Sarah England, PhD
Associate Dean of Students
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Title IX and Section 504 Deputy Coordinator for Students
- Ph.D., University of California Davis, 2000
- M.A., University of California Davis, 1995
- B.A., University of Texas Austin, 1990
- At SUA since 2002
- 2001 - 2002, Faculty Fellow, Department of Anthropology, University of California Davis
- 1998 - 2002, Lecturer Departments of Anthropology and Human and Community Development, University of California Davis
- Social Justice Issues in Central America
- Gender Violence in Guatemala
- Gender and Sexuality in Latin America
- Transnational Migration of Central Americans to the United States
- Detention and Deportation Regime
- Racial Ideologies and Race Mixture in Latin America and the Caribbean
Selected Papers, Publications & Lectures
- Afro-Hondurans in New York City: Garifuna Tales of Transnational Movements in Racialized Space, University Press of Florida, 2006
- 2014 “Protecting a Woman’s Honor or Protecting her Sexual Freedom? Challenging the Guatemalan Patriarchal State through reforms to Sexual Violence Legislation.” Latin American Perspectives, vol. 41 (1).
- 2013 “Hombres contra la Violencia de Género: Replanteando la Masculinidad en Guatemala.” Anuario de Estudios Centroamericanos, Volume 39, University of Costa Rica.
- 2010 Afro-Hondurans in the Chocolate City: Garifuna, Katrina, and the Advantages of Racial Invisibility in the Nuevo New Orleans. In The Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies 3(4):31-55.
- 2010 Mixed and Multiracial in Trinidad and Honduras: Rethinking Mixed-Race Identities in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(2).
- 2008 Reading the Dougla Body: Mixed-Race, Post-Race, and other Narratives of what it Means to be Mixed in Trinidad. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 3(1).
- 2004 "Auténtica cultura africana en Honduras? Los afro-centroamericanos desafían el mestizaje indo-hispánico hondureño," Memorias del mestizaje. Charles Hale, Dario Euraque, and Jeffrey Gould, eds. CIRMA: Antigua, Guatemala.
- 1999 "Negotiating Race and Place in the Garifuna Diaspora: Identity Formation and Transnational Grassroots Politics in New York City and Honduras," Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 6(1).
- 1998 "Gender Ideologies and Domestic Structures in the Transnational Space of the Garifuna Diaspora," (book chapter) Diasporic Identity: Selected Papers in Refugee and Immigrant Issues Vol. 6, Carol Mortland, ed. American Anthropological Association Committee on Refugee and Immigrants (CORI).
Courses Taught at SUA
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- Indigenous Peoples of Latin America
- Race and Ethnicity
- Gender and Sexuality in Cross-Cultural Perspective
- Latin American Migration to the US
- Inequalities, Repression, and Resistance in Central America
- Human Rights in Guatemala
- Violence and Oppression in Latin America
Selected Honors & Awards
- American Sociological Association, International Migration Section, Honorable Mention for best Graduate Student Paper, August 2000
- University of California, Davis, President’s Dissertation-Year Fellowship, 1998-1999
- University of California, Davis, Humanities Institute Presidential Pre-doctoral Fellowship, 1991-1997
- 1991-97 National Science Foundation, Honorable Mention, 1991
- University of Texas at Austin, Special Honors in Anthropology, 1990
- University of Texas at Austin, College Scholar, 1990
- University of Texas at Austin, Eva Stevenson Woods Endowed Presidential Scholarship, 1990