Entries tagged with ‘sociology and anthropology’

Faculty Spotlight: Lai Sze Tso

Lai Sze Tso (Sociology and Anthropology) was invited to serve on the Editorial Board of the Asian Journal of Medical Humanities. This invitation builds on her recent publication in Journal of Medical Internet Research-Medical Education (Jul-Sep 2022 Issue) and guest editorship on Infectious Diseases at Frontiers in Medicine.

Faculty Spotlight: Sara Conrad

Sara Conrad (Sociology and Anthropology) presented her paper, “OPC – Other People’s Children – Tibetan Nannies, Tibetan Motherhood, and Flexible Mothering,” at the 16th seminar of the International Tibetan Studies conference, which took place in Prague, Czech Republic. This paper looked at nannying in New York City and how Tibetan nannies are expected to perform […]

Annika Ericksen (Sociology and Anthropology)

Annika Ericksen has an article accepted for publication in the journal Intercultural Education. The article draws from her experiences teaching cultural anthropology at Gustavus and is entitled “Practicing with peers: ethnographic interviews to inspire intercultural engagement at a small liberal arts college.”

Suzanne Wilson (Sociology and Anthropology)

With Gisela Cardoso, Elizabeth Moreira dos Santos, Yibeltal Kiflie, Kifle Woldemichael and Wuleta Lemma, Suzanne Wilson published an article, “Strategic Analysis of Tuberculosis Prevention and Control Actions in Brazil and Ethiopia: One Size Fits All?” in the International Journal of Public Health, Volume 62, Issue 2 (March).

Suzanne Wilson (Sociology and Anthropology)

Suzanne Wilson attended the XXXIV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association. She presented the paper, “What Is in a Label? A Comparison of the Colombian Paramilitaries and the BACRIM” and organized the panel, “Ambivalent Legality: The Cultural Politics of (De)criminalization in Colombia.”