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									  O’Connor DLR-Roberts                                                                 Phone: 515-xxx-xxxx
                                                                    E-mail: dboconnordlrroberts@dmacc.edu
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                         Divinity Bridget O’Connor De Los Rios- Roberts
                                              C.V.
Education:
       Iowa State University: 2006-present: pursuing PhD in Sociology (concentrating in:
            o 1. Theory and 2. Social Change and Development
       Iowa State University: 2002- May 2006: Masters Degree in Anthropology and Women
        Studies
            o A Case Study of the Moroccan Moudawana: Law, Culture, and Social Change;
                 Negotiating Gender Ideologies of Equality While Maintaining Cultural Specificity
       Iowa State University: 1997-Dec 2001 B.A. in Anthropology with a minor in International
        Studies, Recognized by Dean for a number of semesters
            o Glasgow Caledonian University: Junior Year: Fall 1999 - Spring 2000

Memberships:
       American Sociological Association and various sections since 2007
            o Contexts
            o MSS: Mid West Sociology Association
       American Anthropology Association since 2002
            o A.A.A. Middle East Section
            o A.A.A. Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section
       Association for Feminist Anthropology
       Association for Middle East Women’s Studies (AMEWS)
       Association for Political and Legal Anthropology
       American Institute for Maghrib Studies (AIMS)
       Women Living Under Muslim Laws

Positions Held; Activities & Awards:
        2009 Graduate and Professional Student Senate Research Award
        The Department of Sociology & Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta—2007-2008
        Recipient of the George Freeman Memorial Scholarship Award
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        Gerald E. & D. Eileen Klonglan Scholarship—April 11 , 2008
        National Honors Society: 2008-present
        AKD (Alpha Kappa Delta): inducted in 2007-present
        Students of Sociology (SOS): 2007-present
             o Vice President of Communication: 2008
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       Reviewer for Kottak’s Anthropology 12 Edition (McGraw Hill): 2007
       ISAA: Interdisciplinary Scholars for the Advancement of Anthropology at ISU: co -founder
        2006
       Friends of International Women [Middle East community in Ames, Iowa]: 2003-2005
       I.S.U. Club Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance
             o Assisted club with the March for Freedom of Choice in Washington DC (April 2004)
       Ames Self Defense Training: January 2004
       Arabic language Club: 2003-2004
       I.S.U. Anthropology Club Treasurer: Fall 2001
       I.S.U. Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido Team: 1997-1999
       LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon: 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2005, (Des Moines in 2006),
        2007, 2008 (Chicago & Des Moines), 2009 [2010]
             o Dam to Dam [half marathon]: 2007, 2010

Computer Proficiency & Training:
    Microsoft Word, Power Point
    Access 2003: 9.19.07; 9.21.07
  O’Connor DLR-Roberts                                                                 Phone: 515-xxx-xxxx
                                                                    E-mail: dboconnordlrroberts@dmacc.edu
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       Excel: Level 1 Express: 9.14.07
            o Level 1 in-Depth: 9.25.07; 9.21.07
            o Level 2: In-Depth: 10.9.07; 10.11.07
       Dreamweaver: Introduction: 11.8.07
            o Level 2: 11.15.07
            o Dreamweaver at ISU: 11.21.07
       WebCT Training [DMACC—Summer 2007]
       Blackboard Training [DMACC—Spring 2010]

Languages:
     Arabic language: 101 Fall 2003; 102 Spring 2004; and first I.S.U. Summer Intensive Arabic
       Language Course: 2004; Private Arabic tutoring: 2003-2004; DMACC Arabic II: Spring 2006;
       102 Spring 2008
     Spanish I: DMACC Summer 2006
     French: (2 years in High School and another 1 year as an ISU undergraduate).

Experiences Abroad:
       Dubai, UAE (2008)
       Three months ethnographic field work for masters degree from November 2004 to January
        2005: Morocco; also visited Middle Eastern areas: Egypt, Jordan, Jerusalem, and Palestine
            o Received grant from Women’s Studies Department: November 2003
       Spent 1997 summer in England, Ireland, and Scotland (1999-2000)
       Summer World Experience Abroad, FFA: Russia and Moldova: (Summer 2005)
       Mexico: visiting family

