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Andrew Larsen
andrewlarsen@email.arizona.edu
Andrew Larsen is in the Masters in Applied Archaeology program. Andrew grew up in Denver and enjoyed a variety of outdoor mountain sports such as skiing, backpacking, mountain biking and rock climbing. Andrew’s passion for the Colorado mountains brought him to Fort Lewis College in Durango,...
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Miranda LaZar
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Amanda A. Lee
aalee3@email.arizona.edu
I am a second-year PhD student studying sociocultural anthropology with a minor in medical anthropology. My research interests include medical institutions and systems, chronic illnesses, environmental health, immigrant health, and health inequities in Tucson. I am also a Research Specialist in the...
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Jin Li
PhD. student
jinl@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 317 (Linganth Lab)
I entered the linguistic anthropology PhD program at the University of Arizona in 2015. I completed my M.A. in linguistics at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where I investigated Chinese regional identity in self-representation through conversational and discourse analyses.    My current...
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Erana Jae Loveless
Doctoral Candidate
taylor2@email.arizona.edu
Office: Bannister 308
Disciplines: Fire ecology and ecological anthropology   Focus: Human-fire-animal relationships   Regions: Canadian Rocky Mountains, Northern Australia   Methods: Dendrochronology, GIS, ethnography, historical/archaeological records   Question 1: With the sweeping decimation of bison and native...
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