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Alan Schultz

  • Assistant Professor
  • Baylor University
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Recent publications

  • Longitudinal Changes in Measures of Body Fat and Diet Among Adult Tsimane’ Forager‐Horticulturalists of Bolivia, 2002‐2010

    • Bethancourt H
    • Leonard W
    • Tanner S
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  • Status determinants, social incongruity and economic transition: Gender, relative material wealth and heterogeneity in the cultural lifestyle of forager-horticulturalists

    • Schultz A
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Baylor University

August 2014 - Present

Fellow

University of Florida

August 2008 - July 2014(6 years)

Fellow

California Epidemiologic Investigation Service, CDPH

July 2006 - July 2008(2 years)

Certified Advocate for Victims of Domestic Abuse

Domestic Violence Intervention Program

September 2005 - May 2006(8 months)

Education

Baylor University

About

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Baylor University. I received my PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Florida in 2014 and my MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Iowa, College of Public Health in 2006. I spent two years as a fellow with the California Epidemiologic Investigation Service (Cal-EIS), 2006-2008. My research incorporates approaches from cultural and biological medical anthropology as well as public health and epidemiology. The central question I try to address in my work is why chronic stress tracks along the fault lines of social inequity among rapidly globalizing populations. Other interests include political economy, sociocultural epidemiology, stress biomarker measurement, integrative and cross-disciplinary research and Latin America. I conduct fieldwork in Bolivian Amazonia and am currently analyzing results from retrospective biomarkers of chronic stress collected among Tsimane' forager-horticulturalists during 2013.

Co-authors (25)

  • Alyson Young
  • Douglas Monroe
  • anqi liu
  • Lance Gravlee