Recent Graduates

September 2011 – June 2012

  • Dr. Raja Abillama: Septemver 2012
  • THE MARITAL STATE: PERSONAL STATUS LAWS, DISCOURSES OF REFORM, AND SECULARISM IN LEBANON

  • Dr. Katharina Bodirsky: February 2012
  • THE VALUE OF DIVERSITY: CULTURE, COHESION, AND COMPETITIVENESS IN THE MAKING OF EU-EUROPE

  • Dr. Jessica Brinkworth: February 2012
  • EVOLUTION OF INNATE IMMUNITY IN AFRICAN CATARRHINES

  • Dr. Sam Byrd: May 2012
  • MAKING MUSIC IN LATINO CHARLOTTE: POLITICS AND COMMUNITY FORMATION IN A GLOBALIZING CITY

  • Dr. Siobhán Cooke: September 2012
  • THE GREATER ANTILLEAN PLATYRRHINES: BIOGEOGRAPHY AND PALEOBIOLOGY

  • Dr. Melis Ece:  February 2012
  • CONSERVING NATURE, TRANSFORMING AUTHORITY: EVICTION AND DEVELOPMENT AT THE MARGINS OF THE STATE, THE NIOKOLO-KOBA NATIONAL PARK, SENEGAL

  • Dr. Abou Farman Farmaian: May 2012
  • SECULAR IMMORTAL

  • Dr. Carolyn Fisher: February 2012
  • FROM INCENTIVES TO AYUDAS: HISTORICAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXT OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS WITH SMALL-SCALE COFFEE FARMERS IN RURAL NICARAGUA

  • Dr. Christine Folch: February 2012
  • THE FLOWS OF SOVEREIGNTY: ITAIPU HYDROELECTRIC DAM AND THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF THE PARAGUAYAN NATIONS-STATE

  • Dr. Sarah Freidline: May 2012
  • EVOLUTION OF THE FACE IN MID PLEISTOCENE HOMO- 3D SURFACE ANALYSIS ONTOGENY, ALLOMERY AND EVOLUTION

  • Dr. Denise Geraci: September 2012
  • WHEN WOMEN MIGRATE: CHILDREN AND CARING LABOR IN PUEBLA, MEXICO

  • Dr. Lauren Halenar: February 2012
  • PALEBIOLOGY OF PHOTOPITHECUS BRASILIENSIS, A PLUS-SIZE PLEISTOCENE PLATYRRHINE FROM BRAZIL

  • Dr. Lynn Horridge: September 2012
  • FINDING KINSHIP IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: MATCHING GAY NEW YORKERS WITH CHILDREN THROUGH ADOPTION AND FOSTERING

  • Dr. Martha Kebalo: September 2012
  • PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY ACTIVISM IN CHERKASY OBLAST

  • Dr. Lara Kusnetzky: September 2012
  • STORIES OF TIN CITY: NARRATIVE IDENTITY AND THE HISTORIES OF GEJIU, YUNNAN PROVINCE

  • Dr. Elizabeth Martin: September 2012
  • DECONSTRUCTING MARGINALITY: EXPLORING THE FOUNDATIONS OF DOGTOWN COMMONS, MASSACHUSETTS

  • Dr. Shea McManus: September 2012
  • THE POLITICS OF TRANSITION: TIME, HISTORY, AND JUSTICE IN POSTWAR LEBANON

  • Dr. Andrea Morrells: September 2012
  • THE PRISON FIX: RACE, WORK, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ELMIRA, NEW YORK

  • Dr. Nada Moumtaz: September 2012
  • MODERNIZING CHARITY, REMAKING ISLAMIC LAW

  • Dr. Ted Powers: February 2012
  • HIV/AIDS, LOCAL POLITICS, AND THE LIMITS OF TRANSNATIONAL GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA

  • Dr. Jill Schennum: February 2012
  • BETHELEM STEELWORKERS: RESHAPING THE INDUSTRIAL WORKING CLASS

