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M.A. Students

SÉBASTIEN BLUTEAU
(MA Psychology; BA Psychology)

Interests: Prescription practices, ethnopsychiatry, youth populations
Supervisor: Allan Young
sebastien [dot] bluteau [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
 
ADAM FLEISCHMANN
(BA Anthropology and French, The Evergreen State College)

Interests: Environmentalism and rights groups, epistemology and knowledge formation, climate change, ethics; decolonial, feminist and language theory; North America
Supervisor: Ronald Niezen
adam [dot] fleischmann [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

CAMILO GOMEZ
(BA Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia)

Thesis: "The Metaphor of a Brown Jesus: the Lord of Miracles"
Interests: Anthropology of religion, governmentality, power and counterpower, critical theory, indigenous and social movements, resistance and rebellion, human rights; Latin America
Supervisor: Kristin Norget
camilo [dot] gomez [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

SITI HAZARIAH
(BA South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore)

Thesis: "Betwixt and Between: Social Marginalization and Ritual Specialization in Contemporary Singapore"
Interests: Culture and religion, death practices, the Indian diaspora, Gurkhas in Singapore and Nepal; South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Malay world
Supervisor: Katherine Lemons
siti [dot] h [dot] abubakar [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

FRANCES KOZIAR
(BSc Archaeological Science, University of Toronto)

Thesis: "Sacrificial Tears: Death, Mourning and the Perception of Sacrifice in the Aztec World"
Interests: Archaeology of death and mourning, ancient empires, the Aztec, sacrifice, cannibalism, experience and emotion, anthropology of religion
Supervisor: Nicole Couture

MATTHEW KRISJANSSON  
ALICIA MORI
(BA Social Sciences, University College Utrecht)

Thesis: "Conservation Connections: Governance, Social Connected and Democratic Dilemmas in Lake Natron Wildlife Management Area"
Interests: Conservation, land conflict, political ecology, knowledge production, social mobility, indigenous peoples; Tanzania
Supervisor: John Galaty
alicia [dot] mori [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

CALLAN ROSS-SHEPPARD

Interests: Archaeology of Inner Asia, Khitan/Liao Empire, subaltern communities, pastoral nomadic populations, political economy, ceramic petrography and geochemistry

 

ERIC WHITE

 

Ph.D. Students

JULIA BAILEY
(MA Social Anthropology, McGill University; BA International Development Studies, McGill University)

Thesis: "Money, Maize and Milk: The Substance of Relatedness between Maasai Women"
Interests: Pastoral livelihoods, gender, social relatedness and exchange, the house and domesticity, Kenya
Supervisor: John Galaty
julia [dot] bailey [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
JANELLE MARIE BAKER
(MA, University of Alberta; BA First Class Honours, University of Calgary)

Thesis: "Cree Perspectives on Wild Food Contamination in Alberta's Oil Sands Region"
Interests: Ethnoecology, ethnobotany, environmental anthropology, oral traditions, narrative, political ecology, gender
Supervisor: Colin Scott
Website
janelle [dot] baker [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 


NICHOLAS BARBER
(MA International Affairs, The New School; BA hon. Development/Political Studies, Queen's University)

Thesis: "Representing Baka: Development, Videomaking, and Indigenous Identity among Forest Peoples in Southeast Cameroon"
Interests: Anthropology of development, legal anthropology, visual anthropology, indigenous media, indigenous rights, participatory video, collaborative ethnography
Supervisor: Ronald Niezen
nicholas [dot] barber [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Curriculum vitae

AMY BARNES
(PhD Philosophy, McGill University; BA Philosophy + Studio Art, University of Guelph)

Thesis: "Anagogy and Monastic Life"
Interests: Cultural anthropology, anthropology of religion, ontology and hermeneutics, anthropology of Christianity, anthropology of monasticism, political philosophy, selfhood and subjectivity
Supervisor: Eduardo Kohn
amy [dot] barnes [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

