College: College of Arts and Sciences
Designation: Associate Professor
Research: Sustainability and environmental change; Household political economy migration; kinship-family and social organization; gender, aging; anthropological demography; longitudinal research; qualitative methods; sub-Saharan Africa; Gwembe Tonga Research Project
Courses: ANT 399-002 Fld/Comm Based Ed in Anth; ANT 581-002 Ind Work-Anth; ANT 660-001 Ethnographic Research; ANT 662-002: Res Design; ANT 748-002 Master's Thesis Res; ANT 749-002: Dissertation Res; ANT 750: Grad Field Study in Anth; ANT 767-002 Dissertation Res Credit; ANT 768-002: Res Cr Masters Degree; ANT 769-002: Res Cr Doctors Degree; ANT 790-002: Research Problems in Anthropology
Collaborative activities: NSF project on Migration and Environmental Change with geographers at McGill University and California State University Dominguez Hills NSF project on Food Security in the context of Migration with bio-cultural anthropologist at U. Kentucky (Anthropology) NSF funded field school on anthropological research methods in Zambia and Bolivia with biological anthropologist at Brandeis University.
Expertise: Ecological anthropology, economic anthropology, political ecology, qualitative research methods, GIS and remote sensing from qualitative social science perspective, community studies, multiscale analysis.
Keywords: anthropology, environmental change, human environment linkage, political ecology,Environmental Stewardship, Sustainability, farming systems, deforestation, famine, population
Other: GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS External Grants and Fellowships (PI or CoPI) 2008-2009
Location: 216 Lafferty Hall 40506-0024
Phone: (859) 257-2796
Fax: (859) 323-1959
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