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Bridget Hayden

Dr. Bridget Hayden

Full Professor

  • PHD - University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (1999)
  • MA - University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (1995)
  • BA - Grinnell College (1987)

Culture and Power in Latin America
Immigration and Transnationalism
Ethnography of the Southeastern United States
History of Anthropological Theory
Capstone Seminar

  • Only Mexicans There: The Nation as Inequality Regime and Methodological Nationalism in Migration Studies, Migration Studies , 2019
  • If Anyone Hears This: Confronting Discourses of Immigration in South Mississippi, City and Society, 2015, 10.1111/ciso.12068
  • Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors: Photo-Voice and Community Dialogue, Practicing Anthropology , 2015
  • The hand of god: Capitalism, inequality, and moral geographies in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina, Anthropological Quarterly, 2010, 10.1353/anq.0.0109
  • Displacing the subject: A dialogical understanding of the researching self, Anthropological Theory, 2009, 10.1177/1463499609103548
  • What’s in a name? The nature of the individual in refugee studies, Journal of Refugee Studies, 2006, 10.1093/refuge/fel021

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Liberal Arts Building (LAB) map

Hattiesburg

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Bridget.HaydenFREEMississippi

Areas of Expertise

cultural anthropology, migration, Central America, United States, identity