DÖRTE BEMME
(MA European Ethnology / Modern Literature, Humboldt University, Berlin; BA European Ethnology / Modern Literature, Humboldt University)

Interests: Global mental health, anthropology of the contemporary, anthropology of knowledge, medical anthropology
Supervisor: Tobias Rees
Website

JENNIFER BRACEWELL
(MA Institute of Archaeology, University College London; BA Anthropology, McGill University)

Thesis: “Post-Sedentary Hunter-Gatherers in Prehistoric Northern Finland”
Interests: Post-sedentary hunter-gatherers, subarctic hunter-gatherers, cognitive archaeology, history of archaeology, early Finnish Metal Age, community continuity and landscape re-use, semiotics, ritual and ritual architecture, spatial analysis, community archaeology, monumental architecture; prehistory of Finland, prehistory of Quebec and Northern Canada
Supervisor: Andre Costopolous
Website
jennifer [dot] bracewell [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Curriculum vitae

GREGORY M. BRASS
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology / Museum Studies UBC)

Thesis: “The Social Life of Cancer in Eeyou Istchee (James Bay Cree) Communities”
Interests: medical anthropology, medical pluralism, narrative, cancer, development
Regions: Canadian Subarctic - northern Quebec
Ethnic Groups: James Bay Cree, Indigenous Peoples of North America
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson
gregory [dot] brass [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
 

NICOLAS CADIEUX
(MSc Anthropology, Université de Montréal; BA Classics, BEd History, University of Ottawa)

Thesis: “The La Grande Complex, the Initial Occupation and Lithic Distribution Networks of Northern Quebec”
Interests: Archaeology, La Grande Complex, initial occupation, settlement patterns, lithic distribution networks, prehistoric exchange systems
Region: Northern Québec
Supervisor: Andre Costopoulos
Website
nicolas [dot] cadieux2 [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

JENNIFER CAMPBELL
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA English and Creative Writing, University of Calgary)

Thesis: "Curated Selves: Advertising and Creativity in Late Capitalism"
Interests: Advertising aesthetics and practice, creativity in late capitalism, neoliberalism, ritual, memory and the senses, ethnographic writing and film; Montreal, Southern France
Supervisors: Kristin Norget and Setrag Manoukian
jennifer [dot] e [dot] campbell [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

LAURA CHASSAIGNE
(MA Comparative Art, Institute of Archaeology, University College London; BA Art History and Archaeology, McGill University)

Thesis: “Marks and Meaning: Engraved Objects from the French Early Upper Paleolithic”
Interests: Paleolithic archaeology, symbolism, gender archaeology, southwest France
Supervisors: Michael Bisson and Nicole Couture
laura [dot] chassaigne [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

GILLIAN ANNAIR CHILIBECK
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology, University of Alberta)

Interests: Medical anthropology, death, grief, genetic risk, kinship, gendered ethics/politics of care
Regions: North America, Northern India
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson
gillian [dot] chilibeck [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 
JENNIFER CRAIG
(MA Maritime Archaeology and History, University of Bristol; BA Archaeology and Classics, Memorial University Newfoundland)

Thesis: "Beads on Boats: digital charts of the dynamic human-environment interaction with Philippine shipwreck bead cargo and sea water current"
Interests: Underwater archaeology, maritime archaeology, harbor and port archaeology, physical oceanography, maritime history, cognitive science, human-environment interaction
Supervisors: Gwen Bennett; Brendan Gillon (Linguistics); Damian Robinson (University of Oxford)
Website
jennifer [dot] craig [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

MÓNICA CUÉLLAR GEMPELER
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology, Universidad Nacional de Colombia)

Interests: Narrative, emotion and the material environment, ethnographic writing, rural life, rural migration; Colombia
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson and Eduardo Kohn
monica [dot] cuellar [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

MIRANDA DAHLIN
(MA, University of Toronto; BA Adv., University of Manitoba)

Interests: Anthropology of violence, anthropology of immigration and borders, asylum seeking; Mexico-U.S. border, Mexico
Supervisor: Kristin Norget
miranda [dot] dahlin [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

