Professor of Anthropology
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of California, San Diego
MA, Anthropology, University of California, San Diego
BA, Anthropology, The Univeristy of Michigan
|Research and Teaching Interests:||
Religion, Latin America, US Latino immigrants
|Regularly Taught Classes:||Culture, Nature, and Society (LAC); Native Central and South America (LAC); Tribal Religions; Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft; Ethnographic Research|
|In Process:||Religiosity and Religion in Rural Mexico: Female Lay Ecclesial Ministers. Monograph in progress|
Articles and Book Chapters
2006. "Preparing the Way: Hispanic Ministry and Community Transformation in Marshalltown, Iowa," in Urban Anthropology 35 (2-3): 265-294.
2005. Mark Grey and Anne Woodrick. "Latinos Have Revitalized our Community: Latino Migration and Anglo Responses in Marshalltown, Iowa," in New Desinations of Mexican Immigrration in the United States: Community Formation, Local Responses and Inter-group relations. Zúñiga and Hernández-León, eds.
2002. Mark Grey and Anne Woodrick. Welcoming New Iowans: A Guide for Christians and Churches. Handbook published by the New Iowans Program, UNI.
1997. "Prestige and Religious Conversion Among Women in Rural Mexico," in Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 8: 75-93.
1995. "A Life-Time of Mourning: Grief Work Among Yucatec Maya Women," in Ethos 23 (4): 7-29.
2012 CSBS Outstanding Teaching Award