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Darcie DeAngelo


Sociology and Anthropology
Visiting Assistant Professor

Ph.D., McGill University

Fields: visual anthropology, medical anthropology, human-nonhuman relations, disarmament, Southeast Asia, semiotics, science and technology studies, and postwar ecologies


Contact Information

Office Phone: 508-793-2409
Office: Beaven 227
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Box: 50A 



Darcie DeAngelo is an anthropologist of human-nonhuman relations, Cambodia, and technologies. She grew up in Lowell, MA. After graduating from Harvard she obtained a Master of Philosophy in Visual Cultural Studies from the University of Tromsø in Norway. In 2018, she was awarded a doctorate in Anthropology from McGill University. She conducts sensory ethnographic research in Cambodian minefields and has produced several films. Her current project explores postwar ecologies, human-nonhuman relations, science and technology studies, and disarmament. She published an article based on her research among deminers clearing minefields with landmine detection rats in the journal Culture and Organization. Her video work has been screened at the Humanimal Lab in Ottawa, the Human Resources Art Gallery in Los Angeles, CA, and at the Feverish World Symposium in Vermont.