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Marina Cunin Borer

Adjunct Instructor of Anthropology, Women's Studies & Sociology

Marina Cunin Borer

Bio

Marina Cunin Borer is a social-anthropologist who joined the faculty in 2015. She received her doctoral degree from the University of Kent (UK) and also has a Masters in Women’s Studies and history and law degrees. She teaches a variety of core and elective courses in Anthropology including ANTHR 100, 101 and the 101L as well as cross-listed courses in Sociology including Health, Culture and Society. In addition, she teaches Women's Studies (WS100) and other elective Women's Studies courses.
Dr. Cunin Borer has published widely in a variety of areas focusing on student cultures, gender, race, employment, and migration. Her current research focuses on the social experiences of military spouses. 
 
Specialties: Anthropology/Women's studies emphasis on race/ethnicity, gender, culture and society, ethnographic/feminist research
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