Assistant Professor of Sociology
Maryann’s current research and teaching interests focus on migration, development, gender and credit/debt. Prior to joining Lewis and Clark she was a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Development Studies at SOAS, where she continues to be involved in projects relating to mobility in the Global South. She is currently conducting research on the relationships between migration and microfinance in Cambodia, as part of a grant from the American Sociological Association’s Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline.
SpecialtyMobility in the Global South
Quantitative Research Methods, Migration in the Global South
- 2014-Present: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology, Lewis and Clark College
- 2012-2014: Senior Teaching Fellow, SOAS, University of London
- 2011-2012: Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin
- 2010: Instructor, Pannasastra University of Cambodia
2014. Depending on the Sky: Environmental Distress, Migration, and Coping in Rural Cambodia. International Migration doi: 10.1111/imig.12087
2014. Borrowing Across Borders: Migration and Microcredit in Rural Cambodia. Development and Change 45(2).
2013. The Growing Linkages Between Migration and Microfinance. Migration Information Source. Migration Policy Institute. June 2013.
2013. Borders and Margins: The Experiences of Cambodians in Thailand. (with Emmanuel Maillard) Contexts. 12(1).
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin; M.A. University of Texas at Austin; B.A. Rice University