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Jennifer J. Carroll, PhD MPH
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +1-503-913-8168
Email: jennifer_carroll@brown.edu
Website: www.jenniferjcarroll.net

EDUCATION

2015 Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2015 M.P.H., Epidemiology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2011 M.A., Anthropology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2007 M.A., Sociology & Social Anthropology, Central European University (Budapest, HU).
2003 B.A., Anthropology, Reed College (Portland, OR).

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2017- Science to Action Coordinator. Heroin Response Strategy, National Center for
Injury Prevention and Control. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Atlanta, GA).
2017- Adjunct Assistant Professor. Department of Medicine, The Warren Alpert School
of Medicine at Brown University (Providence, RI).
2016-2017 Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, The Warren
Alpert Medical School at Brown University (Providence, RI).
2015-2016 Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Medicine, The Warren Alpert School of
Medicine at Brown University (Providence, RI).
2009-2010 Lecturer. Department of Anthropology, Pacific Lutheran University (Parkland,
WA).

AWARDS, HONORS, AND RECOGNITION

2016 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Prize for Best Peer-Reviewed Article
Published from 01/2014 to 12/2015.
2015 Society for the Anthropology of Europe (SAE; Section of the American Anthropological
Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
2015 Joan Webber Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Student in English
Department Writing Programs. Awarded by the University of Washington Department of
English.
2014 Science, Technology, and Medicine Group (STM; Section of the American Anthropological
Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
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2014 Finalist, K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, awarded by the American Association of
Colleges and Universities.
2014 Honorable Mention. American Anthropological Association 2014-2015 Photo Contest.
2011 AIDS and Anthropology Research Group (AARG; Section of the American
Anthropological Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
2011 Honorable Mention, Alcohol Drug and Tobacco Research Group (ADTRG; Section of the
American Anthropological Association) Graduate Paper Prize.

INVITED TALKS AND LECTURES

2017 “Drug Use and the Politics of Social Order in Wartime Ukraine.” Hosted by the Division of
Social Sciences at Luther College (Decorah, IA). April 6.
2017 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Conflicts in Ukraine.” Hosted by the
Department of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut. (Storrs, CT) February 27.
2017 “Public Health in Wartime.” Hosted by the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard
University. (Boston, MA) February 27.
2016 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Conflicts in Ukraine.” Hosted by the Health,
Society, and Populations program at the University of Kentucky. (Lexington, KY). March
24.
2014 “To Care for Our Own: Public Health and Medical Care in the Time of Revolution.”
Hosted by the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University. (Providence,
RI). October 16.
2014 “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan: An Eyewitness Account of the Revolution.” Hosted by the
Department of Sociology at Reed College (Portland OR). April 9.

PUBLICATIONS

Edited Volumes and Special issues
2016 Co-editor (with Hubert Wierciński). Special issue of Anthropology of East Europe Review on
Challenges of Health, Demographic Changes, and Well-being in Post-socialist States. 34(1).
2016 Co editor (with Courtney Macnamara). Special Issue of Europe Now on The Politics of
Health Equity in Europe. October 31.
http://www.europenowjournal.org/2016/10/31/unknown-unknowns-poverty-and-
tuberculosis-in-romania/

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
2017 Jennifer J. Carroll, Brandon D. L. Marshall, Josiah D. Rich, and Traci C. Green. “Exposure
to fentanyl-contaminated heroin and overdose risk among illicit opioid users in Rhode
Island: A mixed methods study.” International Journal of Drug Policy. (published online ahead of
press - http://www.ijdp.org/article/S0955-3959(17)30127-5/fulltext)

