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Idaho State University

Global Studies and Languages

Dr.Elizabeth Cartwright

Dr. Elizabeth Cartwright

Professor of Anthropology; Registered Nurse


  • Mexico, Peru
  • Medical Anthropology
  • Visual Anthropology
  • Ethnomedicine
  • Migrant Farmworkers
  • Immigration and Environmental Health

Medical Anthropology in the Peruvian Andes: Traditions and Culture Change

Dr. Katherine Reedy

Dr. Katherine Reedy

Chair and Associate Professor of Anthropology


  • Alaska and Arctic Indigenous Peoples
  • Human-Environmental Relationships
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Community Sustainability

Why the World Needs Anthropologists

Island Antropology: Indigenous Aleut Fishermen of the Bering Sea and North Pacific

Dr. Cathleen Tarp

Associate Professor of Global Studies and Languages

Medical Spanish

Yolonda Youngs

Dr. Yolonda Youngs

Assistant Professor of Global Studies and Languages


• World Regional Geography

• Cultural and Historical Geography

• Environmental Studies

• Tourism and Outdoor Recreation

• Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Explore Your World: Understanding Globalization through Regional Geography

National Parks: Environmental and Social Sustainability

The Earth from Space: Geospatial Technologies and You

Dr. Valia Tatarova

French Lecturer


  • French and Francophone Literature and culture
  • History
  • Art
  • Literature
  • Social life and traditions

The Young People in France Today

French Cultural Symbols

France, Changing