Julia Hammett holds three degrees in anthropology and has worked professionally as an archaeologist, an ethnobotanist, and has taught a broad range of anthropology courses. Julia's research focuses on Western North America and her specialties include paleoethnobotany, historical landscape reconstructions, ecological anthropology and cultural identity. She has collaborated on many research teams in both the private and public sectors; her leadership style is guided by consensus decision making.
Her current research analyzes humans' adaptive patterns in changing environments with the goal of helping groups to develop long-term sustainable strategies that avoid the pitfalls of short-term growth/retraction dynamics.
Julia's background and her chosen field(s) are in line with her political and emotional orientation. Julia Hammett is a member of the Green Party in Nevada and has been involved in spearheading the signature drive to get the Green Party on the ballot in the State of Nevada in 2016. What is required to accomplish this task and the implications it raises make for an interesting interview. A wildfire of major political change is surging and it appears to be spreading.
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