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Julia McDanile-Bouley

Julia McDaniel-Bouley

Contact Information:

PhD Advisor:

A.H. Peter Castro

Hans C. Buechler

Julia McDaniel-Bouley

Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology Department

Highest degree earned

M.P.A., New York University

Graduate Student Dissertation Title

The Geopolitics of Refuge and Reproduction: Maternal Health and Reproductie Healthcar of Resettled Congoleses and Somali Refugee Women in Syracuse, New York


Julia McDaniel is a cultural anthropology doctoral candidate. Her research is focused on Congolese refugee maternal health experiences in displacement and resettlement contexts. She is interested in power, transnationalism, political economy, gender, and geopolitics. Julia has worked domestically and internationally on issues of gender, public policy, leadership, social justice, and human rights with the U.S. Peace Corps, USAID, NYU, DFID, and community organizations that serve local populations. She earned her M.P.A. in international public policy from New York University and her B.A. in international relations and French language and literature from the State University of New York College at Geneseo.
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