Senior Lecturer and Associate Research Scientist
Natural Resource Social Science and Anthropology
yale school of forestry and environmental studies
United States of America
She did her Ph.D. from Cornell University in Sociocultural Anthropology, Southeast Asian Studies, 1987. Did her M.A. from Cornell University in Anthropology, 1980. And initiated her life with B.A. from Binghamton University in Honors in Anthropology, 1976.
Her research interest includes in social science of conservation and sustainable development, the social science of the global economy, the invisibility of implementation in conservation and development projects, the impacts of conservation and development on third-world agriculture, and the theories that underlie this social science.