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2017 Alexandria Macmadu, Jennifer J. Carroll, Scott E. Hadland, Traci C. Green, Brandon D. L.
Marshall. “Prevalence and correlates of fentanyl-contaminated heroin exposure among
young adults who use prescription opioids non-medically.” Addictive Behaviors 68: 35-37.
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll, Renee Heffron, Nelly Mugo, Patrick Ndase, Stephen Asiimwe, Connie
Celum, and Jared M. Baeten. “Perceived Risk Among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in East
Africa Taking Oral PrEP.” Sexually Transmitted Diseases 43(8): 471-475.
2016 “Да водиш нормален живот: коментари върху революцията, колективността и
социалната дистинкция в Украйна.” Критика и Хуманизъм/Critique & Humanism
45(1): 69-88. *Winner of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe Graduate Paper
Prize.
2016 “For Lack of Wanting: Discourses of Desire in Ukrainian Opiate Substitution Therapy
Programs.” Transcultural Psychiatry 53(2): 198-216. *Winner of the American Association
for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize.
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll, Kenneth Ngure, Renee Heffron, Kathryn Curran, Nelly R. Mugo, and
Jared M. Baeten. “Gendered Differences in the Perceived Risks and Benefoits of Oral PrEP
Among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in Kenya.” AIDS Care 28(8): 1000-1006.
2015 Natasha Rybak, Jennifer J. Carroll, Mariya Bachmaha, Allyson Garcia, Marta Vasylev,
Timothy Flanigan and Maryna Sluzhynska. “HIV Testing and Entry into HIV Care in Lviv,
Western Ukraine 2005-2013” Journal of AIDS and Clinical Research 6: 494.
2014 “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health Research. Part 2:
Medicine in the Social System, Medicine as a Social System.” Tobacco Control and Public Health
in Eastern Europe 4(1): 41-48.
2013 “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health Research. Part 1:
Starting with Foucault: Cultures of medicine and meanings of illness.” Tobacco Control and
Public Health in Eastern Europe 3(1): 39-46.
2012 “Evidence Based Medicine and the Construction of Moral Agency in Ukraine,” CARGO:
Journal for Cultural and Social Anthropology (1,2): 25-50.

Other Research Publications (*=invited contribution)
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll and. Hubert Wierciński “Why Post-socialism? Why Health?”
Introduction to the Anthropology of East Europe Review special issue on Challenges of Health,
Demographic Changes, and Well-being in Post socialist States. 34(1): 1-5.
2016 “Why Does Healthcare for People Who Use Drugs in Ukraine Continue to Fail?” Krytyka
online magazine. October 26. http://krytyka.com/en/ukraines-health-care-
challenge/articles/why-does-healthcare-people-who-use-drugs-ukraine-continue
2016 “Чому система охорони здоров’я в Україні далі іґнорує тих, хто вживає наркотики?”
Крутика 20 (7-8): 24-29.
2016* “Writing Grief: Death and Bereavement in Ethnographic Texts.” Medicine Anthropology Theory.
May 30. http://medanthrotheory.org/read/6231/writing-grief

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2016* “The Bright Future Without You.” Invited article for Anthropology News, published by the
American Anthropological Association. January 14. http://www.anthropology-
news.org/index.php/2016/01/14/the-bright-future-without-you/
2014* “The Quietest Casualties: Russian Public Health Policies Cause Patient Deaths in Crimea.”
Critical Commentary: a Forum for Research and Commentary on Europe. Published by the Council
for European Studies. September 30. http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/critcom/the-
quietest-casualties-russian-public-health-policies-cause-patient-deaths-in-crimea/
2014* “This is not about Europe: Reflections on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan.” Perspectives on Europe 44(1):
8-15.
2014* “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan Isn’t Just for the Right.” Yale Journal of International Affairs. March 18.
http://yalejournal.org/2014/03/18/ukraines-euromaidan-isnt-just-for-the-right/
Cross-posted to the LeftEast weblog. March 19.
http://www.criticatac.ro/lefteast/euromaidan-isnt-just-for-the-right/
2014* “Reflections on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan: Ethnography of the Unexpected.” Invited article for
Anthropology News, published by the American Anthropological Association. March 10.
http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2014/03/10/reflections-on-kyivs-
euromaidan/
2013* “Social and Political Embeddedness of Approaches to Health and Illness: Author’s
Response.” Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 3(1): 59-60.
2013 “Barriers to Treatment Adherence in Ukrainian Tuberculosis Control Programs” Scholar
Brief, published by the International Research Exchange Board.
http://www.irex.org/resource/barriers-treatment-adherence-ukrainian-tuberculosis-control-
programs-research-brief.
2013* “My Best-Worst Day in Ukraine: On Research, Relationships, and Other Contradictions
From the Field.” Feature article in the winter 2013 REECAS newsletter.
http://depts.washington.edu/jsishelp/ellison/2013/winter/carroll.
Cross-posted to the LeftEast weblog. March 21. http://www.criticatac.ro/lefteast/my-best-
worst-day-in-ukraine-on-research-relationships-and-other-contradictions-from-the-field-2/.
2011* “A Woman Among Addicts: the Production and Management of Identities in a
Ukrainian Harm Reduction Organization,” in Anthropology of East Europe Review 29(1): 23-34

