Office: 3014 Sie International Relations Complex
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
University of Denver
2201 South Gaylord Street
Denver , CO 80208
- PhD, Brown University
- MA, Brown University
- BA, Dartmouth College
Research and Expertise
Latin America; informal and illicit networks; globalization; development; legal anthropology; immigration and transnationalism; qualitative methods; anthropological demography.
- Lecturer for BA and MA Program, 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 (2008 and 2010).
Galemba, R. and Kedron T., (Eds.) (2013). Symposium Issue: Illegal Anthropology. Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 36(2). Forthcoming
Kedron, T. and Galemba, R. (2013). Illegal Anthropology: An introduction. Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 36(2). Forthcoming
Galemba, R. (2013). Illegality and invisibility at margins and borders. Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 36(2). Forthcoming
Galemba, R. (2012). Corn is food, not contraband: The right to "free trade" at the Mexico-Guatemala border. American Ethnologist, 39(4), 716-734.
Galemba, R. (2012). Remapping the border: Taxation, territory, and state power at the Mexico-Guatemala border. Journal of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 30(5), 822-841.
Galemba, R. (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
- INTS 3701 Illicit Markets
- INTS 3702 Human Dimensions of Globalization