Tag: Association for Feminist Anthropology

Feminist Anthropology Is Teamwork

Emily de Wet , November 7th, 2019


As the launch of Feminist Anthropology was becoming visible in 2019, I found myself working on its editorial board with colleagues with whom I had collaborated over the…


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When Women Take Up Space Not Built for Them

Alexandra Frankel , July 12th, 2019


It is not enough to be intentional and intersectional in research settings. We must rework the spaces of the academy and knowledge production to better acknowledge and suit…


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After the Women’s March

Emily de Wet , August 4th, 2017


While pundits continue to debate what led to the outcome of 2016’s election, it is clear that intersections between gender and race played a central role. The question…


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Advancing Equity in Higher Education

Mounia El Kotni , August 26th, 2016


We must address issues of access and success for our students.   It is a summer afternoon and I am sitting in my office with one of my students,…


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