Author: Tracie Canada

Brotherhood and Anti-Blackness in College Football

Tracie Canada , August 25th, 2021


Clemson Tigers teammates celebrate a successful play against the Boston College Eagles in 2020. David Grooms/TigerNet.com/Flickr This article was originally published at Black Perspective…


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Special Focus: Engaging ‘The Second Generation of African American Pioneers in Anthropology’

Tracie Canada , April 15th, 2021


Why have Black ancestors been largely excluded from anthropology’s intellectual history and canon? In this series of pieces, Tracie Canada engages the authors of the 2018 volume The…


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Tackling Care and Capitalism in College Football

Tracie Canada , December 14th, 2020


Despite the health risks, many college football teams, such as the Stanford Cardinal (pictured here), have continued playing throughout the fall season. Bob Drebin/Getty Images A few mont…


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