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John Richard Stepp

Associate Professor, Anthropology/Latin American Studies

Research Interests

Ecological anthropology, ethnobotany, medical anthropology, visual anthropology

Geographic Expertise

Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Ecuador, Peru, Caribbean

Curriculum Vitae

Courses

ANG 6922 Anthropology, GIS and Human Ecosystems
ANG 6930 Ethnobotany
LAS 6292 Research Methods in Tropical Conservation and Development
LAS 6292 Tropical Gardens: Theory and Practice
LAS 6938 Proposal Writing
LAS 6290 Ethnoecology

Background

Rick Stepp is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies at the University of Florida. He is a core faculty member of the Tropical Conservation and Development Program and the Land Use and Environmental Change Institute. He is also an affiliate faculty member of the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the Florida Museum of Natural History.

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