Adjunct Instructor of Anthropology
Pocast - CultureMade: Heritage Enterprise in a World on the Move Leslie Walker is an anthropologist and educator who uses the four subfields of anthropology to create innovative environments for teaching and learning about pressing social matters, including some that are difficult to discuss. He has extensive experience conducting ethnographic and historical fieldwork in the Caribbean, South Florida, and the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. His research covers race, Latin American and Afro-Diasporic communities, poverty, environmental justice, and heritage. He uses his foundation as an anthropologist with an orientation for critical pedagogy to teach diverse learners in classrooms of higher education, museums, and public forums.
B.A. in Anthropology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland,
M.A. in Applied Anthropology at University of South Florida,
Certificate in Project Management at University of California, Irvine Division of Continuing Education,