Adjunct Professor, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University
Visiting Lecturer, International Studies Program, Indiana University
Ph.D., Anthropology, Indiana University, 1997
M.A., Anthropology, Indiana University, 1994
B.A., Social Sciences, Catholic University, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 1984
Research Interests: Household economy, nutrition and health, gender environmental anthropology, community management and conservation of natural resources, people and parks, Latin America, Amazonia.
• Siqueira, Andréa. “Women, Gender Relations and Decision-Making in Caboclo Households in the Amazon Estuary.” Amazon Peasant Societies in a Changing Environment: Political Ecology, Invisibility and Modernity in the Rainforest. Eds. Cristina Adams, Rui Murrieta, Walter Neves and Mark Harris. Springer Netherlands, 2009.
• Padoch, C., E. Brondizio, S. Costa, M. Pinedo-Vasquez, R. R. Sears, and A. Siqueira. 2008. “Urban forest and rural cities: multi-sited households, consumption patterns, and forest resources in Amazonia.” Ecology and Society 13(2): 2. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss2/art2/.
• Siqueira, Andréa D., Álvaro O. D'Antona, Maria Fernanda D'Antona, and Emilio F. Moran. “Embodied Decisions: Reversible and Irreversible Contraceptive Methods among Rural Women in the Brazilian Amazon.” Human Organization 66(2): 185-195. 2007.
Recent Courses Taught:
•INTL I202 "Global Health and Environment"
•INTL 1204 "Human Rights and Social Movements"