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In the Department of International & Transcultural Studies

Doctoral Student Profiles > Richard C. Landrigan

Richard C. Landrigan

Program: Anthropology and Education

Degree:
Ph.D.

Previous Graduate Education:
M.Ed.

Research Interests:
Identity formation and development through enculturation and experience; cross-cultural comparisons of transitions to and conceptions of adulthood; linguistic influence on perception and expression; psychology; neuroscience.

Geographical Interests:
Moroccoas well as the rest of Islamic North Africa and the Middle East.

Publications:
2009—Globalizing the Atlas:  The Potential Dangers and Benefits of Non-Native Language Learning in the Moroccan Context. (Up-coming OECD publication)

2007—Teamwork and Leadership Training. In R. Landrigan, et al., Eds. Peace Corps Morocco GGLOW Manual. Rabat: Peace Corps Morocco.

2006—High Atlas Training of Trainers. PeaceWorks Magazine. Rabat: Peace Corps Morocco.

Presentations:
2009—Globalizing the Atlas: The Potential Dangers and Benefits of Non-Native Language Learning in the Moroccan Context. Education Without Borders Bi-Annual Conference Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai & Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Works in Progress:
The New American Rite of Passage: Harnessing the Power of Education to Help Us (Re)Define Ourselves Within the Context of a Globalized World


Maturity Through Challenge:  Looking at Peace Corps Service as Personal Growth for the Globalized Individual