Doug Bafford is a doctoral student in anthropology at Brandeis University. His research poses questions within the anthropology of religion, particularly how people negotiate alternative ways of knowing and how the religious sphere carries over into other dimensions of social life.... Read more about Doug Bafford
Margaretha Blignaut is a third-year doctoral student in the department of Anthropology. Her research focuses on the production and circulation of heritage claims, with a particular emphasis on the ways in which the evidentiary terrain of Roma heritage claims are being impacted by population genetic scholarship and the dynamics of heritage regimes across Europe.
Mariam Goshadze is a doctoral student in the Committee on the Study of Religion who works on indigenous religion in Ghana’s capital, Accra. Her research is at the crossroads of sensory anthropology, historical analysis, urban anthropology and sonic studies.... Read more about Mariam Goshadze
Doctoral Fellow, 2015-2017 Coordinator, Ways of Knowing Annual Conference (2016)
Heather McLetchie-Leader is a Ph.D. candidate in the study of religion at Harvard University. Her research, which focuses on marriage in Greco-Roman antiquity, engages questions of social justice, as well as the politicization of difference and experience.... Read more about Heather McLetchie-Leader