In Fall 2006, I am joining the anthropology faculty at SUNY College at Oneonta. I defended my doctoral dissertation in the
Department of Anthropology at the University of Michigan, where I was a pre-doctoral fellow at the Center for the Ethnography
of Everyday Life.
My research interests include kinship, gender, reproduction, the body, personhood, medical anthropology, science and
technology studies, and the anthropology of the United States.
Prior to commencing my graduate studies in anthropology, I was a journalist and am a former staff writer at the New York
Daily News. I am a 1992 graduate of Williams College, where I was a major in English and women's studies. Currently, I live
in Oneonta, NY, with my husband, Jason Antrosio, an anthropologist who teaches at Hartwick College and whose research has
focused on modernization and development in the Colombian Andes.
Outside of anthropology, our interests include good
food and conversation, progressive thinking, and playing with our little girl, Sabrina Han Antrosio, who was born February