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Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Rhode Island College. Editor of Anthropology & Aging Quarterly. I teach medical anthropology, cross-cultural studies in aging, death and dying, anthropology of religion, grief and bereavement, Japan
Area(s) of Training
anthropology, cultural anthropology, medical anthropology
Area(s) of Expertise
Aging, Grief and Bereavement, Japanese Culture, Religion, Psychological Anthropology
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
The Ballad of Narayama is a very moving film despite having such a fantastical, other-worldly feel. I use it in my classes as well! I'll certainly keep in touch.
Only a couple of people responded to my inquiry about SfAA and aging:
Unfortunately, I will not be attending the SfAA meetings in Baltimore this year becasue of other commitments. However, Do want to keep in touch and hear about what issues in aging are being discussed this year. If you hear anything about podcasting any sessions, or have any suggestions about how I can keep up from afar, I would love to hear them. Thanks! Love your photo, by the way. Was discussing with my students the film "Ballad of Narayama."