Faculty Associate. Associate Professor of African American Religions, Harvard Divinity School.
Research interests: Ethnography of transnational religions; African diaspora religious studies; transnational feminisms; anthropology of media and the internet; postcolonial and critical theory; anthropology of the Caribbean and Latin America; media, film, and cultural studies; and race, gender, and sexuality.
Faculty Associate (on leave 2017–2018). Assistant Professor of Anthropology and of Social Studies, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University.
Research interests: Russia, Eurasia, and North Asia; religion; transnational processes; indigeneity; body politics; secularism; sovereignty; the anthropology of death; media; materiality; and visual culture.
Faculty Associate (on leave 2017–2018). Assistant Professor, Department of History, Harvard University.
Research interests: Cultural and social history of imperialism and Asia, with an emphasis on the Philippines and United States and Spanish empires; transnational approaches to gender, race, and colonialism particularly in relation to Filipino histories; Asian immigration and diasporas; US empire; comparative colonialisms; and material and visual cultures.
Faculty Associate. Associate Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School.
Research interests: International relations; international security; civil war; political violence; violence during conflict; wartime sexual violence; gender and conflict; West Africa; Timor-Leste; El Salvador; and Haiti.
Faculty Associate. John King and Wilma Cannon Fairbank Professor of Chinese Society; Professor of Anthropology, Social Anthropology Program, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University.
Research interests: Social studies of science, technology, and medicine; anthropology of the state, governance, and public policy; critical weight studies; politics of reproduction and population/life itself; gender studies; modernity and globalization; socialism and postsocialism; and People's Republic of China, Taiwan, selected interests in US society.