GRADUATE ADVISEES

 

 

 

 

Current

CARRIE COHEN (B.A., Anthropology, CSUS), The Social Patina of the Beardsley Collection: A Museum Ethnography.

Former

BRITTANY M. CHILTON M.A. (Spring 2015), B.A., Anthropology (2010), Humboldt State University

Negotiating and Defining Home in the Assisted Living Context: An Examination of Place-Making, Subjectivity and Personhood.

VALERIE M. GARCIA, M.A. (Fall 2014), B.A., Anthropology (2010), UC Irvine.

Conducting Ethnographic Research in the Archives: Mapping the Activist and Artistic Subjectivities of Frank LaPena.

HOLLY LAMB, M.A. (Fall 2012), B.A., Anthropology (2008), CSUS.

Collecting at the Margins of Professional Anthropology: The Native American Basket Collection of Anthony G. Zallio.

MELODI MCADAMS, M.A. (Fall 2012), B.A. Anthropology (2005) UC Berkeley.

Complementary and Competitive Dialogues: Diabetes and Identity in Native American Communities. B.A., Anthropology (2005), UC, Berkeley.

CHANDRA ENGSTROM MIRANDA, M.A. (Summer 2012), B.A., Anthropology (2007), University of Connecticut.

Making Their Voices Heard: the Collaborative Design Process of the California State Indian Museum Audio Tour.

MEGHAN H. FARLEY WEBB, M.A. (Spring 2008), B.A. Anthropology & Spanish (2004), Centre College, Danville, KY.

"Many Words Walk in the World": A Discursive Analysis of the Zapatista Revolution (1st PLACE: Student Research Competition, Southwestern Anthropological Association, 2006: 'Armed with Truth & Fire': Discursive Formulations of Indigenous Resistance in Chiapas).

PATRICIA JOHNSTON, M.A. (Summer 2004), B.S. (Health Science), CSU Northridge; PHN (Public Health Nurse Credential), UCSF;  R.N., Barnes Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis, MO.

From Ethnographic Methods to Needs Assessment Data:  Informing Sacramento Urban Indian Health Project, Inc. (1st PLACE: Behavioral & Social Sciences Graduate Division, 18th Annual CSU Statewide Student Research Competition, Northridge, CA., April 2004.)

SUSAN POWERS, M.A. (Summer 2004), B.A (Anthropology & Art), CSUS

Conservation and Development Dichotomies in a Cotswolds Village.

McNair Scholar

CARINA VEGA, B.A., Anthropology (Spring 2013), 2011-2012 McNair Cohort

Beyond the Slots: Exploring Cultural Narratives within California Indian Casinos, McNair Scholars Journal, Vol. 13, Sacramento: California State University.

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Scrolling image: 19th-century fan detail (ivory and woven grass) G. F. & Alice Beardsley Collection, Sacramento State Anthropology Museum