Isenhour, grad student guests on Maine Public’s ‘Maine Calling’
Cynthia Isenhour, a professor of anthropology and climate change at the University of Maine and an associate at the Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions; and Sara Lowden, an anthropology and environmental policy Ph.D. student at UMaine, were recent guests on Maine Public’s “Maine Calling” radio show. The show focused on anthropology and how it is part of our everyday lives. Lowden spoke about “Migrant Artifacts: Magic and Loss in the Sonoran Desert,” an exhibit of black-and-white photographs by Michael Hyatt on display through June 29 at UMaine’s Hudson Museum. Lowden organized the exhibit.