

Changing relationships of power in international development projects focusing on the connection between the global and the local; watershed management across political boundaries; transformations in kinship and marriage practices with changes in the agricultural economy; and the rise of indigenous citizenship movements in Southeast Asia.

Consulting Interests

Working with local groups on environmental management plans.
Publications
Selected Publications

2014: Environmental sustainability policy in Thailand: Global systems, Thai localism, Environment and Development in Asia, World Scientific Publishing

2014: Greed in a "tribal" economy? Acquisitiveness and reciprocity in Lisu society , Society for Economic Anthropology / Alta Mira Press.

2011: Learning the Contradictions of Applied Fieldwork in the Peace Corps, Anthropology News (Online Edition)

2011: Review Essay of Gaian Theory in Eileen Crist and H. Bruce Rinker (eds): Gaia in Turmoil: Climate Change, Biodepletion, and Earth Ethics in an Age of Crisis and Clive Hamilton, Requiem for a Species: Why We Resist the Truth about Climate Change. , Human Ecology (845-849 pp.)

2011: Everyday Life in Southeast Asia,

2010: Review of Tania Li's The Will to Improve., Environment and Society: Advances in Research (204-205 pp.)

Key Service Activities

University Service

: Faculty Advisor - Adviser to Parkside Oddities
: Faculty Advisor - Adviser to Parkside Anthropological Society
: Committee Member - Interdisciplinary Studies Steering Committee
2012: Faculty Advisor - Adviser to CoExist (Student group)
2012: Committee Member - Women's and Gender Studies Steering Committee
2012: Committee Member - 21st Century Teacher Preparation and Professional Development, Cultural Competence Team

Professional Service

: Officer, Vice President - Central States Anthropological Society
2011: Officer, President/Elect/Past - Council on Thai Studies
2011: Program Organizer - Annual meeting of the Council on Thai Studies

Public Service

: Committee Member - Root-Pike WIN: Pike River Rehabilitation
Courses Taught

Fall 2014

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
INTS 210 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 202 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
INTS 405 INTERNSHIP IN INTL EDUC SRVCS
SOCA 492 INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO
INTS 494 INTERNSHIP INTERNATNL STUDIES
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 357 LIVELIHOODS AND EXCHANGE

Summer 2014

SOCA 492 INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO

Spring 2014

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 302 ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
INTS 405 INTERNSHIP IN INTL EDUC SRVCS
INTS 494 INTERNSHIP INTERNATNL STUDIES
SOCA 228 PEOPLES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
INTS 495 SENIOR SEMINAR INTERNATNL STDS

Fall 2013

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
INTS 210 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 202 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 382 ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 492 INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY

Spring 2013

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 312 ANTHROPOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
INTS 204 CULTURE AND LANGUAGE
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 492 INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 228 PEOPLES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

Fall 2012

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
INTS 210 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 202 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 492 INTERNSHIP IN SOC - ANTHRO
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 362 MIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION

Spring 2012

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 302 ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY
INTS 204 CULTURE AND LANGUAGE
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 228 PEOPLES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

Fall 2011

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 382 ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
INTS 226 PEOPLES OF AFRICA
SOCA 226 PEOPLES OF AFRICA

Spring 2011

SOCA 491 ANTHRO FIELDWORK
SOCA 312 ANTHROPOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
INTS 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY
SOCA 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCA 228 PEOPLES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

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