Book Reviews
2016 Review of Merrill Singer and J. Bryan Page, The Social Value of Drug Addicts: Uses of the Useless.
(Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press, 2014) American Anthropologist 118(2): 452-453.
2016 Review of Salmaan Keshavjee, Blind Spot: How Neoliberalism Infiltrated Global Health. (Oakland
CA: University of California Press, 2014) Anthropology of East Europe Review 33(2): 96-98.
https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/aeer/article/view/20851/27911
2015 Review of Michelle A. Parsons, Dying Unneeded: The Cultural Context of the Russian Mortality
Crisis. (Nashville TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2014) for the H-Socialisms H-Net
community. https://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=44190

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2013 Review of Erin Koch, Free Market Tuberculosis: Managing Epidemics in Post-Soviet Georgia.
(Nashville TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2013) in Global Public Health 8(9): 1087-1088.
2012 Review of E. Summerson Carr, Scripting Addiction: The Politics of Therapeutic Talk and American
Sobriety. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011) on the Somatosphere weblog.
http://somatosphere.net/2012/10/book-review-summerson-carrs-scripting-addiction.html.
October 2.
2009 Review of Tanya Richardson, Kaleidoscopic Odessa: History and Place in Contemporary Ukraine.
(Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2008) in Anthropology of East Europe Review 27(1): 99-100.

Newspaper Articles, Op-eds, and Public Writing
2016 “Black Lives Matter Doesn’t Need to Be Polite—It Needs Us to Remember.” The
Establishment. August 4. http://www.theestablishment.co/2016/08/04/black-lives-matter-
doesnt-need-to-be-polite-it-needs-us-to-remember/
2015 Multiple invited guest posts in the Danyliw Research Seminar on Contemporary Ukraine: Liveblog.
October 22-24. http://krytyka.com/en/community/team/danyliw-seminar-2015
2014 “Ukraine Roundtable, Part 1.” part of the ‘What’s Going on in Ukraine’ collaboration by the
Allegra: A Virtual Lab in Legal Anthropology and Anthropoliteia weblogs. March 28.
http://anthropoliteia.net/2014/03/28/ukraine-roundtable/
2014 “From Ukraine: The heartbreak of victory; the fear of Russia” The Seattle Times. March 23.
http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2023201728_kievnotebookxml.html
2014 “UW Student in Kiev Sees Destruction—and Dignity” The Seattle Times. February 21.
http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2022966646_kievspecialxml.html?prmid=4939
2014 “From the Streets of Kyiv: ‘We Are Definitely Going Somewhere.’” Invited guest post on
the University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. February 20.
http://blogs.uw.edu/reecas/2014/02/20/from-the-streets-of-kyiv-we-are-definitely-going-
somewhere/
2014 “2013 Balance of Payments Surplus Will Quickly Disappear” The Kyiv Post. February 6.
https://www.kyivpost.com/content/business/2013-balance-of-payments-surplus-will-
quickly-disappear-336350.html
2014 “People in the Streets, Bodies in the Snow: Bringing the Stakes of EuroMaidan into Focus.”
Invited guest post on the University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. January 30.
http://blogs.uw.edu/reecas/2014/01/30/people-in-the-streets-bodies-in-the-snow-
bringing-the-stakes-of-euromaidan-into-focus/.
2012 “Lessons Learned and Unlearned.” Invited guest post on the Feministe weblog. Feb 13.
http://www.feministe.us/blog/archives/2012/01/13/lessons-learned-and-unlearned/.

