Skip to main content

All University Park employees, graduate and undergraduate students supported on wage payroll, and students supported on graduate assistantships must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Dec. 8, per federal vaccine mandate. Read more >>

home
Departments/Centers
caret-down
caret-up
Faculty/Staff Resources
caret-down
caret-up
Contacts/Directory
caret-down
caret-up
times-circle
What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
common goal: enriching the lives of others.

Search search
Mobile Search:
Carter Hunt
Associate Professor of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management and Anthropology
Summary Statement

My research interests focus on biodiversity conservation, sustainable community development, and nature-based tourism. I explore these themes through the lenses of environmental anthropology, the anthropology of tourism, and conservation psychology.

Department
  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management - RPTM
  • Undergraduate Program
  • Graduate Program
  • Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and the Environment - HDNRE
  • Travel and Tourism Behavior
  • Outdoor Recreation, Protected Area, and Environmental Education Research Group
  • Travel and Tourism Research Group
  • Sustainability Council
+ See All - See Less
Education
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Anthropology, Stanford University, Department of Anthropology & Woods Institute for the Environment, 2009-2012
  • Ph.D., Recreation, Park and Tourism Science, Texas A & M University, 2009
  • M.S., Recreation, Park and Tourism Science, Texas A & M University, 2003
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Kentucky, 1997
+ See All - See Less
Currently Accepting Graduate Students
Interests
  • Ecotourism and nature-based tourism
  • Environmental anthropology & anthropology of tourism
  • Biodiversity conservation & protected areas
  • Sustainability and sustainable development
  • Conservation psychology and pro-environmental behavior
  • Ethnographic research methods
  • Ecuador, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru, and Tanzania
Grants and Research Projects

See personal webpage for more information.

Publications