Lisa Henry, Ph.D.
Professor, Anthropology, University of North Texas
Lisa Henry is Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Texas. As an applied medical anthropologist, her research interests include food insecurity, globalization and health, indigenous healing systems, biomedicine and healthcare delivery, and anthropology in public health. She has led over 25 research projects in 20 years. She recently completed a collaborative project funded by the North Texas Food Bank investigating factors that influence food security in North Texas. She is currently investigating food insecurity among college students for the Dean of Students at UNT. She recently completed her book, Experiences of Hunger and Food Insecurity in College, (2020; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31818-5). She is a past president of NAPA.
Food Insecurity, Globalization and Health, Indigenous Healing Systems, Biomedicine and Healthcare Delivery, Anthropology in Public Health