Graduate Student Publications
Our students publish the results of their research in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, edited volumes, and books. Here are a few of the publications by the graduate students in the UIC Department of Anthropology and the joint UIC-Field Museum postdoctoral scholars.
Graduate Student Publications
Arıcan, Alize (2019) ‘The ghost of Karl Marx’, entanglements, 2(2):27-32.
Arıcan, Alize. (2019) “AE Interviews Chloe Ahmann.” American Ethnologist website, September 20, 2019.
Malik, Lakshita. (2019) ‘Tayyari Jeet Ki’: The Production of Childhood as a Cultural Trope of Developmentalism. In Investigating Developmentalism Notions of Development in the Social Sphere, Edited by Dev Pathak and Amiya Das. Palgrave Macmillan.
Meierhoff, James (2018) “You Don’t Have to Live Like a Refugee; Consumer Culture in the Nineteenth Century Refugee Village at Tikal, Guatemala.” InArchaeologies of the British in Latin America. Ed. Charles Orser jr. Pp- 157-178. Springer Publishing.
Canilao, Michael Armand P. 2018. “Charting the Abra gold trade network of Northwestern Luzon using ethnohistorical archaeology and WorldView-3 satellite imagery.” Journal of Archaeological Science – Report, 19:357 – 396.
Shepherd-Manandhar, S, Garza, KP, Coumbe-Lilley, J. (2018). Teaching at UIC: A practical manual for instructors and teaching assistants. University of Illinois at Chicago.
Garza, Kimberly P., Aneta Jedraszko, Lindsey EG. Weil, Diana Naranjo, Katherine D. Barnard, Lori Laffel, Korey K. Hood, Jill Weissberg-Benchell. 2018. “Automated Insulin Delivery Systems: Hopes and Expectations of Family Members.” Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics. 20:3.
Vesco, A, Garza, KP, Jedraszko, A, Weissberg-Benchell, J. (2018). Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) associated with less diabetes-specific emotional distress and lower A1c among adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology.
Feldman, M., Anderson, L.M., Shapiro, J., Jedraszko, A., Evans, M., Weil, L., Garza, K., & Weissberg-Benchell, J. (2018). Family-Based Interventions Targeting Improvements in Health and Family Outcomes of Children and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes: A Systematic Review. Current Diabetes Reports.
Canilao, Michael Armand P. 2017. “Determining the Suitability of Gold Bulking Villages Articulated to the Lepanto Gold District of Northwestern Luzon with the Aid of WorldView2 Satellite Imagery.” Journal of Archaeological Science- Reports, 14: 620-637.
Canilao, Michael Armand P. 2017. Weight of Evidence Geospatial Analysis and Potential Locations of Ancient Gold Mining Settlements in Benguet in the 16th and 18th Centuries. Philippine Journal of Science, 146(2):187-192.
Canilao, Michael Armand P. 2017. WorldView2 Satellite Imagery in Remote Sensing a Past Gold Trading Trail in Luzon: Testing Ethnohistory-based and GIS- based Models. Journal of Archaeological Science- Reports, 12C: 363-377.
Canilao, Michael Armand P. 2017. Predictive Model of the Balatok- Tonglo- Aringay Gold Trade Trail in Southwestern Cordillera [Research Note]. Philippine Journal of Science, 146(1): 81-84.
Linder, Ben. 2017. Of ‘Tourist’ Places: The Cultural Politics of Narrating Space in Thamel. Himalaya, 37(1): 41-56.
Linder, Ben. 2017. Linked (Im)mobilities and the Relational Politics of Movement in Post-Earthquake Nepal. Journal of Cultural Geography, 33 (2).
Patrick M. Knight, 2019
From Maintenance to “Recovery”: Mental Health Care and “Necessity” in the Age of Assessment. (M. Liechty, Chair)
Zachary Kalish Shane Blair, 2018
Machine of Desire: Race, Space and Contingencies of Violence in Chicago’s Boystown. (G. Reddy, Chair)
Michael Armand P. Canilao, 2018
Ethnohistorical Archaeology, GIS Analysis, and Satellite Remote Sensing of Five Gold Networks in Luzon. (L. Junker, Chair)
Douglas K. Smit, 2018
Mercury and the Making of the Andean Market: An Archaeological Study of Indigenous Labor in Colonial Peru (B. Bauer, Chair)
Madeleine Halac-Higashimori, 2017
Diet and Ancient Maya Socioeconomic Status at Xcambó, in Yucatán, Mexico. (J. Palka, Chair)
Alexander Marković, 2017
Gypsy Fingers are Unique! Identity Politics and Romani Musical Performance in Vranje, Serbia (M. Liechty, Chair)
Awarded the 2017 UIC Outstanding Dissertation Award (Behavioral and Social Sciences Division)
Dylan Thomas Lott, 2016
From Interiority to Inner Territory: Tibetan Buddhism, Neuroscience, and the Politics of Representation (M. Liechty, Chair)
Rebecca Mears Seifried, 2016
Community Organization and Imperial Expansion in a Rural Landscape: The Mani Peninsula (AD 1000-1821) (W. Parkinson, Chair)
Received the 2016 UIC Outstanding Dissertation Award (Behavioral and Social Sciences Division)
Danielle J. Riebe, 2016
Interaction and Socio-Cultural Boundaries During the Late Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain (W. Parkinson, Chair)
Laura Nussbaum-Barberena, 2016
Repossessing Democracy: Nicaraguan Women Migrants Constructing a Culture of Participation (M. Doane, Chair)
DavisStephen P. Davis, 2016Strangers and Priests: Latino Activists and Contested Communities in a Movement for Immigration Reform (J. Monaghan, Chair)