Teaching, Research, and Work Experiences:
2010:
       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames) & Marriage and Family (Boone, web -
        blended): Summer
       DMACC Instructor for Introduction to Anthropology (Ames & Online); Introduction to
        Sociology (Boone); Sociology of Marriage & Family (Boone); Social Problems (Ames): Spring
2009:
       DMACC Instructor for Introduction to Anthropology (Boone) and Cultural Anthropology
        (Ames): Fall
       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames): Summer
                     Kaitlin (daughter): July 22
       DMACC Instructor for Marriage & Family and Social Problems (Boone), Introduction to
        Anthropology (online & Ames campus): Spring
       ISU research assistant for ISU CAIS Department: January until July
                Passed sit down preliminary examination: ISU Sociology Department—January
2008:
       ISU ADVANCE (The New Norm of Faculty Flexibility: Transforming the Culture in Science &
        Engineering - National Conference in Ames ) working as the Graduate Assistant: Fall 07 –
        December 08
       DMACC Adjunct instructor for Introduction to Anthropology [Ames campus] and taught an
        online course [developed course through DMACC online faculty training course in Fall 07 and
        online course development grant approved in 2007]: Spring; Cultural Anthropology (Ames
        Campus): Summer and Fall
2007:
       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames campus): Fall
       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames campus): Summer
       DMACC Instructor for Introduction to Anthropology (Ames and Boone campuses): Spring
2006:
  O’Connor DLR-Roberts                                                                   Phone: 515-xxx-xxxx
                                                                      E-mail: dboconnordlrroberts@dmacc.edu
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       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames and Boone campuses): Fall
       DMACC Instructor for Cultural Anthropology (Ames Campus): Summer
       DMACC Instructor for Introduction to Anthropology (Ames and Boone campuses): Spring
2005:
       DMACC Instructor for Introduction to Anthropology [Boone campus]: Fall
       Teacher’s Assistant at I.S.U. Anthropology Department
            o Dr. Sam Pack, American Indian 210: Introduction to American Indian Studies and
                Anthropology 322/ 522: Peoples and Cultures of native North America: Fall
            o Dr. Maximilian Viatori, American Indian 210: Introduction to American Indian
                Studies: Fall
2004:
       Research Assistant for Dr. Hsain Ilahiane, I.S.U. Anthropology: Assisted on a Berber
        Dictionary by conducting background research on Islam, Middle East (Morocco) and Berber
        language, editing: collecting information from various sources/ organizations and arranging
        literature/text: Spring-Summer
       Teacher’s Assistant for Dr. Ann Jones, I.S.U. Anthropology: Introduction to Anthropology;
        also Reader and Grader, helped constructed teaching and testing material, substituted for
        various days for a class of 100: Spring
2003:
       Research Assistant for Dr. Karen Kessel, I.S.U. Anthropology: sorted out her PhD research on
        Quattro Pro Program: Women and Development in the Caribbean; also conducted and
        organized an Ethnographic Study of Chinese Community’s international student support
        networks and their methods of dealing with personal crises in a university setting: Spring –
        Fall
2001-2002:
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                Martyn (son): 31 August, 2002
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                Dunnchadh (son): 20 March, 2001
2000 (September) – 2001 (January):
    I.S.U. Library Stacks Management
1999 (October) – March (2000):
    Job Advisor and Student Support Counselor at Glasgow Caledonian University Student
        Association

Attended and Presented at Following Conferences:

       Presented “The Moroccan Family Law: A Site of Negotiation and Further Resistance” at the
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        Midwest Sociological Society in Chicago, Illinois (April 1 , 2010)
       Attended The New Norm of Faculty Flexibility: Transforming the Culture in Science & Engineering
        – ADVANCE National Conference in Ames on October 10-11, 2008.
       Presented “The Moroccan Moudawana: An Institutional Ethnographic Approach to Examining
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        Change in Law and Culture” at the 10 Annual Chicago Ethnography Conference on April 19
        2008
       Presented “A Case study of the Moroccan Moudawana: Negotiating Social Change in Law ” at
        SSRC (Social Science Research Council) conference on Inter-Asian Connections [Law-in-Action
        in Asian Societies and Civilizations workshop] Dubai, UAE on February 21-23, 2008
       Presented thesis research “Gender, law, and culture: Negotiating social change in Morocco” at
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        the 8 ESA (European Sociological Association: Sociology of Religion section) international
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        conference held at Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow, Scotland: September 3-6
        2007
       Attended MSS Conference held at Chicago, Illinois in April 2007
       Presented Thesis topic on Shari’a and the Moudawana: April 2005 at Graduate and Faculty
        Series
O’Connor DLR-Roberts                                                                   Phone: 515-xxx-xxxx
                                                                    E-mail: dboconnordlrroberts@dmacc.edu
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     Guest Lecturer on Shari’a and Islamic Family Laws: Morocco’s Moudawana for Dr. Jill
      Bystydzienski’s W.S. 301 Class: February 2005
     Participated in I.S.U. Women Studies Department WID Seminar Series and personally met
      and introduced fellow Anthropologist Dr. Susan S. Davis at the beginning of her talk: Oct ober
      2003

								
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