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Nicholas Ammar

Nicholas Ammar
Anthropology
nammar@ucdavis.edu







Education:
B.A. in Communication from University of California, San Diego (2010)
 
Biography:
Nicholas' work focuses on protest, organizing, performance and spectacle, international aid, development politics, solidarity and transnational relationships. 
 

 Rachel Feldman


Rachel Feldman
Anthropology
rzfeldman@ucdavis.edu
 




Education:
PhD Student, UCD (Current)
MA Anthropology, The New School for Social Research (2010-12)
BA Judaic Studies, Franklin and Marshall College (2005-09)

Biography:
Research Interests: Jewish Ethnography, Religious Studies, Urban Anthropology

 Megan Fowler

Anthropology
mfowler@ucdavis.edu


 

 Caroline McKusick

Caroline McKusick
Anthropology
cbmckusick@ucdavis.edu






Education:
B.A. in Anthropology and Near Eastern Studies from UC Berkeley
 
Biography:
Caroline works on alternative media in Turkey and specifically on the journalism of the Kurdish movement. 
 
Click here to read more about Caroline.

 Ishani Saraf



Anthropology
isaraf@ucdavis.edu





Education:
2011 M.Phil Sociology, University of Delhi, India
2009 M.A. Sociology, University of Delhi, India
2007 B.A.(Hons.) Sociology, University of Delhi, India
 
 

 Tanzeen Doha

Anthropology
trdoha@ucdavis.edu



 

 Victoria Webster


Victoria Webster
Anthropology
twebster@ucdavis.edu


Education:
PhD Student, Cultural Anthropology, UCD
MA International Affairs, 2011, Columbia University
BA International Relations and Theology, 2008, Wheaton College
 
Biography:
Research interests: development politics, the state, and revolution in the Middle East
 

Tracy Samperio        

 
 Tracy Samperio
Anthropology
 

Ph.D., 2014 

Biography:

Dissertation: Defragging the Diaspora: Utilizing Morisco Historical Narratives in the Formation of Muslim-European Organic Hybridity across Online and Offline Communities

Associate Faculty member, Ashford University; Adjunct Professor in General Education, Colorado Technical University

Research interests: digital anthropology, diaspora studies, social media and identity

Website: www.tracylsamperio.weebly.com                                                                                                                                        
 

 

 

 

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