- Medical Anthropology, institutional ethnography, disability studies, mental health, Native American and Indigenous Studies, special education, and cultural competency
Livy is a PhD student in Michigan State’s anthropology program with a focus in medical anthropology. Her research focuses on cultural competency in special education programs that serve Native American students, cultural constructions of disability, and community based participatory action research.
Drexler, O. (2018) “Disability and Queerness: exploration of disability and sexuality in autoethnography and institutional ethnography.” Michigan Sociological Review 32.