Caroline Brettell

Cultural Anthropologist
Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences

Anthropologist Caroline Brettell, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized immigration expert who can discuss how the technology boom affects immigration, trends of new immigration gateway cities such as Dallas, Atlanta and Minneapolis and the challenges of women immigrants. Her research interests include anthropology of Europe; migration and ethnicity; folk religion; and cross-cultural perspectives on gender. An immigrant herself, Brettell was born in Canada and became a U.S. citizen in 1993.

Can Discuss:

  • Immigration and migration
  • Folk religion
  • Technology and immigration

Caroline Brettell in the News


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