Louise Lamphere BerylProgram: Anthropology & Education
Previous Graduate Education: M.A. Anthropology andEducation, Teachers College
Research Interests: Child emergent literacy, Africanimmigrant and refugees in the U.S., primary and secondary education inTanzania, Psychological Anthropology, Orphanages, Second Language Acquisition,Traditional Healing in South Africa, the intersection of cultural andeducational values in Preschool Education, Cross-cultural Studies ofDepression.
Geographical Interests: U.S.,Tanzania, South Africa, Senegal,France
Selected Publications, Presentations, Works-in-Progress:
Paper: "Learning to dothe Right Thing: Interpersonal Behavior in a Tanzanian Children's Village",
Panel: Child Development and Identity in the Contextof Adoption, Orphanages, and Fosterage, 108th AmericanAnthropological Association's Annual Meeting, Philadelphia,PA, December 2009
2009 "Do You Remember?...I Don'tRemember": Remembering and Forgetting After Thanksgiving Dinner. Journalof Anthropological Research (Spring 2009).
Poster: "InterpersonalBehavior Between Adults and Children at the Karibu Children's Village, Tanzania
Council on Anthropology andEducation New Scholars Invited Poster Session, 107th American AnthropologicalAssociation's Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2008
Fairfax ProfessionalDevelopment Grant, Teachers College, November 2008