MA in Anthropology

Ashley Pratt

Ashley's research interests include irreligiousness in America, the anthropological theory of value, morality and ethics, the history of anthropology (especially paradigm shifts), and the anthropology of science.  Ashley is currently studying religious "nones" in America (or those who are religiously unaffiliated) and how they construct their world-views in terms of meaning and value.  She received her BA in North American Archaeology at Lycoming College, and has been a teaching assistant for Dr. Haagen Klaus (Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Human Skeletal Anatomy) and Dr. Linda Seligmann (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology and Anthropological Theory).

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