Alison Kirkham

Department Information

Anthropology // Graduate Student

Office Information

  • Specialization

  • Perceptions of Edible Insects 

  • Alison Kirkham is a cultural and applied anthropology graduate student researching people's perceptions of arthropods and edible insects in the United States. This field encompasses many topics such as sustainability, nutrition, disgust, food security and policy. Her research takes place in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

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