Nia C. Parson
Ph.D., Rutgers University
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Medical Anthropology, Gender, South America
2010 "Transformative Ties: Gendered Violence, Forms of Recovery, and Shifting Subjectivities in Chile" Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 24(1).
2010 "'I am not [jus] a rabbit who has a bunch of children!': Agency in the Midst of Suffering at the Intersections of Global Inequalities, Gendered Violence, and Migration" Violence Against Women: International and Interdisciplinary Journal 16(8): 858-901.
2009 Everyday Harm: Domestic Violence, Court Rites, and Cultures of Reconciliation by Mindie Lazarus-Black. Violence Against Women: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal. 15(10)
2007 "The Gendered Politics of Security." Anthropology News. Association for Political and Legal Anthropology Column. 48(1): 46-47.