Gregory Feldman


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_Education_________________________________________________

Doctor of Philosophy, Anthropology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, NY
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Master of Arts, International Relations, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, NY.

Master of Arts, Program on Western Intellectual Thought (Great Books Program) St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD.

Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, West Virginia University.

_Professional Experience__________________________________




2014-2017

2012-pres

2012-pres


2011-2014



2011


2003-2010

2008-2009


2004-2008

2003-2005

2004-2008


2007-present

2002-present

2001 Sept-Oct


1999 Sept - Aug 2001

2000 Apr-May

1993 July - 1996 Aug
Asst. Professor (limited term), School for International Studies, Simon Fraser Univ.

Adjunct Professor, School for International Studies, Simon Fraser University


President and Founding Board Member, Vancouver Society for the Promotion of the Liberal Arts.


Associate Editor, Wiley-Blackwell International Encyclopedia of Anthropology (Areas of responsibility: "Theory and Method in Anthropology" and "Anthropology in the Public Domain")

Sessional Instructor, Simon Fraser University, School for International Studies


Assistant Professor of International Migration, UBC (part-time, non-tenure-track)

Acting Director, Faculty of Arts, Instructional Support and Info. Technology, UBC (half-time)

Founder and Convener, UBC Inter-Faculty Initiative on Migration Studies

Convener, UBC initiative to form MA program on Migration Studies (half-time)

Co-founder and Co-convener, Interest Group for the Anthropology of Public Policy of the American Anthropological Association (now steering committee member)

Founding Steering Committee Member, Network of Concerned Anthropologists

Faculty Associate, Institute for European Studies, UBC

Independent Consultant with United Nations Development Programme mission, Tallinn, Estonia

Communications Officer, Non-Estonians Integration Foundation, Tallinn, Estonia.

Independent Consultant with United Nations Development Programme mission, Tallinn, Estonia

Private Investigator, Infomax, Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.




_Awards_____________________________________________________



2013-2016



2006-2009


2006 (May)

2005 (July)


2001


2000-2001

1999-2000

1999-2000

1999

1998

1996-1998
Future Perfect: The Pre-emption of Illegal Migration to the European Union
Funded by an Insight Grant from Canada’s Social Science and Humanities Research Council ($101,081)

‘Managing Migrants: Security and Labor in an Age of European Demographic Decline’ Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada at $59, 528

Visiting Fellow, Södertörns University College, Stockholm, Sweden

Fellow, Salzburg Seminar: Challenges of European Integration and Expansion. Salzburg, Austria

US Department of State, Fascell Fellowship, posting to Yerevan, Armenia (respectfully declined)

David L. Boren, Graduate International Fellowship (20,000 USD)

Fulbright Fellowship (23,000 USD)

 Visiting Research Fellow, Tallinn Pedagogical University

Syracuse University, Perryman Fund for Dissertation Research (respectfully declined)

Syracuse University, Roscoe Martin Award supporting dissertation research ($1000)

US Department of Education, National Resources Fellowship (10,000 USD per year)