Email: annelong at live.unc.edu
Area of Interest
Human Biology and Evolution; Biocultural Anthropology; Reproductive Health and Wellbeing; Health Disparities; Food Insecurity; Maternal and Child Health; Life History Theory; Environmental Exposures; Social Determinants of Health.
BA Anthropology, University of South Florida, 2018
Prior to attending the University of North Carolina and during my time as an undergraduate at the University of South Florida, I was involved in several research projects in the Tampa Bay region of Florida related to Food Insecurity. I plan to continue my research into this area, as well it’s broader implications of health disparities in the United States and the social determinants of health, specifically within the context of women’s reproductive health and wellbeing.
Entered Program in Fall 2019
2018 Kihlstrom, L., Long, A., & Himmelgreen, D. (2018, September). Barriers and Facilitators to the Consumption of Fresh Produce among Food Pantry Clients. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 11(3), 1-15.
2017 Feeding Tampa Bay, Presentation “The Last Mile of Food Pantry Food”, Laura Kihlstrom and Anneliese Long
2018 USF Public Health Colloquium, Poster: “Perceptions on Reproductive Health and Stress among College Women”; Cheyenne Wagi, Anneliese Long, Emily Holbrook, Whitney Fung, and Laura Kihlstrom
2018 Society for Applied Anthropology, Oral Presentation: “You Don’t Feel Like You’re Coming in as a Beggar”: Emotional Coping Mechanisms of Food Pantry Clients and Food Pantries as Sites of Social Interaction; Anneliese Long, and Laura Kihlstrom
2018 Human Biological Association: “Perceptions on Reproductive Health and Stress among College Women”; Anneliese Long, Laura Kihlstrom, Cheyenne Wagi, Emily Holbrook, and Whitney Fung