    September 2009 – June 2010

  • Dr. Ragnar Edvardsson: February 2010
    “The Role of Marine Resources in the Medieval Economy of Vestfirdir, Iceland”
  • Dr. Christine M. Hegel: September 2009
    “Breach of Trust: Customary/Commercial Documents and Practices of Private Law in an Egyptian Port”
  • Dr. Russell Hogg: June 2010
    “Dental Microstructure and Growth in the Cebid Primates”
  • Dr. Yoko Ikeda: September 2009
    “Digging up the Earth in New York City: A Community-Based Environmental Movement”
  • Dr. Laura Eve Kaehler: September 2009
    “Nation-States, Capital Market Managers, and Sovereignty: An Ethnographic Case Study in Malaysia”
  • Dr. Masako Kato: September 2009
    “Bilingual Motherhood: Language and Identity Among Japanese Mothers in New York City”
  • Dr. Tina Lee: February 2010
    “Stratified Reproduction and Definitions of Child Neglect: State Practices and Parents’ Responses”
  • Dr. Ruth Maher: September 2009
    “Landscapes of Life and Death: Social Dimensions of a Perceived Landscape in Viking Age Iceland”
  • Dr. Joshua Milton Moses: September 2009
    “Religion, Mental Health and Disaster Response in a New Age of Anxiety “
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    September 2008-May 2009

    • Dr. Colin Amundsen: September 2008
      “Culture Contact, Ethnicity and Food Practices of Coastal Finnmark, Norway (1200 to 1600 A.D.)”
    • Dr. Edith Gonzalez-Scollard: September 2008
      “Raising Cane: Sugar, People and the Environment in Nineteenth-century Antigua, West Indies”
    • Dr. Christina Honjo Harris: May 2009
      “Silk Roads and Wool Routes: the Social Geography of Tibetan Trade”
    • Dr. Nicole Laborde: February 2009
      “Raising Children the American Way: Court-Mandated Parenting Education in Alameda, California”
    • Dr. Abraham Lotha: May 2009
      “Articulating Naga Nationalism”
    • Dr. Amy Schreier: February 2009
      “The Influence of Resource Distribution on the Social Structure and Travel Patterns of Wild Hamadryas Baboons (Papio hamadryas) in Filoha, Awash National Park, Ethiopia”
    • Dr. Cosimo Sgarlata: February 2009
      “The Upland Archaeology of West Rock Ridge in South-Central Connecticut: Small Stemmed Point Tradition Land-use Intensification”
    • Dr. Gerard Weber: February 2009
      “Forsaken Generation: Stress, Social Suffering and Strategies among Working-Class Pensioners in Post-Socialist Moldova, Romania”
    • Dr .Gabriela Zamorano: February 2009
      “Reimagining Politics: Video and Indigenous Struggles in Contemporary Bolivia”

     

    October 2007-May 2008

    • Dr. Milton Herrera: May 2008
      “Milk Insufficiency in Esmeraldas, Ecuador: A Multidisciplinary Approach”
    • Dr. Rebecca Jabbour: May 2008
      “Postcranial skeletal diversity and ecomorphology of African apes”
    • Dr. Hannah Jopling: February 2008
      “Making a Way Out of No Way: Relations Between Blacks and Whites in Annapolis, MD., 1902-1952”
    • Dr. Terese Lawinski: October 2007
      “Welfare Restructuring in Suburban New York”
    • Dr. Joshua Matthew Linder: May 2008
      “Differential vulnerability of primates to hunting in Korup National Park, Cameroon: Implications for primate conservation”
    • Dr. Suzana Moura Maia: October 2007
      “Brazilian Erotic Dancers in New York: Desire and National Identity”
    • Dr. Rachel L. Nuger: February 2008
      “The Influence of Climate on the Obstetrical Dimensions of the Human Bony Pelvis”
    • Dr. Andrea Queeley: October 2007
      “A Dream Derailed: The English Speaking Caribbean Diaspora in Revolutionary Cuba”
    • Dr. Mary N. Taylor: February 2008
      “The Politics of Culture: Folk Critique and Transformation of the State in Hungary”
    • Dr. Aysecan Terzioglu: February 2008
      “Experiencing and Explaining Cancer: A Critical Study of Turkish Modernity Through the Cancer Patients’ Narrative”
    • Dr. Nelson Ting: May 2008
      “Molecular systematics of red colobus monkeys”
    • Dr. Johanna Warshaw: October 2007
      “Primate Bone Microstructural Variability: Relationships to Life History, Mechanical Adaptation and Phylogeny”

     

    October 2006-May 2007

    • Dr. Roberto Abadie: October 2006
      “A Guinea Pig’s Wage Risk and Commoditization in Pharmaceutical Research in America”
    • Dr. Karen Baab: May 2007
      “Cranial Shape Variation in Homo erectus
    • Dr. Richard Bergl: October 2006
      “Conservation Giology of the Cross River Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli)”
    • Dr. Julian Brash: October 2006 “The Bloomberg Way: Development Politics, urban Ideology, and Class Transformation in Contemporary New York City”
    • Dr. Terence Capellini: May 2007
      “PBX Genes in Vertebrate Limb Development and the Implications of Their Study to Primate Evolution”
    • Dr. Elsa Davidson: October 2006
      “Success Stories: Young People’s Aspirations and the Politics of Class in Post-Boom Silicon Valley”
    • Dr. Reiko Matsuda Goodwin: February 2007
      “Behavior and Ecology of the Mona Monkey (Cercopithecus mona Schreber, 1774) in the seasonally dry Lama Forest of Republic of Benin, West Africa”
    • Dr. Maria Gutierrez: May 2007
      “All that is Air Turns Solid: The Creation of a Market for Carbon Sinks Under the Kyoto Protocol”
    • Dr. Michelle Hay: October 2006
      “Social and Economic Adjustment of Afro-Cubans in the United States: Racial and Ehnic Considerations”
    • Dr. Laure Levine: February 2007
      “Defending Children’s Rights: Global Discourse and Local Interpretations Among Palestinian Camp Refugees in Jordan”
    • Dr. Kelley McFarland: May 2007
      “Ecology and conservation of Cross River gorillas (Gorilla gorilla diehli) on Afi Mountain, Cross River State, Nigeria”
    • Dr. Shannon McFarlin: October 2006
      “Ontogenetic investigation of bone histology & life history in catarrhines”
    • Dr. Cameron McNeil: October 2006
      “Maya Interactions With the Natural World: Landscape Transformation and Ritual Plant Use at Copan, Honduras”
    • Dr. Wosenyelesh Mekuria: October 2006
      “Modern-Day Griots: Imagining Africa, Choreographing Experience In a West African Performance in New York”
    • Dr. David Vine: October 2006
      “Empire’s Footprint: Expulsion and the U.S. Military Base on Diego Garcia”

     

    October 2005 – May 2006

    • Dr. Susan Falls: October 2005
      “The Configuring of Diamonds: A Study of Consumption”
    • Dr. Larisa Honey: May 2006
      “Transforming Selves and Society: Women, Spiritual Health, and Pluralism in Post-Soviet Moscow”
    • Dr. G. Derrick Hodge: October 2005
      ”Colonization of the Cuban Body: Nationalism, Economy, and Masculinity of Male Sex Work in Havana”
    • Dr. Marlene Linville: October 2005
      “Marine Shell as Medium in Amerindian Aruba”
    • Dr. Pellegrino Luciano: October 2005
      “Shades of Dispossession: Neoliberalism and the Social Production of Credibility in Macchu Piccu, Peru”
    • Dr. Erin Martineau: May 2006
      “‘Too Much Tolerance’: Hang-Around Youth, Public Space, and the Problem of Freedom in the Netherlands”
    • Dr. Gerard Scharfenberger: October 2005
      “The Old Scots Burying Ground: A Case Study in the Archaeology of Religion”
    • Dr. Danielle Whittaker: October 2005
      “Evolutionary Genetics of Kloss’s Gibbons (Hylobates klossii): Systematics, Phylogeography, and Conservation”
    • Dr. Jarrett Zigon: February 2006
      “Five Muscovites: Narratives of Moral Experience in Contemporary Russia”

     

    October 2004-May 2005

    • Dr. Diana Agosta: October 2004
      “Naming the Future: How Salvadoran Community Radio Builds Civil Society and Popular Culture”
    • Dr. Leon Arredondo: May 2005
      “Liberalism, Working-Class Formation and Historical Memory: Dockworkers in a Colombian Frontier”
    • Dr. Eliza Darling: October 2004
      “Accommodating Wilderness: Gentrification and the Production of Nature in the Adirondack Park”
    • Dr. Friederike Fleischer: May 2005
      “Housing China’s Emerging Classes: Competing Interests in a Beijing Suburb”
    • Dr. M. Alfredo Gonzalez: October 2004
      “Sexuality and Love in the Lives of Homeless Men in New York”
    • Dr. Johanna Gorelick: February 2005
      “Uncovering and Recovering Identity: An Historical Ethnography of the Cultural Politics of Museum Building at Ak-Chin Him-Dak”
    • Dr. Christopher Lawrence: May 2005
      “The European Union, Immigration and Inequality: ‘Albanian’ Labor in the Political Economy of Rural Greece”
    • Dr. Carmen Medeiros: February 2005
      “The Right ‘to Know How to Understand’: Coloniality and Contesting Visions of Development and Citizenship in the Times of Neo-Liberal Civility”
    • Dr. Arthur Rostoker: February 2005
      “Dimensions of Prehistoric Human Occupation in the Southern Ecuadorian Oriente”

     

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