Anita Spring, Ph.D.
Title : Professor Emeritus in the Anthropology Department; Affiliate Faculty for Centers for African Studies, Latin American Studies, Transnational Global Studies, and Women’s Studies and Gender Research; School of Natural Resources and Environment
Interests : Cultural, Applied, and Medical Anthropology; International Agricultural Development and Food Security; Entrepreneurship and Micro-enterprises; Women/Gender in International Development; Environment and Resource Management
Programs : Cultural Anthropology
International Activities and Field Work
Research and fieldwork were carried out in Eritrea (2002), Ethiopia (1993, 1996, 2004), Ghana (1977, 2000, 2006), Jamaica (1994-5), Kenya (1985, 1996, 2001), Malawi (1981-83, 1988), Somalia (1987), St. Lucia (2000), Senegal (2003) South Africa (2000, 2001), Uganda (2001) and Zambia (1970-72, 1979).
Development projects were designed, implemented, and evaluated in Botswana (1987), Cameroon (1980), India (1989), Kenya (1996), Malawi (1990), Somalia (1987), Swaziland (1993), and Zimbabwe (1987).
Policy advice was provided to governments in Chile (1990), Malawi (1990), Norway (1989, 1990), and Thailand (1987). Farming systems and extension training and workshops were carried out in Barbados/Trinidad (1984, 1985), Ethiopia (1996), Kenya (1996), Malawi (1982), and St. Lucia (2000).
International conferences were attended in Austria , Bulgaria , Czech Republic , El Salvador , Germany , Italy , Ivory Coast , Kenya , Malawi , Netherlands , and Norway . My Fulbright was in Ethiopia (1996).
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