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Sara Marie Conrad

Email: conradsm@indiana.edu

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Doctoral Advising Committee: 
Jöelle Bahloul, Indiana University
Virginia Vitzthum, Indiana University
Marvin Sterling, Indiana University
Elliot Sperling, Indiana University
György Kara, Indiana University

Honors/Awards
2013 Summer SKOMP Pre-dissertation Award
2012-2013 Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Chinese
2012 SummerForeign Language Fellowship Award, Chinese
2011-2012 Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Chinese
2011 Summer Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Chinese
2008-2009 Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Tibetan
2005 Summer Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Tibetan
2004 Summer Foreign Language Fellowship Award, Tibetan

Publications 
Conrad, Sara. “Interview with Katrina Markoff of Vosges Haute Chocolate: The Magic,
the Fashion, and the Future of Chocolate”. Indiana Food Review, 2010.
Conrad, Sara. Blogger for Earth Eats, Indiana public radio. A blog bringing you the
freshest news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture.
http://indianapublicmedia.org/eartheats/author/conradsm/
Bryant, Conrad, Lester, and Ross.“Capturing the Cannon: A Spatial Exploration of Anthropology’s Most Taught Authors”. Cultural Anthropology. http://www.indiana.edu/~wanthro/proseminar-°©‐in-°©‐anthropology/2013-°©‐
2/bryant-°©‐conrad-°©‐lester-°©‐and-°©‐ross. 2013

Thesis
Oral accounts of the Sa skya 'bag mo, past and present voices of the terrifying witches of Sa skya. by ConradSara Marie, M.A., INDIANA UNIVERSITY, 2012
Available on ProQuest: http://gradworks.umi.com/15/19/1519494.html

Teaching Appointments
2014 fall semester - Visiting Lecturer, Indiana University Fort Wayne, IN
   REL 23000 - Religions of the East
2014 spring semester - Associate Instructor, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
   ANTH A200, Topics in Anthropology, Culture and Society,
   Topic: Tibet: Demons, Gods, People, Places, and Spaces on the
    Roof of the World
2013 fall semester - Associate Instructor, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
   COLL, C105, Critical Approaches: Natural and Mathematical
   Science; Biology and Culture of Women’s Bodies.