DARCIE DEANGELO
(MPhil, University of Tromsø; BA Harvard University)

Interests: Visual anthropology, anthropology of medicine, disability studies, bodies, Southeast Asia, Cambodia
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson
Website
darcie [dot] deangelo [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

FREDERICO DEMUSSO

 

LAURIE DENYER WILLIS
(MS Urban Planning, MIT; BAH International Development/Gender Studies, University of Guelph)

Thesis: “'Pacifying Men': The Therapeutic Rehabilitation of Men Who Abuse Women in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil”
Interests: Masculinity, gender-based violence, human rights, Brazil
Supervisor: Sandra Hyde
laurie [dot] denyer [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

SEAN P.A. DESJARDINS
(MSc Anthropology, University of Toronto; BA Anthropology, New College of Florida)

Thesis: "The Only Means of Survival: the Ethnoarchaeology of Inuit Sea-Mammal Hunting, Foxe Basin, Nunavut"
Interests: Arctic anthropology, Arctic and subarctic ecology, traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), environmental archaeology, food security and food safety; Inuit culture
Supervisor: James Savelle
sean [dot] desjardins [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)


EMILIO DIRLIKOV
(MA Medical Anthropology, McGill University; BS highest hon. Biology/Asian Studies with Anthropology Minor, University of Michigan)

Thesis: “Global Health Assemblages: An Ethnography of Tuberculosis in China”
Interests: Global health, infectious diseases, citizenship, history of medicine
Supervisors: Sandra Hyde, Tobias Rees, and Ronald Niezen
Blog
emilio [dot] dirlikov [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

GABRIELLA DJERRAHIAN
(MSc Anthropologie, Université de Montréal; BSc Université de Montréal)

Thesis: “Black Matters: Young Ethiopian Jews and Race in Israel”
Interests: Diaspora, migration, transnationalism, racialization, blackness, youth culture, cultural integration, globalization, African American studies, Jewish studies, social and cultural anthropology, anthropology of youth culture, anthropology of race and ethnicity, anthropology of development; Middle East (Israel), North America (Canada, Quebec), East Africa (Ethiopia)
Supervisor: Setrag Manoukian
gdjerrahian [at] gmail [dot] com (Email)

 


JESSICA M. DOLAN
(MSc Ethnobotany, University of Kent at Canterbury; BA, New School for Social Research)

Thesis: “The Restorative Ecology of the Great Law of Peace: Environmental Knowledge and Stewardship in Haudenosaunee Homeland”
Interests: Environmental anthropology, Indigenous studies, ethnoecology, political ecology, community/participatory methods, oral tradition, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario, native cultures of northeastern North America, Ireland
Supervisors: Andre Costopoulos and Colin Scott
Website
jessica [dot] dolan [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
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EMILY DONALDSON
(MA Social Sciences, University of Chicago; BA high hon. Anthropology, Harvard University)

Thesis: “Landscapes Lost, Paradise Found? Negotiating Sustainable Heritage Management and Livelihoods in the Marquesas Islands”
Interests: Cultural landscapes, resources, land use and embodiment, heritage management, sustainability, power, development, indigenous peoples; Oceania, French Polynesia
Supervisor: Colin Scott
Website
Blog
emily [dot] donaldson [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
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GIULIA EL-DARDIRY
(MSc Public Health, University of Toronto; BA Anthropology, McGill University)

Thesis: "A Place of Hospitable Engagements: Displacement, Integration and Livelihoods of Iraqi Refugees in Jordan"
Interests: Displacement, refugee livelihoods, refugee-host relations, home and belonging, violence and subjectivity, hospitality; Iraq, Jordan
Supervisor: John Galaty, Lisa Stevenson and Setrag Manoukian
giulia [dot] el-dardiry [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

RAAD FADAAK
(MA Anthropology, McGill University) 

Interests: global health security, infectious diseases, epidemics, biosecurity, public health
Supervisor: Tobias Rees
raad [dot] fadaak [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

