Associate Professor Sociology & Anthropology
|Degrees:||Ph.D. (British Columbia)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 3724|
|Office:||D795 Loeb Building|
|Website:||Visit Professor Carrier-Moisan's website|
I am an Assistant Professor at Carleton University in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and cross-appointed at the Institute of Political Economy. Prior to this appointment, I was at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, where I completed a PhD in Anthropology (2012) and where I was also a member of the Research Group on Gender and Sexuality in Latin America.
I am currently working on a graphic novel, based on ethnographic field research conducted in Natal in 2007-2008 and 2014. The manuscript is a collaboration between myself, and Dr. William Flynn who is assisting with the visual conceptualization, and Débora Santos, the graphic illustrator for this project.
The manuscript, Gringo Love: Stories of Sex Tourism in Brazil, will be part of the EthnoGRAPHIC series, with the University of Toronto Press.
Courses and teaching
At Carleton University, I regularly teach the following undergraduate courses in Anthropology:
- ANTH 4900 Honours Research Paper in Anthropology
- ANTH 3550 Studies in Visual Anthropology
- ANTH 2040 Anthropology and Gender
- ANTH 2670 Ethnography of Brazil
- ANTH 1001 Introduction to Anthropology
I also regularly teach these graduate seminars in Anthropology and Political Economy:
- ANTH 6000 Doctoral Seminar: Theories and Methods in Contemporary Anthropology
- ANTH 5708 Sex, Love and Globalization
- PECO 5001 Methodology of Political Economy