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E-mail: scrodz@gmal.com


Areas of Research: Political economy (development, agriculture, organic. Interest: coffee production, fair trade, peasant organization, social movements, household economics, immigration, globalization); gender, sexuality, gay studies; race; social justice; language acquisition, bilingualism, education; Mesoamerica, Oaxaca

Professional Organizations: American Anthropological Association. Centro de Estudios del Fenomeno Urbano, Oaxaca. Instituto Welte Para Estudios Oaxaqueños. Fellowships/ Grants: Fulbright Dissertation Research Grant (2006). Ann Robyn Mathias Grant for Graduate Research (Summer 2005). CAS Graduate Student Research Mellon Fund (Summer 2004).
Department of Anthropology Special Opportunity Merit Award (2004-present), Title VII Bilingual Education (1990-1992)

Teaching Experience: Professor Department of Foreign Languages, Department of Government and Social Sciences, Department of Business Administration and Economics, Universidad Vasconcelos, Oaxaca, Oaxaca. Spring 2008-present

English Teacher: Department of Foreign Languages Universidad Vasconcelos.

Professor Language Faculty, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma. Benito Juárez de Oaxaca. Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Fall 2008.

Publications: “Gay men, language and AIDS.” Coauthor, with William L. Leap. Douglas Feldman, ed. AIDS, Culture and Gay Men. University of Florida Press: 2010
Papers/Presentations: “Memories of Displacement: The Narratives of Salvadoran Gay Immigrants.” Presented at the 2005 meetings of the American Anthropological Association, in Washington, DC, as part of the panel Bringing the Past Back into the Present: Exploring the Present Tense of History in Queer Lives.
Workshops and “Hablando Sobre el SIDA,” Panel Organized with Conference, Maria Amelia Viteri. 11th Lavender Languages Panels Organized: Conference, American University, Washington, DC February 2004.

Languages: English, Spanish (fully bilingual).

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