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Training Grants
2016 NIMH T32-MH20031 “Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention Training Program” Center for
Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Yale University. (PI: Trace Kershaw) – declined.

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2015 NIH T32-DA013911 “HIV and Other Infectious Consequences of Substance Abuse” The
Miriam Hospital – Alpert Medical School, Brown University. (PI: Tim Flanigan)

Research Grants
2016 Providence/Brown Center For AIDS Research Collaborative Grant. “Double stigma as
barrier to integrated HIV treatment among HIV infected PWID in Ukraine.”
PI: Karsten Lunze, MD.
Role: Co-Investigator.
Project Period: 09/2016-08/2017.
Direct Costs: $40,000
2016 Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Seed Grant.
“Waivering Care: An Intersectional Study of Buprenorphine Prescription in Rhode Island.”
PI: Jody Rich, MD.
Role: Co-Investigator.
Project Period: 08/2016-06/2017.
Direct costs: $6,500
2012 Wenner-Gren Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fieldwork Grant.
“Choosing Methadone: Managing Addiction and the Body Politic in Ukraine.”
Role: Primary Investigator.
Project Period: 03/2013-03/2014.
Direct Costs: $19,832
2012 IREX Title VIII Policy Fellowship
"Health Reform – Tuberculosis”
Role: Primary Investigator
Project Period: 09/2012-11/2012
Direct Costs: $2500 plus travel expenses
2011 Graduate and Professional Student Senate Travel Grant, University of Washington.
Project Period: 06/2011.
Award Amount: $525
2010 Pilot Research Grant. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
“Choosing Methadone: Managing Addiction and the Body Politic in Ukraine”
Project Period: 08/2010
Award Amount: $735

Language and Area Studies Fellowships
2011 Title VIII Fellowship for intensive study of Russian in Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana University. June-August ($2500 plus $3396 tuition waiver).
2011 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Russian.
University of Pittsburgh. June-July ($2500 plus $4902 tuition waiver) – declined.
2010 Title VIII Fellowship for intensive study of Ukrainian in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Dispersed through the American Councils for International Education/Eurasian Regional
Language Program. June-August (airfare, accommodation, and private tutoring provided).

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2010 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Ukrainian.
University of Kansas. June-July ($1575 for room and board plus $4298 tuition waiver)–
declined.
2009 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Russian.
University of Washington. June-August ($2500 stipend plus tuition waiver).

PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Conferences Organized
2015 The 23rd Annual Symposium of the Soyuz Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural
Studies. To be hosted by the Ellison Center at the University of Washington. (Seattle, WA).
February 28-March 1.
2014 Anthropology Graduate Student Conference. Hosted by the University of Washington
Department of Anthropology. (Seattle, WA). May 16.
2012 2nd annual Health in Transition Conference: Ethnographies of Bio-Medicine in Post-Socialist
Europe. Hosted by the Romanian Academy. (Bucharest, Romania). June 7-8.

Panels organized
2016 “Beyond Biological Citizenship: Producing “The Other” in Medicine and Public Health in
Ukraine.” To be held at the ASEEES/MAG convention (L’viv, Ukraine). June 24-26.
2014 “Soyuz at 20: Past, Presents, and Futures of post-Socialist Cultural Studies.” Held at the
46th Annual Convention of the ASEEES. (San Antonio, TX). November 20-23.

Invited Panels and Round Tables
2014 Panelist. “EuroMaidan, the Fall of Yanukovych, and Russian Intervention.” Special
roundtable at the 2014 World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities.
Hosted by Columbia University. (New York, NY). April 24-27.
2014 Panelist. “Turmoil in Ukraine.” Part of the CUNY Baccalaureate Academic Conference
Series. Hosted by CUNY Baccalaureate (New York, NY). April 25.

Invited Discussant
2016 Faculty Discussant, multiple panels. The 8th International Social Science Summer School in
Ukraine: War and Violent Conflict in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies. Hosted by V.N.
Karazin Kharkiv National University (Kharkiv, Ukraine). July 3-9.
2015 Panel title: “New Ontologies of Healthcare and Self-care.” The 4th annual Health in
Transition conference, hosted by the University of Latvia. (Riga, Latvia). August 26-27.