KRISTIN FLEMONS
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology, McGill University)

Thesis: "Competing through compassion: The technical and moral 'investments' of strategic management in global health and humanitarianism"
Interests: Global health, humanitarianism, medical humanitarianism, strategic management, management consulting, public private partnerships, 'post-social' ethnography
Supervisor: Tobias Rees
kristin [dot] flemons [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

GRAHAM R.L. FOX
(MA Anthropology, Carleton University; BA hon. International Development Studies, Dalhousie University)

Thesis: "The Conservation-Security Nexus in the Ewaso Ng'iro Basin, Northern Kenya"
Interests: Critical security studies, science and technology studies, community-based conservation, human-animal relations, genealogy and discourse analysis
Supervisor: John Galaty
graham [dot] fox [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

JOSHUA JET FRIESEN
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA, The University of Calgary)

Interests: Sovereignty, political anthropology; Quebec
Supervisor: Philip Carl Salzman
joshua [dot] friesen [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

MARIE-PIERRE GADOUA
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology, Université de Montréal)

Thesis: “Intersecting Knowledges: Engagement and Reciprocity between Arctic Archaeology and Inuit People”
Interests: Collaborative archaeology, material culture, memory, oral traditions, culture and health, tradition and modernity, Inuit
Supervisor: James Savelle and Nicole Couture
marie-pierre [dot] gadoua [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 
PASCAL GAUDETTE  

FIONA GEDEON ACHI
(MA Anthropology, University of Chicago; BA, McGill University)

Thesis: “Randomized Humanity: Ethnographic Inquiry into Global Poverty Alleviation”
Interests: Anthropology of knowledge, concept of poverty, global poverty alleviation, anthropology of development, randomized experiments
Supervisor: Tobias Rees, Setrag Manoukian, and Stephen Collier (the New School)
Website
fiona [dot] gedeonachi [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

JENNIFER GLASSCO
(MA Anthropology and Development, University of Leiden, Netherlands; BA International Development Studies, McGill University)

Thesis: "Beyond an African Youth Crisis: Pastoralist Youth Strategies for Economic Success"
Interests: Youth culture and identity, institutional change, globalization, gerontocracy, agency, East Africa, Kenya
Supervisor: John Galaty
jennifer [dot] glassco [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

RANDY HAHN
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BSc Archaeology and Geography, Univeristy of Lethbridge)

Thesis: "The Social Production of the Chimu Empire"
Interests: Chimu empire, colonialism and power, processes of subjectification, north coast of Peru
Supervisor: Nicole Couture
randy [dot] hahn [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

SARAH HAZELL
(MSc Anthropology, University of Toronto; BA, University of Toronto)

Thesis: "Thule Expansionists: Determining the Motivation and Timing of Ancestral Inuit into the Canadian High Arctic"
Interests: Arctic archaeology, Thule-Dorset interaction, migrations, culture change, zooarchaeology, High Arctic, Resolute Bay, Nunavut
Supervisor: Andre Costopoulos
sarah [dot] hazell [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

QIUYU JIANG
(MA Anthropology, Renmin University; BA Ethnology and Ecology, The Central University for Nationalities, Beijing)

Thesis: "African Migrants in Guangzhou"
Interests: African migrants in China, Sino-African relations, space, social networks, citizenship
Supervisor: Sandra Hyde
qiuyu [dot] jiang [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

IAN KALMAN
(BA, University of Chicago)

Thesis: "Indigenous Difference at the Canada/US Border"
Interests: Indigenous peoples of North America, indigenous rights, anthropology of law, border studies, Haudenosaunee/Iroquois studies, security and surveillance
Supervisors: Ronald Niezen and Colin Scott
ian [dot] kalman [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

ANNE-ELISE KEEN
(MA Social Anthropology, University of Kent at Canterbury; BA Sociology-Anthropology and Spanish, Gustavus Adolphus College)

Interests: Land tenure management, conflict, pastoralism
Regions: Sub-Saharan Africa, Cameroon
Supervisor: John Galaty
anne-elise [dot] keen [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 
ANNE KENNEDY  

