Dr. Brondo is an associate professor of anthropology with research and teaching expertise in international development, environment and conservation studies, and gender and social justice. Her international research focuses on the relationships between indigenous rights and development policy, and control over natural resources, particularly land and nautical or aquatic territory, within afroindigenous communities in Honduras. She is a former Fulbright scholar and FLAS recipient for the study of Spanish and Garifuna languages, and has led successful study abroad programs to Costa Rica and Honduras. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the American Anthropological Association and Co-Chairs the Gender and Environment Research Interest Group for the Center for Research on Women at the UofM. She is the author and editor of 3 books and over 60 articles, book chapters, agency reports, reviews and commentaries.
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