Dissertations

Completed/published

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
Limited Relief: Cause Lawyering on Behalf of Unaccompanied Chinese Youth (2014) Adviser(s): Stevan Harrell Children, Human Rights, Migration, Sociocultural Anthropology
Sobreviví Como Flor De La Sierra: Women, Violence, and Resistance in Peru (2014) Adviser(s): Rachel R. Chapman, Devon G. Peña Sociocultural Anthropology, South American, Violence and Trauma
The Ecology of Human Diets during the Holocene at North Creek Shelter, Utah (2014) Adviser(s): Donald K. Grayson Archaeology, Ecology, North American
Of Pots and People: Investigating Hunter-Gatherer Pottery Production and Social Networks in the Kuril Islands (2014) Adviser(s): Ben Fitzhugh Archaeology, Ceramic Analysis, Material Culture
Community-Based Herbalism and relational approaches to harm reduction in healthcare (2014) Adviser(s): Rachel R. Chapman Environment, Health, Sociocultural Anthropology
Black Sea Change: A Revision of the Sinop Ceramic Chronology Using Luminescence Dating (2014) Adviser(s): James K. Feathers Archaeology, Dating, Near Eastern Studies
Walls of Indifference: Arizona and the Ecology of Militarization (2013) Adviser(s): Lorna A. Rhodes Ecology, North American, Sociocultural Anthropology
Neo-Colonial Epidemiology: Public health practice and the right to health in Guatemala (2013) Adviser(s): Janelle S. Taylor Government, Health Disparities, Human Rights, Public Health, Sociocultural Anthropology
A Mass Conspiracy To Feed People: Globalizing Cities, World-Class Waste, and the Biopolitics of Food Not Bombs (2013) Adviser(s): Daniel J. Hoffman Food, Sociocultural Anthropology, Urban Studies
Foraging Variability in the Prehistoric Caribbean: A Paired Site Comparison from Carriacou, Grenada (2013) Adviser(s): Donald K. Grayson Archaeology, History, North American
Reconstructing the Rural: Peasant Organizations in a Chinese Movement for Alternative Development (2013) Adviser(s): Ann S. Anagnost East Asian, Sociocultural Anthropology
Forked Tongues at Sequalitchew: A Critical Indigenist Anthropology of Place in Nisqually Territory (2013) Adviser(s): Devon G. Peña Indigenous, Pacific Northwest, Sociocultural Anthropology
Cracking the Code: Navigating and Subverting Dominant Class Rule in Computer Science and Engineering (2013) Adviser(s): Rachel R. Chapman Feminism and Feminist Theory, Science and Technology, Sociocultural Anthropology, Women, Work and Occupations
Population Structure and Large-scale Cooperation in Pohang, South Korea (2013) Adviser(s): Darryl Holman Biological Anthropology, East Asian, Population
Collective action, reputation, and social support networks in the Andes of southern Peru (2013) Adviser(s): Donna L. Leonetti, Eric A. Smith Biological Anthropology, South American
Social Movements and Scientific Forestry: Examining the Community Forestry Movement in Indonesia (2012) Adviser(s): Celia Lowe Environment, Sociocultural Anthropology, Southeast Asian
Creating and Transcending Territorial Boundaries in Late Holocene Pacific Coast Communities (2012) Adviser(s): Julie K. Stein Archaeology, Pacific Northwest
Testosterone, energetics, and male life-history (2012) Adviser(s): Kathleen O'Connor, Eric A. Smith Biological Anthropology, Health
Stratified Bodies and Geopolitics of Desire: Gender, Class and Race in the Transnational Marriage Market in Taiwan (2012) Adviser(s): Ann S. Anagnost, Stevan Harrell Class, East Asian, Race and Ethnicity, Sociocultural Anthropology
War Games at Work: Networks of Power and Production in the U.S. Army Video Game Project (2012) Adviser(s): Miriam Kahn Education, Science and Technology, Sociocultural Anthropology, War and Terror
Documenting and Contextualizing Pjiekakjoo (Tlahui ca) Knowledges through a Collaborative Research Project (2012) Adviser(s): Eugene S. Hunn, Devon G. Peña Ecology, Environment, Indigenous
The Anatomy of Ephemeral Care: Health, Hunger, and Short-Term Humanitarian Intervention in Northwest Nepal (2012) David Citrin
Adviser(s): Rachel R. Chapman
Health, Institutions, Sociocultural Anthropology
Immunocompetence and the Hygiene Hypothesis (2012) Adviser(s): Bettina Shell Duncan Biological Anthropology, Health
Being Latvian: Discourse and Identity Among Individuals of Black African Descent (2012) Adviser(s): Laada Bilaniuk Identity, Immigration, Race and Ethnicity, Sociocultural Anthropology
Culture, Ecology and Livestock Development in Two Nuosu Yi Villages in Liangshan, China (2012) Adviser(s): Stevan Harrell Animal Studies, Culture, East Asian, Ecology, Environment

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