- Ph.D. 1999, Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Washington
- M.A., 1990, Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Washington
- B.A., 1985, Anthropology, Colorado College
Development and political economy; gender; globalization and sustainability; social movements; education; medical anthropology; critical theory; South Asia and the United States.
Klenk, Rebecca M. 2010. Educating Activists: Development and Gender in the Making of Modern Gandhians.Lanham & Plymouth: Lexington Books/ Rowman & Littlefield.
Klenk, Rebecca M. 2004. “Seeing Ghosts” Ethnography 5(2): 229-47.
Klenk, Rebecca M. 2004. "'Who is the Developed Woman?' Women in Development Discourse, Kumaon, India" Development and Change (35)1: 57-78.
Klenk, Rebecca M. 2003. "'Difficult Work': Becoming Developed" in Regional Modernities: The Cultural Politics of Development in India, edited by K. Sivaramakrishnan and Arun Agrawal, StanfordUniversity Press and Oxford University Press, pp. 99-121.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Anthropology Lecturer
Interdisciplinary Programs in Women's Studies, Global Studies & Asian Studies
Suite #310 JHB