Eugenia GeorgesProfessor and Chair
Eugenia Georges joined the Rice faculty in 1988. Her major interests are in medical anthropology, the cultural study of reproduction, labor migration and economic development. She is currently interested in researching the new reproductive technologies, medicalization of the life cycle, relationships among social class, ethnicity, and disease.
Abortion Policy and Practice in Greece, Social Science and Medicine (1995).
The Making of a Transnational Community: Migration, Development and Cultural Change in the Dominican Republic, Columbia University Press (1990).
Women's Experiences in a Transnational Community: Gender, Class and Migration in the Dominican Republic, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1992).
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1992).
Political Evolution of the Dominican Community in New York City, Dominican Migration to the U.S. (1989) F. Moya Pons, ed.