MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY M.A. STUDENTS WANTED FOR Q?EQCHI MAYA (BELIZE)
This is a SSHRC funded, multi-year research project exploring all
aspects of Q?eqchi Maya psychological states, health, health services,
and traditional healing knowledge and practice, in southern Belize. I
am looking for students with Honours degrees in Anthropology who would
apply to the MA program in Anthropology (Medical Anthropology stream)
at the University of Saskatchewan and would work under my supervision
or with me in conjunction with another faculty member. A strong GPA is
required and prior research experience is preferred. Funding is
available to partially support the successful students in their
studies and for all normal costs of the field research component.
Interested students are urged to contact me in advance of an
application, but will need to make an application to the program and
be accepted by the Graduate committee of the department. Students
will be expected to apply for both internal and external funding where
appropriate. Further information on the Anthropology program and
application procedures can be found at:
Please contact Dr James B. Waldram, at
email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, for more information.
James B. Waldram, PhD
Professor,Department of Psychology
Professor, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Department of Psychology
University of Saskatchewan
9 Campus Dr
Saskatoon SK, CANADA
Tel: (306) 966-6170
Fax: (306) 966 6630
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