Contact Info

Office:
Baldwin 259
Office Hours:
Tuesday 1:00-2:30

Research interests— economic anthropology, institutional analysis, land tenure, West Africa, United States

Of note:

Recent Publications:

Bonanno, A.V. 2018. “Formalizing Freedom: Land Tenure Arrangements from the Perspective of Social Modes of Production.” In Living (In) Dependence: Critical Perspectives on Global Interdependence, edited by B.F. Ndi, B.H. Fishkin, and A.T. Ankumah, 99-124. Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa Research and Publishing Common Initiative Group.

Bonanno, A.V. 2018. "Assessing Local Mutual Credit as a Socioeconomic Tool for Farmers in New York State’s Hudson Valley."  International Journal of Community Currency Research 22, 89-102.

Awards

Fulbright U.S. Student Research Award—Sierra Leone, U.S. Department of State, 2019-2020

Best Graduate Student Paper/Presentation—Bonanno, A.V. & Bonanno, A.M. 2017. "Family Farms, Family Land: National Land Policy, Customary Tenure Arrangements, and Change in Northern Sierra Leone." Paper presented at the Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies Fall 2017 Conference, Auburn University. 

 

Education:

M.S. Environmental Policy, Bard College, 2015

B.A. Political Science, Houghton College, 2012

 

Articles Featuring Andrew Bonanno

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 9:22am

Congratulations to Andrew Bonanno, who was awarded the Fulbright award.

 

Andrew Bonanno of Tivoli, New York, is a Ph.D. student in anthropology. He will spend his Fulbright year in Sierra Leone studying land tenure change and economic well-being.