Tatiana Schreiber, adjunct associate professor of Ecology, received her B.S. in rural sociology and nutrition from Cornell University, her M.A. in mass communications from Emerson College, and her Ph.D in environmental studies from Antioch University Graduate School in Keene, NH.
Her graduate work examined economic, ecological, and cultural sustainability and resilience among coffee and cacao growers in Chiapas, Mexico. Her ongoing scholarly interests focus on the intersection of human cultural diversity and agricultural biodiversity. For many years she worked as a public radio journalist and currently freelances for various print media.
She has taught environmental anthropology, agroecology, and writing courses at area colleges for many years and also operates a small farmstead, Sowing Peace Farm, in Westminster West, Vermont.
Recent and Upcoming Courses
NS-0230: Agroecology: Social and Ecological Dimensions of Agroecosystems (Spring 2014)
NS-0217: Ecological and Cultural History of Food (Fall 2013)