Invited Panel Chair
2016 Panel title: “Civil Society and Activism During and Since Maidan.” The 21st Annual World
Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities. (New York, NY). April 14-16.

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2016 Panel title: “Governing Difference: Shifting Citizenship Regimes and the Politics of
Belonging.” The 2016 Soyuz Symposium. (Chicago, IL). March 11-12.

Papers Presented (selected)
2016 “Dima Had to Live and Then Had to Die: Sovereignty, Citizenship, and the Addict’s Right
to Health in Ukraine. “To be presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (Minneapolis, MN). November 16-21.
2016 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Forms of Conflict in Ukraine.” Presented at
the 21st Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities. (New
York, NY). April 14-16.
2015 “Medical Moralities in the Quotidian Clinic: How Breaking the Rules Creates Success for
Long-Term Drug Users in Ukraine.” Presented at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (Denver, CO). November 18-22.
2014 “On Dignity: The Breadth and the Limits of EuroMaidan’s Imagined Communities.”
Presented at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
(Washington, DC). December 3-7.
2013 “‘This is not American Heroin’: Social Illness, Chemical Therapies, and Biomedical Pluralism
in Ukraine.” Presented at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Chicago, IL). November 20-24.
2012 “Methadone as Medicine: The Biomedicalization of Drug Addiction in Ukrainian
Substitution Therapy Programs.” Presented at the 2nd Annual Health in Transition
Conference. Hosted by the Romanian Academy. (Bucharest, Romania). June 7-8.
2011 “Scientific Stuff: The (Re)Negotiation of Local Knowledge and Medical Discourse in
Ukraine.” Presented at the 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Montreal, QC, Canada). November 16-20.
2010 “Bodies at Risk: Determining Health and Responsibility in Ukrainian Harm Reduction and
HIV-Prevention Programs.” Presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (New Orleans, LA). November 16-21.
2009 “A Woman Among Addicts: Exploring Gendered Roles and Identity in a Ukrainian HIV-
Prevention Program.” Presented at the 108th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Philadelphia, PA). December 1-6.

Conference Abstracts
2017 Andrew C. Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Traci C. Green, Jody R. Rich. “Illicit Fentanyl in
Methadone Patients: Implications for Treatment, OD, and Surveillance.” The 48th Annual
Conference of the American Society for Addiction Medicine. (New Orleans, LA). April 6-9.

CAMPUS TALKS

2015 “Ukraine and Russia: Is There Any Way Out.” Hosted by the Ellison Center for Russian,
Eastern European, and Central Asian Studies at the University of Washington. (Seattle, WA).
April 15. Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/ellisoncenteruw/panel-ukraine-and-russia-is-
there-any-way-out

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2014 “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan: Stories of Life in the Revolutionary Mode.” Hosted by the
Endowment for Ukrainian Studies, the Department of Slavic Studies, and the Department of
Anthropology at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA). April 8.
2012 “Choosing Methadone: Managing Addiction and the Body Politic in Ukraine.” Hosted by
the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA). Dec 3.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses taught at the University of Washington
Visual Anthropology (Summer 2015)
Anthropology of the Body (Summer 2014)
Independent Study: Conducting Anthropological Fieldwork (Fall 2013)
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Summer 2012)
Comparative Systems of Healing (Spring 2012)
Writing Ready: Preparing for College Writing (Fall 2012)
Writing in the Social Sciences (Fall 2014, Winter 2012)
Intermediate Writing in the Social Sciences (Fall 2011, Winter 2013, Winter 2015, Spring 2015)

Courses assisted (TA) at the University of Washington
HIV/STI Prevention Research (Spring 2014)
Introduction to Epidemiology (Winter 2013)
Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (Spring 2011)
The Comparative Study of Death (Winter 2011)
Ethno-archaeology (Spring 2010)
The Anthropology of Rock and Roll (Winter 2010)
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Fall, 2009, Fall 2010)

Courses taught at Pacific Lutheran University
Introduction to Human Cultural Diversity (Fall 2009, Spring 2010)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Elected Leadership Positions
2015-2017 Book Review Editor: the SOYUZ Research Network for Post-Socialist Studies, a
section of the American Anthropological Association.
2014-2016 Treasurer: Society for the Anthropology of Europe, a section of the American
Anthropological Association.
2013-2015 Program Coordinator: the SOYUZ Research Network for Post-Socialist Studies, a
section of the American Anthropological Association.
2012-2014 Electronic Editor and Steering Committee member: the AIDS and Anthropology
Research Group, a special interest group of the American Anthropological
Association.

