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About Carol Mukhopadhyay

Dr. Mukhopadhyay is a cultural anthropolgist whose teaching and research specialties are gender, family, sexuality, multicultural education, culture-cognition, and methodology. Her research has focused on gendered activities, in households, politics, and particularly in science & engineering. This has involved fieldwork in both the United States and India.
She also has 40 years experience teaching, doing research, consulting, and publishing in the area of race-gender-education-culture. Most recently, she served as a Key Advisor on the American Anthropological Association's public education project and traveling museum exhibit, RACE: Are We So Different?
Dr. Mukhopadhyay retired from teaching at SJSU in January 2011 and now is Professor Emerita. She plans to continue her professional research, publishing, and consulting activities as well as having more time for her favorite hobbies [especially chamber music!] and for travel with her spouse.

Positions

Present Emeritus Faculty, Anthropology, San Jose State University
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Contact Information

carol.mukhopadhyay@sjsu.edu

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