Join a conversation on diversifying the field of anthropology. Explore innovative knowledge production and presentation as we attempt to expand the horizons of anthropological method, theory, study, and practice within and outside of academia.
Featuring Dr. Jane Henrici
Jane Henrici, Ph.D. in Anthropology, is Study Director at the Institute for Women's Policy Research in Washington, DC. She specializes in gender, policy, and development among low-income communities internationally and nationally, and directed IWPR's research in the Middle East and North Africa.
and Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste
Dr. Battle-Baptiste is a historical archaeologist who focuses primarily on the historical intersection of race, class, gender in the shaping of cultural landscapes across the African Diaspora. Her theoretical interests include Black Feminist theory, African American material and expressive culture, and critical heritage studies.
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