Pamela J. Stewart Senior Research Associate, Anthropology

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Dr. Pamela J. Stewart (Strathern) (pamjan@pitt.edu) is a research scholar with experience of working and living in the Pacific (special focus on Papua New Guinea), Asia (focused on Taiwan), and Europe (focused on Scotland and Ireland, also on the European Union).  Together with Prof. Andrew Strathern, over 45 books and hundreds of articles have been published demonstrating their broad interests in global issues, utilizing their cross-cultural linguistic skills, a powerful comparative and interdisciplinary approach, and an engaged ethnographic gaze.  Current research and writing is on the topics of Political Peace-making and Global Disaster Anthropology Studies.  The web pages for further information are: (http://www.pitt.edu/~strather/sandspublicat.htm), (http://www.pitt.edu/~strather/) and (http://www.StewartStrathern.pitt.edu/).

Forthcoming.  Diaspora, Disasters, and the Cosmos: Rituals and Images. Stewart, Pamela J. and Andrew Strathern, co-authors. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press (under contract, in preparation).

2015  Ashgate Research Companion to Anthropology. Stewart, Pamela J and Andrew Strathern (Co-Editors). London: Ashgate Publishing.

2014  Working in the Field: Anthropological Experiences across the World. Stewart, Pamela J and Andrew Strathern, co-authors.  Palgrave Macmillan.

2014  Ritual: Key Concepts in Religion. Case Studies.   Stewart, Pamela J and Andrew Strathern, co-authors. London: Bloomsbury.

2011. Strathern, A. and Pamela J. Stewart. Peace-making and the Imagination: Papua New Guinea Perspectives.  Brisbane: University of Queensland Press.