Congratulations to Professor Saida Hodžić for winning the 2017 Michelle Z. Rosaldo Prize for her recent book:
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Check out this podcast episode featuring Professor Oneka LaBennett: “Rihanna and representations of black women”
Professor Ramberg discusses her award-winning book, Given to the Goddess:
Professor Lucinda Ramberg:
Given to the Goddess: South Indian Devadasis and the Sexuality of Religion
Duke University Press, 2014
Winner of the 2015 Clifford Geertz Prize in the anthropology of religion,
the 2015 Michelle Rosaldo Prize for a first book in feminist anthropology and
the 2015 Ruth Benedict Prize for Outstanding Single-Authored Monograph.
Read an excerpt that was featured in www.thewire.in.
Professor C. Riley Snorton:
Nobody is Supposed to Know: Black Sexuality on the Down Low
University of Minnesota Press, 2014
Professor Saida Hodžić:
Anthropologist Explores Decline of Female Genital Cutting
Cornell Chronicle, 12/09/16
Professor Jane Juffer:
Immigrants Seeking Asylum in the US Face Insurmountable Obstacles
Professor C. Riley Snorton:
Gender as a Strategy: Exploring the History of Black “Transness”
Professor Oneka LaBennett:
What Scandal’s Civil Rights-Era Critique Says About Contemporary Black Women and Girls
Ms. Magazine, 10/29/15
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