Molly Mullin, PhD

Selected Works

Edited volume
This book's essays consider domestication an ongoing process that involves culture and biology, humans and other species.
A historical and ethnographic study of the patronage of Native art in the American Southwest.
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Molly Mullin is a cultural anthropologist writing a memoir, provisionally titled "Coming Home to Animals: A Memoir of Animals and Anthropology."

Molly Mullin received her PhD in anthropology from Duke University. She has many years of experience teaching undergraduates and has taught courses on the history of anthropological theory, sex & gender, the global politics of nature, the anthropology of animals, and Native North America.

Molly Mullin provides developmental editing for graduate students and faculty in the humanities and social sciences.

She lives in Carrboro, North Carolina.

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