My teaching philosophy is driven by the familiar anthropological adage of "making the strange familiar, the familiar strange."
Whether in the field, in the classroom, or in the virtual classroom, I aim to foster an informed understanding and respect for the variety of human experiences through time and space. I seek to provide students with high quality hands-on experiences that help relate anthropological concepts to their own lives and positions in society.
The Outdoor Classroom
Student Testimonials from the Field
"I liked Kelsey's willingness to help me understand in a hands-on way as my unit leader."