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Christine GT Ho, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Human & Organizational Development
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1985
Areas of Instruction
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Honors and Awards
Other Professional Activities
Areas of Instruction:
KA754A (Introduction to Epistemology and Cultures of Inquiry)
KA703 (Systems, Society, Culture, Community)
KA713 (Social Change)
KA715 (Structural Inequality and Diversity)
KA716 (Global Studies)
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
Globalization, International Migration and Diaspora
Race, Ethnicity and Gender
Diversity and Social Justice
Ethnographic Research Methods
Ethnography of Organizations
Caribbean culture and Society.
Human Rights and Immigrant Rights
Environmental Justice and Sustainability
American Association of University Professors
American Anthropological Association
Society for Applied Anthropology
Honors and Awards:
2001 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Immigration and Ethnicity Research Center, Florida International University. Research and Creative Scholarship Award, University of South Florida
O'Connor Chair, Visiting professorship, Colgate University
"Cannonball" Adderley Memorial Fund Fellowship, Center for Afro-American Studies, U.C.L.A.
Chancellor's Patent Fund Grant, U.C.L.A.; N.D.E.A. TITLE VI (NDFL) Fellowship.
2012 Humane Migration: Establishing Legitimacy and Rights for Displaced People. Kumarian Press.
2011 “Violating Human Rights in the U.S. Immigration Detention System.” Human Rights Forum, Anthropology News 52(2): 27.
2010 “Life Imitating Art? A Day in the U.S. without Undocumented Workers.” Reader Supported News, August 3, 2010.
2005, Globalization, Diaspora and Caribbean Popular Culture, Ian Randle Publishers
"Caribbean transnationalism as a gendered process," Latin American Perspectives, (forthcoming);
2001 “Globalization and the Diaspora-ization of Caribbean People and Popular Culture.” Wadabagei: Journal of the Caribbean and Its Diaspora vol. 4(1): 1-38.
"The internationalization of kinship and the feminization of Caribbean migration," Human Organization, 1993
2012 “Campaigning against Fractured Immigrant Families.” Paper presented at the 72
annual conference of the Society for Applied Anthropology,
2011 “Policing Immigrants and the Illusion of Security.” Paper presented at 71st Annual conference of Society for Applied Anthropology, Seattle, WA. April.
2010 “Working with Amnesty International for Immigration Detention Reform.” Paper presented at 70th Annual conference of Society for Applied Anthropology, Merida, Mexico. March.
2007 “Contradictions, Paradoxes and Social Injustice in Fortress America.” Paper presented at annual conference of American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC. November.
Other Professional Activities:
Visiting Associate Professor, Africana and Latin American Studies, Colgate University.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of South Florida
Director, U.S.F. Ethnographic Field School, Trinidad and Tobago.
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