Van Meter G20
Ph.D. (Anthropology), University of Connecticut, 2007
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Cultural anthropology, global Christianity, health and wellbeing, healthcare delivery, food and religion, Aboriginal Australia; anthropology of the United States.
Magowan, F. and C. Schwarz (eds.). Under Contract. Desiring Renewal: Christianity and the Dilemmas of Conflict and Convergence in Australia and the Pacific. Brill: Leiden.
Schwarz, C. 2014 "Well-Being and the Moral Weight of Food: Everyday Christianity in Northern Aboriginal Australia." Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. Beyond Ritual? Food, Religion, and Identity in Everyday Contexts. Invited Session organized by Carolyn Schwarz and Michelle Johnson. Washington, District of Columbia, December 3-7.
Schwarz, C. 2014. "Work and Working to Be Well: The Everyday of Chronic Illness in Northern Aboriginal Australia." Paper presented at the Society for Cultural Anthropology Biennial Meeting. Detroit, Michigan, May 9-10.
Schwarz, C. and F. Dussart. 2010. "Christianity in Aboriginal Australia Revisited." Special issue, Engaging Christianity in Aboriginal Australia, C. Schwarz and F. Dussart, eds. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 21(1):1-13.
Schwarz, C. 2010. "Carrying the Cross, Caring for Kin: The Everyday Life of Charismatic Christianity in Remote Aboriginal Australia." Oceania 80(1):58-77.
Schwarz, C. 2010. "Sick Again, Well Again: Sorcery, Christianity, and Kinship in Northern Aboriginal Australia." Anthropological Forum 20(1):61-80.
Faculty Affairs Committee Summer Research Grant, Goucher College, 2015
Research and Creative Endeavors Award, Research and Office of Sponsored Programs at the State University of New York at Potsdam, 2009
University of Connecticut Humanities Institute Graduate Student Dissertation Fellowship, 2005-2006
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Research Grant #G2004/6934, 2004-2005
Institute of International Education Fulbright Grant, 2003-2004