Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology
PPEH Fellow 2016-2017
2016 - 2017
Kevin Burke is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology. He is currently writing his dissertation, which is a cultural history of forest science research in the US titled Forests for the Futures: A Political Biogeography of Forest Genetics Research in the American South. He has also worked with the US Forest Service Philadelphia Field Station on an ethnographic study of environmental education programs, and he is currently designing a project on the transition from "gray" to "green" stormwater infrastructure in the city. In a past life, he studied monkeys.