Eric Stein


B.A., Anthropology and Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1995; M.A., Anthropology and History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2001; Ph.D., Anthropology and History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2005.

Expertise: cultural anthropology

Interests: cultural anthropology, history of medicine, science and technology studies, material culture, gender and global development, immigration, colonialism and decolonization, Southeast Asian studies, ethnography, memory

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Contact Information

Lab II 3274
(360) 867-6434

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2016-17 Bodies Speaking Out: Documenting Health, Healing, and Community
Fall, Winter and Spring
2015-16 Language and Power
2015-16 Place and Displacement
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Small Things: Intimate Inquiries into Everyday Life
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Worlds of Waste: Urbanization, Sanitation, and Design
2013-14 Power/Play: Balancing Control and Autonomy in the Social World
Fall, Winter and Spring
2012-13 America Abroad
Fall, Winter and Spring