Rebecca B. Galemba
PhD, Brown University
Lecturer for BA and MA Program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver (2012-2013); Lecturer on Social Studies at Harvard University (2009-2012); Visiting Instructor at Dartmouth College (Fall 2008 and Winter 2010)
Latin America; informal and illicit networks; globalization; development; legal anthropology; immigration and transnationalism; qualitative methods; anthropological demography
Galemba, Rebecca. “Corn is Food, Not Contraband”: The Right to “Free Trade” at the Mexico-Guatemala Border. American Ethnologist 39(4), in press. November 2012
Galemba, Rebecca. Remapping the Border: Taxation, Territory, and State Power at the Mexico-Guatemala Border. Journal of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30(5), in press. October 2012.
Galemba, Rebecca. 2012.Taking Contraband Seriously: Practicing “Legitimate Work” at the Mexico-Guatemala Border. The Anthropology of Work Review 33(1): 3-14.
INTS 4521 International Development in Cross-Cultural Perspective