“Kinship, Households, and Sociality.”.
2018; : 235-248.
The Unsustainability of Transnational Adoption in La Vergüenza.
Adoption & Culture. 2017; 5
Leinaweaver, Jessaca B., Marre, Diana, Frekko, Susan E.‘Homework’ and transnational adoption screening in Spain: the co-production of home and family.
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute/Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 2017;
Leinaweaver, Jessaca B.Seligmann, Linda J. Broken links, enduring ties: American adoption across race, class, and nation. viii, 336 pp., illus., bibliogr. Stanford: Univ. Press, 2013. £24.50 (paper).
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 2014; 20 (4) : 804-805.
Jessaca Leinaweaver conducts research in cultural anthropology and anthropological demography within Peru and the Peruvian diaspora. She has published on informal child fostering in the urban Andes, aging in Andean Peru, and transnational adoption and migration from Peru to Spain.
"Aging and Elder Care in Peru." (Ayacucho and Lima, Peru: Summer 2007, 2013-14) 2013-14 research funded by Howard Foundation, National Science Foundation, and Landes Fund. 2007 research funded by the University of Manitoba.
"Child Circulation and Adoption." 2000-2004. Ayacucho and Lima, Peru. National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant; Wenner-Gren Foundation Individual Grant for Dissertation Research; Fulbright IIE Grant for Dissertation Research; Jacob K. Javits Fellowship.
2015-17: Faculty Fellow, Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies.
2012: Jose Maria Arguedas Article Award, given by the Peru Section of the Latin American Studies Association, for “Kinship Paths To and From the New Europe: A Unified Analysis of Peruvian Adoption and Migration” (Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 2011)
2010: Margaret Mead Award, jointly given by the American Anthropological Association and the Society for Applied Anthropology, for The Circulation of Children: Adoption, Kinship, and Morality in Andean Peru (Duke University Press, 2008).
2010: Named the Vartan Gregorian Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Brown University
2009-10: Edwin and Shirley Seave Faculty Fellow, Pembroke Center, Brown University
2005: Horace H. Rackham Distinguished Dissertation Award, given by the University of Michigan, for Familiar Ways: Child Circulation in Andean Peru