Grad Placements

2005

Dawn Ekdahl

  • Dissertation Title: Social and Ecological Effects on Endoparasites in Vervet (Cercopithecus Aethiops) and Patas (Erythrocebus) Monkeys in Laikipia, Kenya
  • Chair: Susan Cachel
  • Placement: Self-employed, Nature and Conservation Photographer

Purity Kiura

  • Dissertation Title: An Ethnoarchaeology and Stable Isotope Study on the Diets of Three Modern Groups of People in Northern Kenya
  • Chair: John W.K. Harris
  • Placement: Head of Archaeology, National Museums of Kenya

Jessica Libove

  • Dissertation Title: Dancing a Fine Line: Gender, Sexuality, and Morality at Women’s Tours in Dakar, Senegal
  • Chair: Dorothy Hodgson
  • Placement: Consultant/Researcher, Context Research

Christoph Norton

  • Dissertation Title: Taphonomic Perspectives on the Subsistence Patterns of Late Paleolithic Hunter-Gatherers in Northeast Asia
  • Chair: Robert Blumenschine
  • Placement: Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Nia Parson

  • Dissertation Title: Gendered Suffering and Social Transformations: Domestic Violence, Dictatorship, and Democracy in Chile
  • Chair: Dorothy Hodgson & Peter Guarnaccia
  • Placement: Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Dedman College, Southern Methodist University

Amy Jacobson

  • Dissertation Title: The Effect of Fluctuating Asymmetry and Attractiveness on Self-Perception, Self-Deception, and Preferences for Others in Rural Jamaica
  • Chair: Robert Trivers
  • Placement: Instructor, Rutgers University

Joanne Tactikos

  • Dissertation Title: A Landscape Perspective on the Oldowan from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
  • Chair: John W.K. Harris & Robert Blumenschine
  • Placement: Field Director - Lithic Analysis, ACS Archeological Consulting Service

Sabrina Chase

  • Dissertation Title: Mujeres Ingeniosas (Resourceful Women): HIV + Puerto Rican Women and the Urban Health Care System
  • Chair: Peter Guarnaccia
  • Placement: Primary Care/Health Services Research Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • 2013: Assistant Professor in the Graduate Joint Urban Systems Program at the UMDNJ School of Nursing, Newark