Sarah E. Wagner
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
|Address:||Hortense Amsterdam House 301
War and memory; nationalism; biotechnology and the identification of missing persons; post-conflict social reconstruction; forced migration and diaspora; Bosnia and Herzegovina; US military culture.
Ph.D. 2006, Harvard University
M.A.L.D. 2002, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
B.A. 1994, Dartmouth College
2013 Nettelfield, L.J., and S. Wagner. Srebenica in the Aftermath of Genocide. Cambridge University Press [forthcoming].
2011 Wagner, S. To Know Where He Lies: DNA Technology and the Search for Srebrenica’s Missing. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Selected Articles and Book Chapters
2010 Wagner, S. “Identifying Srebrenica’s missing: The ‘shaky balance’ of universalism and particularism.” In A. Hinton, ed., Transitional Justice: Global Mechanisms and Local Realities after Genocide and Mass Violence. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
2010 Wagner, S. “Tabulating loss, entombing memory: The Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial Centre.” In E. Anderson, A. Maddrell, K. McLoughlin, and A. Vincent, eds., Memory, Mourning, Landscape. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
2009 Wagner, S., and C. Quintyn. “Dismantling a national icon: Genetic testing and the Tomb of the Unknowns,” Anthropology News 50(5), May.
Anth 2008 (old 198): Foundations of Anthropology
Anth 3531 (117): Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology
Anth 6531: Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology