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Caitlin Meagher

Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Caitlin Meagher, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, joined Antioch College in January 2017 and teaches a range of undergraduate anthropology courses.


  • Oxford University, Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Doctor of Philosophy – in progress, expected January 2018

    • Thesis:  “Making Oneself at Home: youth and social change in the Japanese sharehouse”

  • Oxford University, Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Master of Philosophy, June 2011

  • Oxford University, Nissan Institute for Modern Japan Studies, Master of Science, October 2009

  • University of Wisconsin – Madison, Department of Anthropology, Master of Arts, Cultural Anthropology, June 2006

  • New York University, Bachelor of Arts, Politics, May 2000


  • Anthropology 105:  Introduction to Anthropology

  • Anthropology 110: Culture and Conflict

  • Anthropology 240: Anthropology of Race and Ethnicity

  • Anthropology 345 and 350:  Anthropological Theory I and II

  • Anthropology 370: Critical Issues in Contemporary Japan

  • Anthropology 390: Writing Workshop

  • Anthropology 399:  Medical Anthropology  (two-term independent study)

  • Anthropology 399:  Anthropology of Work and Labor (independent study)