education and training
- University of Arizona - (Tucson, Arizona, United States), Postdoctoral Training 2013
- Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Florida - (Gainesville, Florida, United States) 2009
- M.A. in Anthropology, Iowa State University - (Ames, Iowa, United States) 2003
- B.S. in Botany and Plant Pathology, Michigan State University - (East Lansing, Michigan, United States) 2001
- Paredes, R., Hopkins, A. L., & Villanueva, F. (2020). Ethnobotany in the North Coast of Peru: Use of Plants in the Fishing Community of Huanchaco for Subsistence. ECONOMIC BOTANY. 1-14.
- Gibbes, C., Hopkins, A. L., Díaz, A. I., & Jimenez-Osornio, J. (2020). Defining and measuring sustainability: a systematic review of studies in rural Latin America and the Caribbean. Environment, Development and Sustainability. 22(1), 447-468.
- Winking, J., Hopkins, A. L., Yeoman, M., & Arcak, C. (2019). M-AAA-nsplaining: Gender bias in questions asked at the American Anthropological Association's Annual Meetings. PLoS ONE. 14(1), e0207691-e0207691.
- Hopkins, A. L., Yeoman, M., & Ritenbaugh, C. (2018). Healthy foods prepared at home: Diet and support as protective strategies during pregnancy for Hispanic women. ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION. 57(2), 140-161.
- Hopkins, A. L., Moore-Monroy, M., Wilkinson-Lee, A. M., Nuño, V. L., Armenta, A., Lopez, E., Vanzzini, S., & Garcia, F. A. (2016). It's Complicated: Negotiating Between Traditional Research and Community-Based Participatory Research in a Translational Study. PROGRESS IN COMMUNITY HEALTH PARTNERSHIPS-RESEARCH EDUCATION AND ACTION. 10(3), 425-433.
Texas A&M University; Anthropology; 4352 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4352