Erin P. Moore is Associate Professor (teaching) in the Department of Anthropology. A former attorney, Moore received her J.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law and her Ph.D. in Anthropology also from U.C. Berkeley. She has taught at U.S.C. since 1992. Moore's primary research and teaching focus on law and gender in rural India. She teaches a course on South Asia as well as classes on medical anthropology, political-legal anthropology, kinship and marriage, and childhood, birth and reproduction. Moore has developed a Problems Without Passports course on the global performance of healing, in which she takes students to Brazil to study spiritualist healing. In her law practice, she represented migrant farmworkers from central Washington State through a legal services corporation. Moore produced an award-winning film on rural Indian women and the law entitled, "Keep Her Under Control: Law's Patriarchy in India." She is the author of books and numerous articles on women and the law in Rajasthan, India. She has a spouse in the biology department at USC and three children, one of whom will be a freshman at USC in the fall 2012.