Alumni

 

Name Description Contact

Adams, Elise

“Culture of Poverty,” social-feminist politics and theory, women in poverty, single mothers, reproductive decisions.

elise.adams [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)

Archambault, Caroline

Former McGill Postdoctoral Fellow 2007-2009;
Disciplines: Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Development, Demography, Education
Fields: Childhood, Gender, Human Rights, Impact Evaluation, Pastoralism, Informal Settlements
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa

caroline.archambault [at] gmail.com (Emai)

Armstrong, Kimberley

Ph.D (ABD);

Conflict, displacement, humanitarianism, discourse analysis, post-structuralism, Northern Uganda

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Brockmann Rojas, Maria Eugenia

Ph.D;
Indigenous social movements, indigeneity, ethnicity and identities, ethnic politics, state’s role in ethnic relations, Bolivia.

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Tel. 514-398-1813

 

Donaldson, Emily 

M.A.

Living with Sacred Lands: Negotiating Sustainable Heritage Management and Livelihoods in the Marquesas Islands

emily.donaldson [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)

Dirlikov, Emilio

Ph.D
"Controlling tuberculosis then and now: Chinese public health policymaking and problematizations in an era of Global Health"

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Dionne, Genevieve

Ph.D;
Anthropology of development, institutions of development, right to food.

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Djerrahian, Gabriella

Ph.D;
diaspora, migration, racialization, Middle East

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Godoy-Paiz, Paula

Ph.D;
Women and Violence in Urban Post-War Guatemala Violence, social suffering, gender, Guatemala.

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Guieb III, Eulalio R.

 

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Hohlen, Fredric

M.A;

On the edge of the city: Law, community, and the resettlement process in Delhi, India

Urbanism, space and place, development, displacement and resettlement, political ecology, South Asia

 
 

Laroque, Olivier

 

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Noor, Johnson

Ph.D;

Inuit 'Participation' in Climate Change Governance: From Clyde River to Copenhagen (working title)

governance, institutions, social/environmental change, activism, networks, politics of knowledge

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Matter, Scott

Ph.D;

 

Cultural politics, resource rights and neopatrimonial governance at Enoosupukia, Kenya (working title)

 

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Minn, Pierre

Haiti; medical anthropology; humanitarian medical aid; international health

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Moiko, Stephen

Ph.D;

Pastoralism, Development, Indigenism, Common Property Systems, Property Rights, and Land Tenure Systems, East Africa, Kenya.

 

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Noga, Brodie

M.A;
Dust in the lungs: Affect and environmental ontology in Potosí, Bolivia
Environmental Anthropology, Mining, Cooperatives, Silicosis, Semiotics, Latin America, Embodied experience of landscapes,

brodie.noga [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)

Paiement, Jason

The Tiger and The Turbine: Indigenous Rights and Resource Management in the Naso Territory of Panama

jpaiement99 [at] gmail.com (Email)

Prachun, Erin

Master thesis: Representations of Gender in Post-Soviet Ukraine as seen through Children and Children's Literature

   

Rigillo, Nicole 

PhD;

The Corporate Social: Welfare and Neoliberalism in
      India Inc.

nicole.rigillo [at] mail.mcgill.c">Email

Rouillard, Rémy  

  rouillard.remy [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email) 

Thiam, Sara

Ph.D;
Children's rights, humanitarian aid, education, child fostering, Islam in West Africa, Senegal, Mali

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Uesugi, Takeshi

 Ph.D;
Science Studies, Biological Citizenship, Vietnam, Agent Orange, Epidemiology,  Narrative.

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Victor, Letha

Women of the Lord’s Resistance Army: Agency, Resistance, and Justice
War, gender-based violence, transitional justice, social memory, child and youth soldiers, Uganda, central and east Africa, Acholi

letha.victor [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)

Waldorff, Pétur

Ph.D;
Research Interests: Local and International Development, Post-war reconstruction, Poverty, Civil Society, Angola

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Watson, Mark

Former McGill Postdoctoral Fellow;
Comparative Study of Indigenous Rights & Identity Dept. of Anthropology and Centre for Society, Technology & Development McGill University, Montreal. Canada.

mark.watson [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)

Welch, Cameron

Ph.D;

From !Noresi to N=a Jaqna: Community-based Natural Resource Management and Land Reform in San communities of North-eastern Namibia

Social and environmental change, community-based natural resource management, land reform policy and practices, San-speaking peoples

 

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