ERICA LAGALISSE
(MA Anthropology, Concordia University)

Thesis: "Matrices of Transnational 'Anarchoindigenism'”
Interests: Social movements, gender, indigenism; anthropology of class; neoliberalism, “identity”, and anthropology; chaos/complexity theory and dialectics, Canada, Mexico, Las Amerikas
Supervisor: Kristin Norget
erica [dot] lagalisse [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 
CATHERINE LAROUCHE
(MA Social Anthropology, Université Laval; BA Social Anthropology, Université Laval)

Interests: Anthropology of gender; religious identity politics; non-governmental organizations; South Asia; North India
Supervisor: Katherine Lemons

SOPHIE LLEWELYN
(MSc Rural Extension Studies, University of Guelph; BA Political Science, University of Toronto)

Interests: Globalization, ecological agriculture, peasant movements, social and environmental change, India
Supervisor: Donald Attwood
sophie [dot] llewelyn [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

SUSAN LOFTHOUSE
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology, University of Toronto)

Thesis: "Shifting Dorset Subsistence Strategies and Mobility in the Eastern Canadian Arctic"
Interests: Zooarchaeology, Arctic peoples, hunter-gatherer mobility and subsistence, socio-cultural change, the Arctic
Supervisor: James Savelle
susan [dot] lofthouse [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

PHILIPPE MESSIER
(MA Anthropology, Université Laval; BSc Anthropology, Université de Montréal)

Interests: Media anthropology, visual anthropology, economic anthropology, media, technology and social change, marketplaces, representation, India, Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia)
Supervisors: Setrag Manoukian
philippe [dot] messier3 [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)


SARAH MORITZ
(MA Anthropology, University of Victoria; BA Anthropology, University of Aberdeen)

Thesis: "Fish is there for our descendants!: Hydro-Electric Development, St’át’imc Subsistence Fishing and Environmental Change in British Columbia"
Interests: Environmental anthropology, oral traditions, political and narrative ecology, anthropology of colonialism, indigenous law, relational ontologies, co-governance, non-state conservation, social and environmental movements, fisheries, Western Canada
Supervisors: Colin Scott
Sarah [dot] Moritz [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

WREN NASR
(MA Anthropology, McGill University)
 

IEVA PABERZYTE
(MA Archaeology, McGill University; BA Archaeology, Vilnius University)

Thesis: "Continuity and Change of Cree Childbirth Experiences: Past and Present"
Interests: Subarctic indigenous peoples, continuity and change of childbirth practices, medical anthropology, social anthropology, politics of representation, research ethics, archaeology, community-archaeology relationship
Supervisors: Andre Costopoulos and Lisa Stevenson
Website
ieva [dot] paberzyte [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

PIERRE ALEXANDRE PAQUET  

CAROLINA PINEDA
(MA Anthropology, University of Western Ontario; BA French and Anthropology, University of Western Ontario)

Thesis: “'I am Elsewhere': An Ethnographic Account of Life with Incurable Disease in Canada”
Interests: Chronic illness and disability, narrative analysis, symbolic anthropology, critical ethnography, critical disability studies, feminist thought and practice, Canada
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson
carolina [dot] pineda [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 

VINEET RATHEE
(MA, MPhil Sociology, University of Delhi; BA Honours Sociology, Hindu College, University of Delhi)

Interests: Anthropology of South Asia, anthropology of the state, anthropology of law, anthropology of caste (caste panchayats), political anthropology, postcolonial theory, political theory, theories of sovereignty; India (fieldwork site: Haryana)
Supervisor: Katherine Lemons
vineet [dot] rathee [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)


IVET REYES MATURANO
(MA Cultural Analysis, Universiteit van Amsterdam; BA Anthropology, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (ENAH))

Thesis: "Remittance Cultivated Landscapes: Forest Recovery and Social Transformation in the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca, Mexico"
Interests: Political ecology, migration, sites of memory, land use change, social organization and conflicts
Supervisor: Ismael Vaccaro, Andrés Medina Hernández (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, UNAM)
irmaturano [at] gmail [dot] com (Email)

