Kelsey Hanrahan

  • Assistant Professor, Geography & Environmental Planning, Towson University
  • Geography
Research Interests:
Education

Ph.D., Geography, University of Kentucky, 2015. Dissertation: Living Care-fully: Labor, Love and Suffering and the Geographies of Intergenerataional Care in Northern Ghana
M.A., Anthropology (Concentration Archaeology), University of South Carolina, 2007 Thesis: Becoming a Wife: An Ethnoarchaeological Look at Food Processing and Kitchenspace in Northern Ghana
Graduate Certificate, Women's Studies, University of South Carolina, 2007
B.Sc., Archaeology (Concentration Physical Anthropology), with Distinction, University of Calgary, 2005

Selected Publications: 

2015    Hanrahan, K. Living Care-fully: The potential for an ethics of care in livelihoods approaches. World Development 42, 381-393.
2015    Hanrahan, K. ‘Mɔn’ (To Marry/To Cook): Negotiating becoming a wife and woman in the kitchens of a northern Ghanaian Konkomba community. Gender, Place and Culture 22(9): 1323-1339.
2014    Fickey, A. and Hanrahan, K. Moving Beyond Neverland: Reflecting Upon the State of the Diverse Economies Research Program and the Study of Alternative Economic Spaces. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13(2), 394-403.

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