Morgan Hoke, PhD, MPH is a biocultural anthropologist who received her Ph.D in anthropology and her Master’s in Public Health from Northwestern University in 2017. Her research centers on examining the impacts of economic transitions and precarity on health and wellbeing across the lifecourse. She has an active field site in the highlands of southern Peru and a broader interest in economic transitions, food, food security, food production, and health throughout Latin America and the Caribbean as well as in the US.
School of Arts and Sciences Morgan K. Hoke
Basic Page Sidebar Menu Penn Global
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
Research Associate, Population Studies Center