Tatenda Mangurenje

Cohort: 2015


  • BS, Anthropology, University of Arizona, 2014


I am originally from Zimbabwe and I received my Bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology, Psychology and History from the University of Arizona. My research interests revolve around medical anthropology, particularly social inequality and health.  The long-term aim of my research is to examine the theoretical restructuring of HIV as a chronic illness and the socioeconomic implications of the chronic disease paradigm in low resource settings, where the poor are heavily marginalized, at disproportionate risk of food insecurity, and are vulnerable to adverse health outcomes.