Fields of Study
Linguistic Anthropology and Medical Anthropology
2012 Is it Ever Just a Joke. In The Anthropology of Humor and Laughter. Martina Wolfova and Mercedes Douglass. Ewa Wasilewska, ed. Pp. 173-199. San Diego: Cognella
Grants and Awards
- Cota Robles Fellowship (4-year award), UCLA, 2012
- Departmental Merit Scholarship, University of Central Florida, 2004
2013 “Si no Hay Ningún Voluntario” (If There is no Volunteer): Crises of Democracy and the Hope of Prayer in a Roatanian Colonia. Presented at the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL. (Nov. 20).
2011 Empty Vessels, Overflowing Missionaries. In panel, Quests and Crises of Identification. Presented at the American Anthropological Association, Montreal, QC. (Nov. 16).
2011 NGOs and Participation Discourse. Graduate Course in Applied Anthropology.Guest Lecturer, University of Northern Arizona. (Sept. 27)
2011 Applying Linguistic Anthropology: NGOs and Participation Discourse. Guest Lecturer, University of Northern Arizona. Graduate Course in Applied Anthropology. (Sept. 27).
2011 EHR: Provider Experiences and Relational Models. Denham, Aaron, Lisa Hardy, Hunter Peden, and Mercedes Douglass. Presented first stage results to community members and stake holders. (Oct. 11).
2010 Hip Hop, Poetry, and Political Action. Guest Lecturer, University of Northern Arizona. Introductory course in Cultural Anthropology. (Oct.).
B.A. Spanish and Journalism, Butler University (1998)
M.A. Anthropology, Northern Arizona University (2012)