Dayton Daniel Starnes II

  • Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate
  • Anthropology
Other Affiliations:
  • American Anthropological Association
  • Lambda Alpha National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology
  • Sigma Tau Delta
Research Interests:
Education

Univeristy of Kentucky 

M.A. Anthropology (2018) 

Ph.D. Anthropology [In Progress] 

Kennesaw State University

B.S. Anthropology; Double Major in English (2013)

Brief Bio
Dayton D. Starnes II is a Cultural and Environmental Anthropologist currently working on his PhD in Anthropology here at UK. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from Kennesaw State University with a dual-major in English, and a Master of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Kentucky. In addition to academic training in Anthropology, Dayton has over a decade of practical experience working in various aspects of Animal Medicine and Husbandry. His current research is concerned with examining diverse species conservation efforts undertaken by zoological institutions within the context of looming species extinctions and accelerating biodiversity declines. 
Presentations

Starnes, Dayton 2016 "An Exploraton of Histories and The Sustainable Turn in the Marine Aquarium Industry" Plenary Poster Session. Society of Economic Anthropology

Starnes, Dayton. 2013 "Sustainable Aquatics" Podium Presentation. Southern Anthropological Society Annual Meetings. Session Moderator 

Starnes, Dayton; Gamanche, Noah. 2011 "Beyond a Gendered Identity: The Search for Transcendence in The Stone Virgins" Podium Presentation. African and African Diaspora Studies Conference: Narratives of Race, Identity, and Power

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