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I am recent graduate of Juniata College (PA) with a BS in Cultural Studies and Social Complexity. After graduation, I moved to Alaska working as a Mental Health Technician at a residential youth facility and a language interpreter for the Fairbanks school district. When I am not working, I enjoy learning computer programming and French. I also spend a lot of my time to paint and study for the GRE. My interests are: Cultural Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Sociology, Geology, Geography, Human RIghts, Capitalism, Social Movements/Social Change, Sub-cultures, Education, Anthropology of Food (and Beer), HIV/AIDs, Gender and Sexualities. I have interests in the fellowing regions: Asia (Hong Kong, China, Japan), Australia and NZ, North America (Alaska, Canada, lower 48), Iceland, the UK, and Amazon. I have recently presented my research projects at Juniata College. http://www.juniata.edu/life/blogs/wp/campusopinions/2011/05/11/senior-discusses-human-rights-and-social-movements-at-liberal-arts-symposium/ http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi2005244953/
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anthropology, applied anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, ethnography, ethnology, medical anthropology, public health, sociology, other
Area(s) of Expertise
the big picture.
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Current Area of Employment
Language Interpreter, Mental Health Technician, and Professional Artist.
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I am delighted to hear more about your project and wish you the best in PA in April. I will be at the SfAA meeting in Seattle just before that. How about you?