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[Photo]: Wendy A Vogt

Wendy A Vogt

Campus Address: CA413D
Phone: 317-278-6025
Email: wvogt@iupui.edu


Appointments

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology IUPUI Affiliate faculty in Global & International Studies, Latino Studies and Women's Studies, IUPUI Anthropology & Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, IU Bloomington

Education

Ph.D Anthropology, University of Arizona 2012 M.A. Anthropology University of Arizona 2006 B.A. History, University of California, Berkeley 2001

Academic Interests

Migration, Violence, Transnational Feminisms, Borders & Transit Spaces, Race & Gender, Political Economy, Engaged Anthropology, Mexico, Latin America, US

Teaching

Anthropology of Global Migration (460) Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective (402) Race & Ethnic Identity (457) History of Anthropological Thought (360) Field Methods in Ethnography (404) Survey of Applied Anthropology (201) Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (104) Introduction to Global and International Studies (I100)

Awards

IUPUI Arts & Humanities (IAHI) Grant, 2017 UC Press International Competition in Public Anthropology, 2016 EMPOWER Grant, 2013-14 New Frontiers Award, 2013 UA Excellence Fellowship 2011 Fulbright-Hays DDRA 2008-2009 National Science Foundation DDIG 2008-2009 P.E.O. Scholars Award 2009

Publications

Select Publications: Vogt, Wendy (2017) The Arterial Border: Negotiating Economies of Risk and Violence in Mexico’s Security Regime, ‘Transit Migration: Renewing the Focus on a Global Phenomenon’, International Journal of Migration and Border Studies Vogt, Wendy (2016) Stuck in the Middle with You: The Intimate Labours of Mobility and Smuggling along Mexico’s Migrant Route, ‘Beyond the Border: Clandestine Migration Journeys’ Geopolitics 21 (2), 366-386 Vogt, Wendy (2015) The War on Drugs is a War on Migrants, Landscapes of Violence, 3 (1) Brigden, Noelle and Wendy Vogt (2015) Homeland Heroes: Migrants and Soldiers in the Neoliberal Era, Antipode, 47 (22), 303-322 Vogt, Wendy (2013) Crossing Mexico: Structural Violence and the Commodification of Undocumented Central American Migrants. American Ethnologist, 40 (4), 764-780

Service

Department of Anthropology Undergraduate Mentor

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