Office: Social Sciences 223
Tuesday Thursday 2-4 P.M. and By Appointment
Field Of Study:
Anthropology (social, cultural, ethnography, ethnology, gender, religion, ethics)
South and Southeast Asian Studies: Indonesia, Java, Bali
ANTY 403E: Ethics and Anthropology
Ethics and Human Values Group VIII
TR 11:10-12:30 P.M. Stone Hall 304
T.A. Itzel Yarger Zagal office hours posted on SS 252B
ANTY 440: Contemporary Issues of Southeast Asia
upper division Writing and Historical and Cultural Groups 1 and VI
TR 12:40 -2:00 P.M. Stone Hall 308
Stanford University 1981 B.A. Anthropology, with Distinction and Honors in Humanities
Cornell University 1985 M.A. Anthropology, minors in Women's Studies and Southeast Asian Studies
1986 Doctoral Dissertation Fulbright-Hays Fellowship
Cornell University, 1990 Ph.D. Anthropology
1992 Post-doctoral Fellow, Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Boston University
2000 Faculty Fulbright-Hays Research Fellow (deferred)
School for International Training, College Semester Abroad-Bali Brattleboro, VT (1990-91)
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada (1991-92)
Association of American Anthropologists, life member and Fellow
Association of Asian Studies
Association of American University Women: Member since 1981,
Missoula Branch President 2004-2006, Montana State President 2006-2008.
I speak and read Indonesian/Malay, and Javanese.
I did fieldwork in the Isle of Mann in 1980 for my B.A. in Anthropology.
I have done language study, and extended fieldwork, and also directed study abroad semesters in Indonesia, primarily on Java and Bali, between 1984 and 1996.
I have visited India, Nepal, Singapore, the Netherlands, and Germany for international conferences between 1985 and 2001.