- Assistant Professor (Fixed-term)
306 Baker Hall
- Indigenous Social Movements, Identity Formation, Tourism Development, Gender, Intersectionality, Ch'orti' Maya, Western Honduras
Fredy Rodriguez-Mejia holds a PhD from MSU’s Department of Anthropology where his dissertation research focused on the articulation and intersection of gendered, ethnic, and racial identities among the Ch’orti’ Maya of Western Honduras in the context of political activism, development initiatives, and the tourism industry. As a fixed-term assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, Fredy now also serves as an affiliate faculty in GenCen’s GJEC specialization. He has taught ANP 325: Anthropology of the Environment and Development, ANP 410: Anthropology of Latin America, ANP 431 (Senior seminar on Gender, the Environment, and Development), ANP 370: Culture, Health, and Illness, ANP 320: Social and Cultural Theory, ANP 201: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology, and ANP 200: Navigating Another Culture.