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Name: Lisa Pope Fischer
Dept: Social Science
Position: Assistant Professor
Education: PhD, UCLA; MA, University of Michigan; BA University of California/Berkeley
Expertise: Hungarian and American culture
Selected Publications:

“Time, ritual and post socialist change in Hungary,” Omertaa: Journal for Applied Anthropology, a special issue devoted to constructions of time, vol. 4, 2008;

“Mnemonic devices as a supplemental aid for teaching kinship concepts and terms,”  Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, Prentice Hall, 2006;

"Leaving Socialist Hungary. Migratory experiences and constructions of identity." Beginnings and Ends of Emigration. Life Without Borders in the Contemporary World. A Collection of Scholarly Essays. Vilnius:Versus Aureus, 2005;

“Mock public hearing on tragedy in the Amazon: Yanomami voices, academic controversy, and the ethics of research,” Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, Prentice Hall, 2004

Languages: Hungarian, French
Phone: 718.260.5742