Areas of Study
Mexico & Mesoamerica
Latin America & the Caribbean
North America (general)
Community level preparedness and disaster prevention, production/use/modification of nature/space/place, social memory of epidemics and ecological change, social networks and flows within/between local/global networks, GIS and participatory mapping within the ethnographic context.
MS Sociocultural Anthropology – Idaho State University - May 2004 ---Thesis Title: Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS: Mapping the Social Topographies of Disease and Illness in New York City, NY
Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Geosciences – May 2002
BA Cultural Anthropology – University of Nebraska Lincoln – August 2000 ---Minors: Biology, History, Fine-Arts Photography