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Carolyn R. NordstromCarolyn R. Nordstrom

Professor of Anthropology
(PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1986)
623 Flanner
574-631-5072
email: cnordstr@nd.edu
http://anthropology.nd.edu/faculty-staff/nordstrom_carolyn/index.shtml

Geographic focus: Africa, South Asia, global flows

Thematic interests: Globalization; social and cultural anthropology; anthropology of war and peace; global criminal networks; gender; justice and human rights.

Selected publications:

  • Global Outlaws: Crime, Money and Power in the Contemporary World (University of California Press, 2007)

  • Shadows of War: Violence, Power and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century (University of California Press, 2004)

  • A Different Kind of War Story (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997)

  • Girls and Warzones—Troubling Questions (Life & Peace Institute, 1997)

  • Coeditor, Fieldwork Under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival (University of California Press, 1995)

  • Coeditor, The Paths to Domination, Resistance and Terror (University of California Press, 1992)

  • Chapters in numerous books and articles in journals, including: Studies in Conflict & Terrorism; Theory, Culture and Society; Public Culture; Development; Medical Anthropology Quarterly; Social Analysis; Journal of Aggressive Behavior; and International Feminist Journal of Politics


 

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