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 Ryan  Logan

Ryan Logan

Ryan Logan




Curriculum Vitae


M.A., Applied Anthropology, Indiana University

B.A., Anthropology, Indiana University

Advisor : Heide Castañeda


Medical paraprofessionals, community health workers (CHWs), promotores/as de salud, Latino health, health disparities, immigration, religion, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), ethnomedicine


Logan, Ryan I. In press. “Collaborative Methods, Collaborative Change: Integrating Methodology and Partnerships in Research with Community Health Workers in the Midwest.” ABD: An Interdisciplinary Student Journal.

Logan, Ryan I. 2017. “Achieving Health Alternatively: The Role of Alternative Health Practitioners in Tampa Bay.” Practicing Anthropology 39(4): 10-14.

Logan, R. I. (2015). “Arguing for Alliances: Why Business and Religious Leaders Should Promote Migrant Health Care.” on Access Denied: A Conversation on Unauthorized Im/migration and Health.

Logan, R. I. (2015). Transcending Differences and Persuading Through Faith: The Importance of Religion in Grassroots Organizing. Practicing Anthropology, 37(1), 15-19

Hyatt, Susan B.; Castro Madariaga, Marcela; Baurley, Margaret; Dagon, Molly J.; Logan, Ryan; Waxingmoon, Anne; and David Plasterer. (2011). Walking the Walk in Collaborative Fieldwork: Responses to Menzies, Butler, and Their Students. Collaborative Anthropologies, 4(1), 243-251


ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology