Dr. Nora Haenn is an associate professor of Anthropology and International Studies and the director of the Anthropology Graduate Program. She researches rural identities, the management of natural resources in villages and counties, and the social and environmental effects of migration. She specializes in southern Mexico, specifically in the interactions between smallholding farmers and global developments, which she describes in her book Fields of Power, Forests of Discontent: Culture, Conservation, and the State in Mexico. Her research also explores sustainable development, environmental justice, conservation, and the creation of environmental policy. Dr. Haenn is a board member of the Society for Economic Anthropology, has written many peer-reviewed articles, and is writing her second book.
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