Kelley Kampman

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University
  • M.A., Medical Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University, 2012
  • B.A., Anthropology & Hispanic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 2009

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Addiction
  • Drug Treatment
  • Drug Use
  • Harm Reduction
  • Mothering
  • Parenting
  • Identity

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Lecturer: ANTH 311 An Introduction to Medical Anthropology, CSU

GRANTS RECEIVED

  • 2017-2019: National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement in Cultural Anthropology, “Becoming a Mother and Mothering in the Context of Biomedicalized Addiction Treatment”

PRESENTATIONS

  • “Mothers & MAT: Identifying Gendered Gaps in Drug Treatment Programs,” Society for Applied Anthropology Meetings, Albuquerque, NM. (March 2020)
  • “Mothering in the Shadows: How Opiate Addicted Women Care for their Children,” American Anthropological Association Meetings, Vancouver, BC. (November 2019)
  • “Hustling and Parenting: How Mothers in Recovery Care for their Families,” Society for Appled Anthropology Meetings, Portland, OR. (March 2019)
  • “MAT and Motherhood: Identity Work and the Construction of “Good” Mothering Among Opioid Addicted Women in Treatment,” American Anthropological Association Meetings, San Jose, CA. (November 2018)

 

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