Ida Fadzillah Dr. Fadzillah Leggett
Associate Professor
Ph.D., 2003
University of Illinois
Urbana-Champaign


Office: TODD 317
Phone: (615)904-8275
Email: Ida.Fadzillah@mtsu.edu

Areas of interest:
Gender, Sexuality, Adolescence,
Globalization

Office Hours: 

Monday and Wednesday 10:00am-4:00pm

Tuesday and Thursday 1:00pm-2:30pm


Fall 2014 Class Schedule:

ANTH 2010 (HONORS) Cultural Anthropology

TR, HONR 117

9:40 to 11:05am
ANTH 3509 Peoples and Cultures of China and Japan MW, Peck Hall 318 4:10 to 5:35pm
ANTH 3730 Medical Anthropology

TR, Peck Hall 318

11:20 to 12:45pm



Publications

Fadzillah, Ida. "Cosmetics in the Classroom: The Impact of Avon and Amway on a Rural Thai High School.";

Fadzillah, Ida. 2008. "Negotiating Dangerous Spaces: Encounters with Prostitution and AIDS in Northern Thailand,"; in Ruminations on Violence. Derek Pardue (ed.), (Waveland Press).

Fadzillah, Ida. 2007. "Maintaining Japanese Identity in Murfreesboro, Tennessee: The Redefinition of Southern Community"; with Angela Stroupe, in McNair Research Review Vol. 5.

Fadzillah, Ida. 2007. Book review of Imagining the Course of Life: Self-transformation in a Shan Buddhist Community in American Anthropologist Vol. 109, No. 3 September.

Fadzillah, Ida. 2005. "The Amway Connection: How Transnational Ideas of Beauty and Money Affect Northern Thai Girls' Perceptions of their Future Options"; in Youth-scapes: Popular Cultures, National Ideologies, Global Markets, Sunaina Maira and Elizabeth Soep (eds.), University of Pennsylvania Press.

Fadzillah, Ida. 2004. "Going Beyond 'The West' and 'The Rest:' Conducting Non-western, Non-native Ethnography,"; in Anthropologists in the Field: Case Studies in Participant Observation, Lynne Hume and Jane Mulcock (eds.), Columbia University Press.

Fadzillah, Ida. 2004. Book review of G-Strings and Sympathy: Strip Club Regulars and Male Desire by Katherine Frank, for the Anthropology of Work Review.

Fadzillah, Ida. 2003. Online book review of Inside the American Couple: New Thinking, New Challenges for the Association for Feminist Anthropology web site. ( http://sscl.berkeley.edu/~afaweb/reviews/Fadzillah.htm ).