Vermont2China was blog founded in 2009 by Jason Czarnezki and Andrea Voyer, two academics who spent 2009-2010 on a Fulbright in China with their family.  What began as a joint travel blog has become an outlet for Andrea’s accounts, opinions and musings.

Andrea Voyer is a 2017-2018 Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar and an Assistant Professor of Sociology at The University of Connecticut. Her research focuses on inequality, immigration, multiculturalism, and class and race etiquette. Andrea received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She holds a BA in Russian Civilization and an MA in Social Administration from the University of Chicago. Andrea grew up on Peaks Island, Maine. When she is stateside, Andrea lives with her spouse, children, and dogs in New York City and Connecticut and spends as much time as she can in wonderful Montpelier, Vermont.

Jason J. Czarnezki is the Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law, and Associate Dean and Executive Director of Environmental Law Programs at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.  Professor Czarnezki, who received his undergraduate and law degrees from The University of Chicago, was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and calls both New York City and Montpelier, Vermont home.

Disclaimer: This is not an official U.S. Department of State website, and the views and information presented are our own and do not represent the Fulbright Program or the U.S. Department of State

1 Response to About

  1. Jennifer Capen says:

    I’ve just read your dissertation, Doing Difference, and want to thank you for artfully articulating the dynamics that exist in Lewiston. I have close ties to members of the Somali and Somali Bantu communities in Lewiston and am currently preparing work on an ethnography of student social connectedness to their school environments. May I contact you by email?

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