Graduate Students

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Yi-Ling Tseng riding in style in Taitung, Taiwan

CURRENT

Primary

Alex Golubski – Household Dynamics and Gendered Networks among Mongolian Pastoralists

Secondary

Karen Lynch – Senegalese Immigrant Communities in Cincinnati

Mindy Hamilton – Herbal remedies and perceptions of health

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Herring roe salad in Sitka, Alaska (Paul Todd)

GRADUATED

Primary

Paul Todd (Cultural, 2017) – Yaaw (Herring) & Gaax’w (Herring Roe): The Knowledge Politics of a Traditional Tlingit Subsistence Foodway in Sitka, Alaska

Yi-Ling Tseng (Cultural, 2017) – Alliance, Activism, and Identity Politics in the Indigenous Land Rights Movement in Taiwan

Kelsey Reese (Cultural, 2016) – Race, Place, and Restoration: Exploring the Impact of Restoration and Remediation on ‘Sense(s) of Place’ in South Fairmount, Cincinnati

Secondary

Betul Kocaoglu – Gender Norms and Post-socialist Georgian Women’s Experience as Immigrants in Turkey

Kristen Tomko (Cultural, 2015) – Generational food habits in Cincinnati

Ryan Washam (Archaeology, 2014) – Staff Archaeologist for CRM Firm

Other advisees

Annie Schmidt (Cultural, 2014) – Former Research Assistant for Ohio Project

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