Teresa Delfin

Lecturer of Anthropology
Platner Hall 209
562.907.4200, ext. 4369

Academic History

B.A., Evergreen State College
M.A., University of California, Berkley
Ph.D., Stanford University

Academic Interests

Latin America, Indigenous Social Movements, Tourism and Travel, Gender and Sexuality, Political Economy, Diaspora and Globalization, Race and Ethnicity, Environment and Nature, Visual Anthropology, International fieldwork

Professor Teresa Delfin is a lecturer of anthropology. Her research interests include Latin America, Indigenous social movements, tourism and travel, gender and sexuality, political economy, diaspora and globalization, race and ethnicity, environment and nature, as well as visual anthropology. She has been active in international fieldwork, including Highlands of Southern Peru, and Panama. Her stay in South America has also provided the knowledge to read and to be conversant in Quechua, an indigenous language.