Prof. Megan Sheehan

Megan Sheehan received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Arizona. She comes to CSB/SJU from Lehigh University where she held a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Latin American Studies. Megan’s research examines the recent influx of Latin American migrants to Chile, exploring how migration impacts and changes urban areas. She has conducted extensive fieldwork in Chile, the Arizona – Sonora border region, and northern Arizona. Her research and teaching interests include: migration, urbanization, food studies, ethnographic research methods, and applied anthropology.

Professor Megan Sheehan and Maria Schrupp are conducting summer research on migration in Santiago, Chile.

Fall 2021 Courses

SOCI 121 - Intro to Anthropology (two sections)

SOCI 349 - Environmental Anthropology

Spring 2022 Courses

SOCI 121 - Intro to Anthropology (two sections)

SOCI 337Q - Cultural Journeys in Latin America (cross listed with LLAS)