THESIS COMMITTEE CHAIR

Carrie Cohen, "The Social Patina of the Beardsley Collection: A Museum Ethnography" (Spring 2016).

Brittany M. Chilton, "Negotiating and Defining Home in the Assisted Living Context: An Examination of Place-Making, Subjectivity and Personhood" (Spring 2015).

Valerie M. Garcia, "Conducting Ethnographic Research in the Archives: Mapping the Activist and Artistic Subjectivities of Frank LaPena" (Fall 2014).

Holly Lamb, "Collecting at the Margins of Professional Anthropology: The Native American Basket Collection of Anthony G. Zallio" (Fall 2012).

Melodi McAdams, "Complementary and Competitive Dialogues: Diabetes and Identity in Native American Communities" (Fall 2012).

Chandra Engstrom Miranda, "Making Their Voices Heard: the Collaborative Design Process of the California State Indian Museum Audio Tour" (Summer 2012).

Meghan H. Farley Webb, "Many Words Walk in the World": A Discursive Analysis of the Zapatista Revolution" (Spring 2008).

Patricia Johnston, "From Ethnographic Methods to Needs Assessment Data: Informing Sacramento Urban Indian Health Project, Inc." (Summer 2004).

Susan Powers, "Conservation and Development Dichotomies in a Cotswolds Village" (Summer 2004).

MCNAIR SCHOLAR MENTOR

Ashlyn Ku'uleialoha Weaver (2015-2016 Cohort), "Euro-American Settler Perspectives on California Native Hawaiians (1830s-1920s)," McNair Scholars Journal, Vol. 16, CSUS.

Carina Vega (2011-2012 Cohort), "Beyond the Slots: Exploring Cultural Narratives within California Indian Casino," McNair Scholars Journal, Vol. 13, CSUS.