Madalina Alama

Alama

Areas of Interest: Economic Anthropology, The Anthropology of Labor, Public Anthropology, Social Theory, cultural anthropological perspectives on power relations, decision-making processes, and conflict negotiations in specific forms of social organizations, the importance of social network analysis for ethnographic research.

Status: Ph.D.
 
MA Thesis Title: Romania, In or Out of the Globalizing Loop

Previous Degree: MA in Cultural Studies from the University of Bucharest

Contact Information: malama@nevada.unr.edu
 
Biography:  Madalina is a Ph.D. student in cultural anthropology. She became interested in economic anthropology while a MA student of 'global' cultural and economic flows in Bucharest, Romania. Her current research revolves around cultural discourses that influence the way companies make decisions and factors that contribute to conflict solving within and among companies.