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Angela Montague

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  • Title: Postdoctoral Scholar, Anthropology
  • Additional Title: Adjunct Instructor, International Studies
  • Phone: 541-346-5042
  • Office: 356 Condon Hall
  • Office Hours: Tuesdays, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Affiliated Departments: Anthropology
  • Interests: development, tourism, identity, political economy
  • Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D, University of Oregon (2014)

Research

Focus Area: Cultural Anthropology
Areas of Interest: Political and economic anthropology, international development, mobilities studies, post-colonialism and tourism. Dr. Montague’s dissertation, “Contested Nation, Global Space: The Politics of Tourism and Tuareg Heritage in Mali” took an ethnographic perspective on competing global discourses and contested nationalisms in a post-colonial, multicultural nation. Using the Festival au Desert as a case study, Dr. Montague investigated the complexities of using cultural productions and tourism to achieve political, economic, and social goals. Her current research is focusing on tourism development in post-conflict areas and theories of (im)mobility