Faculty

Visiting Faculty

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    • Richard L Collier
    • Archivist, Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History. Instructor
    • Of Autarchic Expressionism: Rethinking Resistance and Subjectivity through Ahmad Ar-Raysuni during Morocco's Colonial Encounter
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    • June Hee Kwon
    • Visiting Scholar
    • My research and teaching fields include transnational migration and development; urbanization and borderlands; ethnic politics and economy; anthropology of exchange, value, and ethics; money, intimacy, and sex; and post-Cold War and post-socialist cultures in China, North Korea, and South Korea. My dissertation, Mobile Ethnicity: The Formation ...
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    • Tomas A. Matza
    • Visiting Faculty
    • In broad terms, my research has addressed the interplay between political-economy, expertise and subjectivity in the period following the Soviet collapse in Russia. My current book project, Subjects of Freedom: Psychologists, Power and Politics in Postsocialist Russia, focuses on newly minted “experts of the soul” in Russia—psychotherapists, ...
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    • Kevin B. Sobel-Read
    • Visiting Faculty
    • My research is on global supply chains in the form of global value chains. Here I link a focus on transnational corporations, contracts, and cross-border capital flow with overlapping questions of sovereignty and globalization. My current writing aims to integrate into legal scholarship many of the important multidisciplinary contributions made by global value ...
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    • Netta R. van Vliet
    • Visiting Faculty
    • Postcolonial Studies, Transnational Feminist Theory, Israel Studies, Modern Jewish Thought, Anthropology of Religion, Psychoanalysis, Deconstruction, Anthropology of the State, Politics, Ethics and Subjectivity, Ethnography, Globalization, Latin America
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