NICOLE RIGILLO
(MA Social and Cultural Anthropology, Concordia University; BA hon. Anthropology, University of Toronto)

Thesis: "Doing Well by Doing Good: Logics of Corporate Social Responsibility in Bangalore, India"
Interests: Biopolitics, history of welfare, neoliberalism, market/gift exchange, humanitarianism, Hinduism, charity; India
Supervisor: Lisa Stevenson
Website
nicole [dot] rigillo [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

DANIEL RUIZ-SERNA
(MA Anthropology, McGill University)

Thesis: "Naming the Evil: Political Violence, Spirits and the Landscapes of Fear in Colombia"
Interests: Animism, political violence, animal-human relationships, Amazonia, political ecology, visual anthropology
Supervisor: Eduardo Kohn
daniel [dot] ruiz-serna [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
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KATHERINE SCOTT
(MA Anthropology, McGill University)

Interests: Indigenous knowledge, development, protected areas, community heritage and local museums, Eastern James Bay Cree
Supervisor: Colin Scott
Website

 

CAROLINE SEAGLE
(MA Anthropology,Vrije Universiteit/VU Amsterdam;BA Honours Anthropology with Minor in Environment, McGill University

Thesis: "The 'mining-conservation nexus' in Madagascar: Biodiversity offsets, land valuation and corporate aesthetics of sustainability"
Interests: Political ecology, neoliberal conservation, human-environment interactions, aesthetics/aisthesis and embodiment, media and mediation, green economy and 'green grabbing,' biodiversity as contested heritage, resource ontologies, foreign large-scale land acquisitions in Africa; Madagascar
Supervisors: John Galaty and Gwyn Campbell (at the Indian Ocean World Centre)
caroline [dot] seagle [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

AMBER LEE SILVA
(MA Anthropology, McGill University; BA Anthropology and Archaeology, SUNY Potsdam)

Thesis: "The Selective Modernity of a Global Enclave: Religious Segregation of the Russian Old Believer Diaspora" (working title)
Interests: Eastern Orthodoxy, anthropology of religion, ethnohistory, historicity and authenticity, social segregation and intentional communities, Russian history, peasant studies; Eastern Europe
Supervisor: Ronald Niezen
amber [dot] silva [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

 
KATHERINE SINCLAIR  

KATHERINE STRAND
(MA Anthropology, University of Wyoming)

Thesis: "Organic Agriculture on the High Plains: Re-contextualizing Symbolic Capital in the Struggle for Legitimacy and Status"
Interests: Productivist and post-productivist agriculture including industrial farming, organic production, and community supported agriculture, material culture and landscape theory, political ecology, the American Dust Bowl, western United States and Canada
Supervisor: Ismael Vaccaro
katherine [dot] strand [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

SARA E. THIAM
(MA Medical Anthropology, McGill University; BA hon. Anthropology, University of Michigan)

Thesis: “Forced Begging, Aid and Children’s Rights in Senegal: Stories of Suffering and Politics of Compassion in the Promotion of Rights for the Taalibe Qur’anic School Children of Senegal and Mali”
Interests: Humanitarianism, children's rights, childhood, West Africa, Senegal, Mali
Supervisor: Sandra Hyde
Website
sara [dot] thiam [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)

COREY WRIGHT  
JULIANNE YIP
(MA Anthropology, McGill University) 
 

NATHALIE YLANG

 
NAOMI ZUMSTEIN
(lic.phil.I/MA Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Media Studies & Museology, University of Zurich; MA Anthropology, The New School)

 

Thesis: "Psychiatry and Cultural Consultation in Canada and Switzerland"
Interests: Migration, mental health, psychiatric humanitarianism, history of psychiatry, economization of health care systems, Art brut, misandry; Canada, Switzerland, Europe
Supervisor: Allan Young
naomi [dot] zumstein [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)