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2012-2014 Graduate Student Representative: the Society for the Anthropology of Europe, a
section of the American Anthropological Association.

Committees
2016-2017 Chair, American Association for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize Committee.
2016 Chair, Soyuz Post-socialist Research Group Article Prize Committee.
2015 Science, Technology, and Medicine Interest Group Graduate Student Paper Prize
Committee.
2014-2015 American Association for Ukrainian Studies 2015 Book Prize Committee.
2014 Society for the Anthropology of Europe AAA Panel Review Committee.
2013 AIDS and Anthropology Research Group Undergraduate Paper Prize Committee.

EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Editorial Boards: AIDS & Behavior

Ad Hoc Manuscript Reviewer: American Anthropologist, AIDS Care, AIDS & Behavior, Drug
and Alcohol Dependence, Journal of Urban Health, Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention and
Policy, Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, Tobacco Control and Public Health in
Eastern Europe, Anthropology Today.

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

2014 Department of Anthropology Outreach Committee Graduate Student Member.
2011-2012 Department of Anthropology Diversity Committee Graduate Student Member.
2010-2011 Department of Anthropology Socio-cultural Graduate Student Representative

PROFESSIONAL APPEARANCES IN MASS MEDIA

2017 “Fentanyl-related Deaths Spiking in RI, Studies Say,” by Lynn Arditi. The Providence Journal,
June 8. http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20170607/fentanyl-related-deaths-
spiking-in-ri-studies-say
2014 “Complexity of Crisis in Ukraine Examined,” by Marina Temkin. Voices of NY. April 28.
http://voicesofny.org/2014/04/complexity-of-crisis-in-ukraine-examined/
2014 Television interview, analysis of Ukraine’s EuroMaidan revolution. NBC5 Nightly News.
Aired February 21. Video available online: http://kobi5.com/news/national-world-
news/item/reed-college-graduate-in-ukraine.html
2014 Radio interview about political protest in Ukraine. Feature Story News. Aired Feb 5.
http://www.fsnradionews.com/FSNReports/0204FSNReports.mp3.

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2013 “Ukraine Celebrates 22 Years of Independence” (text and video) Worldwide News Ukraine.
Posted August 29. http://wnu-ukraine.com/news/culture-lifestyle/?id=3394
2012 “Jennifer Carroll” Kyiv Weekly 46(499). November 30.
http://kyivweekly.com.ua/style/city/2012/12/03/172945.html

VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Public Exhibitions
2014 “For Dignity and Democracy” A photo and text exhibition on EuroMaidan. Co-created by
Laada Bilaniuk, Jennifer Carroll, Emily Channell-Justice, Jennifer Dickinson, Deborah
Jones, and Elizabeth Peacock. Exhibited by the Ukrainian Institute of America. (New
York, NY) March 21-July 3. Open to the public.

Photo Publications
2014 Ukraine Crisis: AE Forum. American Ethnologist. August.
http://americanethnologist.org/2014/ukraine-crisis-ae-forum-august-2014/
2014 “Ultras Auf Dem Maidan” by Von Paula Scholz. Posted on the Publikative weblog. May
14. http://www.publikative.org/2014/05/14/ultras-auf-dem-maidan/.
2014 “Ukraine Uprising” on the Flickr.com weblog. January 30.
http://blog.flickr.net/en/2014/01/30/ukrainian-uprising/

LANGUAGES

English: Native speaker.
Russian: Excellent. Advanced reading and writing.
French: Excellent. Advanced reading and writing.
Ukrainian: Conversational fluency. Able to read advanced texts with a dictionary.
Spanish: Conversational fluency. Able to read advanced texts with a dictionary.

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