|The State University of New York at Potsdam|
I am an Assistant Professor of linguistic anthropology at SUNY Potsdam.
|The Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research|
I received funding in October 2008 from The Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (Grant # 7911) to support my linguistic anthropological fieldwork with speakers of Chol Mayan in Chiapas, Mexico.
|University of Virginia. Department of Anthropology|
I am an alumna of the University of Virginia. I entered the Ph.D. Program in Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Virginia, and I graduated in May 2014.
|AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana|
AIBR is one of the leading journals of anthropology in Spanish language. I am a member of its Editorial Board since 2004.
|Scholar's Lab (UVa)|
The Scholars' Lab has a highly competitive fellowship program that supports MA and PhD students from a variety of disciplines, who work on digital humanities projects. I was a fellow of this program in 2012-2013.
|Fundación La Caixa|
The first two years of my Ph.D. program (2005-2007) were fully funded by a competitive fellowship from “La Caixa” Foundation. I won this fellowship in a nation-wide competition: every year, only 50 Fellowships are awarded to Spanish graduate students of all disciplines, and only one fellowship was awarded to an anthropologist that year (2005).
© Copyright. Lydia Rodríguez
2019 © Copyright. Lydia Rodríguez