Lisa Pope Fischer
Ph.D., Anthropology,University of California at Los Angeles 2001
M.A., Anthropology,University of Michigan at Ann Arbor 1991
B.A., Field of concentration: Humanities Field Major (Anthropology, Folklore, Art History, French, French History), University of California at Berkeley 1986
Hungary, Post Socialist Society/Impact of societal change, Theories of Time and Space and Gender and Identity.
“Turkey Backbones and Chicken Gizzards: Women’s Food Roles in Post-Socialist Hungary” in Food and Foodways, 18:4, 233-260, 2010.
“Time, Ritual, and Post Socialist Change in Hungary” in Omertaa: Journal for Applied Anthropology, a special issue devoted to constructions of “time.” Volume 4, 2008. (www.Omertaa.org).