Good News for November 2020

Dr. Cati Coe gave an invited paper “Aspiring to Retire: Intergenerational Care in a Ghanaian Transnational Family” at a (virtual) workshop on “Aspiring in Later Lives: Making Selves, Places, Relations Across Locales,” hosted by the Max Planck Institute, Göttingen, Germany. Dr. Cati Coe presented on “African Immigrant Care Workers and COVID in the United States: … Continue reading Good News for November 2020

Good News for October 2020

Dr. Cindy Dell Clark was interviewed twice about Halloween in COVID times, once for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and another for KYW News Radio. Dr. Cati Coe received a grant from the Philadelphia Independent Media Fund to finish her film about a home care worker from Ghana.  Dr. Joanie Mazelis was quoted by NBC10 for … Continue reading Good News for October 2020

Faculty News – September 2020

Dr. Nathan Link participated in a three-person panel briefing the NJ Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on criminal fines, fees, and asset forfeiture, and how these impact people trying to reintegrate after incarceration on September 21. Dr. Sarah Tosh signed a contract with New York University Press for her book, provisionally … Continue reading Faculty News – September 2020

Faculty News – August 2020

 Dr. Laura Napolitano will be a Faculty Fellow of the Walter Rand Institute for the next three years, for a research project on “Southern New Jersey Families and Covid-19: Challenges and Resilience.” Dr. Kayla Prieto-Hodge successfully defended her dissertation on “Too Black for the Blues…Too Blue for the Blacks: An Exploration of Black Police Officers … Continue reading Faculty News – August 2020

Faculty News – July 2020

Dr. Gail Caputo received an Open and Accessible Textbook Award from Rutgers University Libraries. Dr. Gail Caputo was sworn in as councilperson for the Medford Lakes borough council. Dr. Cati Coe’s film “Stories from Home Care” was selected to be screened as part of the Society for Visual Anthropology’s annual Film and Media Festival, to … Continue reading Faculty News – July 2020

Faculty News – June 2020

Dr. Cindy Dell Clark gave an invited lecture on “Summer Camp as a Therapeutic Landscape” at Bloomsburg State University. Dr. Cati Coe published “African Indigenous Knowledge, African State Formation, and Education,” in The Palgrave Handbook of African Education and Indigenous Knowledge, edited by Jamaine Abidogun and Toyin Falola (New York: Palgrave). Dr. Nathan Link (with … Continue reading Faculty News – June 2020