PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Cuban Cabildos, Cultural Politics, and Cultivating a Transnational Yoruba Citizenry

Migration, Diasporas, and the Importance of Local Knowledge

Senses of HumaNature on Florida’s Silver River: Evocative Ethnography to Craft Place

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I explore the sensuality, impressions and communications that are evoked through senses of place, people, multispecies encounters and touch through emerging practices of experiential and experimental devices. My work highlights lived experiences where dichotomies and divisions are blurred, attending instead to emotional textures of intimacy, soundscapes of embodied, sensous ways of knowing and local knowledge that does not privilege solely the agency of human actors nor rely primarily on a linear narrative and didactic logic. This academic-artistic endeavor is aimed at bringing feminist, decolonial ways of knowing the world to the forefront. Toward this effort, I propose a methodological intervention that I call Evocative Ethnography, which favors a sensorial realm to explore, interpret and share research.  My current research projects include Embodiment & Emplacement as Integral to Knowledge Construction, Somatic Communication, African Descendants in the Americas, Multispecies Ethnography, Decolonial and Feminist Epistemologies, & Visual Anthropology Methods (collection, analysis and dissemination).

see also Evoking Silver River project

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