Glenda has been a part of the University of Colorado Community since 1992 and joined the faculty in 2002.
AA 1992 Pikes Peak Community College
BA 1995 University of Colorado Colorado Springs
MA 1997 University of Colorado Colorado Springs
PhD 2010 University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Additional Graduate Coursework:
Adams State College, Colorado School of Mines.
Santero Art and the culture and religiosity of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado; the Nuestra Señora del Rosario Church and community of Truchas, New Mexico; Anthropology and Art; the Artist, Jean Charlot and his work with indigenous cultures and tenure in the U.S. Southwest; Veteran student transition; and access to higher education for non-documented students.
ANTH 1040 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 3150 - Anthropology of Art
ANTH 4400 - Religiosity and Folk Art of Southern CO and Northern NM
If you wish to contact Glenda Carne please contact in Centennial Hall room 130 or at email@example.com