The Center for Latin American Studies is excited to welcome Dr. Stefanie Graeter as the new Assistant Professor of Latin American Health and Anthropology. This newly created position, leveraged with CLAS’ US Department of Education Title VI funds, will start in Fall 2020. Stefanie Graeter is a cultural anthropologist interested in ethnographic questions of embodiment, materiality, knowledge, and the political with a geographic focus on Peru and the Americas. She earned her PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology at the University of California, Davis in 2015 with a designated emphasis in Critical Theory. To learn more about Dr. Graeter and her work, please visit her LAS profile. We welcome Dr. Graeter to Tucson and the UA and are so excited to have her on our team!