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Mongolia, Nigerians and Fashion: Faculty Present Research at National Anthropology Meeting


Members of UC’s Anthropology Department will present research papers at this week’s American Anthropological Association annual meeting.

Date: 11/15/2012 12:00:00 AM
By: Tom Robinette
Phone: (513) 556-8577

UC ingot   Three University of Cincinnati faculty members from the Department of Anthropology will present research papers among more than 5,000 of their peers at the American Anthropological Association’s 111th annual meeting.

Founded in 1902, the association boasts membership exceeding 10,000. Its mission is to promote the science of anthropology and encourage collaboration among other anthropological organizations and scientists at the local, regional and national levels. This week’s meeting will be held in San Francisco with the theme "Borders and Crossings."

The McMicken College of Arts & Sciences faculty members and their presentations are:

“Men Like Mountains: Labor, Land, and the Politics of Recognition in Mongolia’s Franchise State”
Daniel Murphy, assistant professor of anthropology; Nov. 15

“Using Respondent-Driven Sampling to Detect Self-Employed Nigerian Immigrants: Methodological and Theoretical Opportunities and Challenges”
Leila Rodriguez, assistant professor of anthropology; Nov. 17

“Models, Measurement, and Mediation in the New York Fashion Industry”
Stephanie Sadre-Orafai, assistant professor of anthropology; Nov. 17

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