Isabel Scarborough

Social Sciences & Human Services Assistant Chair, Social Sciences and Human Services

Office: D178


I am very interested in teaching and community outreach with anthropology. My research work focuses on two generations of indigenous market women in Cochabamba, Bolivia. I explore local ways these women  imagine, embody and practice the market and how they negotiate their insertion into the global economy. A new project explores issues of social and ethnic mobility for female entrepreneurs in the Andes. (more)