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Rhiannon Mosher

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Department of Anthropology

Lecturer

Office: Vari Hall 2029
Email: rhmosher@yorku.ca
Primary website: Research Gate Profile
Secondary website: anthro everywhere!


My research interests have been focused on questions of identity and belonging in connection to issues of citizenship, immigration and settlement (including adult citizenship and language education), nationalism, systemic inequality, and voluntarism, with area specializations in Canada and Europe.

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Degrees

PhD, York University
MA, Dalhousie University
BA, University of King's College & Dalhousie University

Research Interests

, Anthropology, Immigration, Citizenship, Nationalism, Globalization
Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Lead author with Jennifer Long, Elisabeth Li, Lauren Harding. 2017. Agency and agendas: Revisiting the roles of the researcher and the researched in ethnographic fieldwork. Anthropologica. 59(1):145-156.

2017

2015. Incorporating Immigrant Perspectives into Organizational Research and Practice: Implementing Inclusive Discussions. Co-authored with Jennifer Long, Melissa Fellin, Janet Bauer, Dolores Koenig, Tina Zarpour. Practicing Anthropology. 37(1):20-25.

2015

2015. Speaking of Belonging: Learning to be “good citizens” in the context of voluntary language coaching projects in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Special Issue: Citizenship Education. Journal of Social Science Education. 14(3):20-30.

2015

Research Reports

Publication
Year

2014. How Can Volunteers in the Netherlands Help Immigrants Integrate? CERIS Research Summary. Fall. Toronto.

2014

Other

Publication
Year

2016 (Ongoing bi-weekly posts). Anthro Everywhere! Blog. Managing Editor and Regular Contributor.

2016


My research interests have been focused on questions of identity and belonging in connection to issues of citizenship, immigration and settlement (including adult citizenship and language education), nationalism, systemic inequality, and voluntarism, with area specializations in Canada and Europe.

Degrees

PhD, York University
MA, Dalhousie University
BA, University of King's College & Dalhousie University

Research Interests

, Anthropology, Immigration, Citizenship, Nationalism, Globalization

All Publications


Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Lead author with Jennifer Long, Elisabeth Li, Lauren Harding. 2017. Agency and agendas: Revisiting the roles of the researcher and the researched in ethnographic fieldwork. Anthropologica. 59(1):145-156.

2017

2015. Incorporating Immigrant Perspectives into Organizational Research and Practice: Implementing Inclusive Discussions. Co-authored with Jennifer Long, Melissa Fellin, Janet Bauer, Dolores Koenig, Tina Zarpour. Practicing Anthropology. 37(1):20-25.

2015

2015. Speaking of Belonging: Learning to be “good citizens” in the context of voluntary language coaching projects in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Special Issue: Citizenship Education. Journal of Social Science Education. 14(3):20-30.

2015

Research Reports

Publication
Year

2014. How Can Volunteers in the Netherlands Help Immigrants Integrate? CERIS Research Summary. Fall. Toronto.

2014

Other

Publication
Year

2016 (Ongoing bi-weekly posts). Anthro Everywhere! Blog. Managing Editor and Regular Contributor.

2016