Grace M. Fraser

Grace M. Fraser

Associate Professor of Anthropology; Coordinator for Anthropology/Sociology

BA, University of Utah; MA, PhD, University of Massachusetts
Email: gfraser@plymouth.edu

Contact Information

(603) 535-2502
Rounds Hall 314
MSC #39
 

About Professor Fraser

Grace Fraser is a cultural anthropologist with interests in conflict and law, applied anthropology and theories of tourism development and SIDS. She has done long-term field work (30+ years) in the Caribbean and organized and ran Plymouth State University’s first ethnographic field school in the West Indies. Short term research areas include the southwest Pacific, Malaysia and Native Americans. Her other research interests include local politics, Baba-Nyonya Chinese culture and social and environmental advocacy in the developing world. Grace is committed to student involvement in research and brings her research experiences into the classroom at every opportunity. She is currently president of the Northeastern Anthropology Association.

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Contact Us

Kathryn Melanson, Administrative Assistant
Office: Rounds Hall 110
Phone: 603-535-2335
Email: kmelanson@plymouth.edu

Nikki-Ann Nunes, Administrative Assistant
Office: Memorial 110
Phone: 603-535-3071
nanunes@plymouth.edu

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #39
Plymouth, NH 03264

Fax: 603-535-2351

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