Public Space and Tourism; Post-revolutionary Propaganda; Informal Sector; Currency System; Political Economy; Cuba; Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Sharon shifted her research field from China to Cuba in 2018. She graduated from LSU with a Master’s thesis based on her fieldwork in 2018 and 2019 in Santiago de Cuba. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in China, where she used to do the fieldwork in nursing homes of the elders. Regarding her research interests, Sharon focuses on doing ethnography about Cuban people’s post-revolutionary livelihood, informal economy, and tourism. She now also focuses on currency system and political contingency in post-covid Cuba. Sharon teaches "ANTH 114: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology" for the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in Mason.
ANTH 114-001: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Fall 2021)
ANTH 114-001: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Spring 2022)
M.A. in Anthropology, Louisiana State University
B.L. in Sociology, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law