Emeritus Associate Professor of Human Development, Psychology, and Women's and Gender Studies
- MAC B308
- (920) 465-2427
Rosenberg Professor Emerita of Anthropology, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Democracy and Justice Studies. Currently, Co-Director of the Center for Food in Community and Culture. Editor of Critical Food Issues: Society, Culture, and Ethics (2009), Women's Issues Worldwide: Europe (2003); Women’s Rights: A Global View (2000; and author of Ethnicity, Economy and the State in Ecuador (1981); and articles on indigenous communities in Ecuador, social welfare and women’s movements in Denmark, women’s rights, and feminist anthropology. Most recently, her research interests are focused on intergenerational ethics regarding food security and the future of the commons.
Education: Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison