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Professor Charles Price on Rastafarianism 

Charles Price talks with The Daily Tar Heel about his research on rastafarianism and how he wants to continue exploring Rastafari culture and identity in Jamaica.


courtesy of the NEA

 IAH Podcast | Glenn Hinson, Associate Professor, Folklore and Anthropology 

Glenn Hinson discusses the work of African American, working-class, Southern musician, Horace “Spoons” Williams.


Undocumented Migration and Public Anthropology: A Conversation with new Faculty Member Angela Stuesse 

Professor Angela Stuesse discusses her book Scratching Out a Living: Latinos, Race, and Work in the Deep South and her future projects.

Anna Agbe-Davies’ book on Tobacco, Pipes and Race

Anna Agbe-Davis published a book on production and use of tobacco pipes in colonial Virginia.

Intersection Health Equity in Brazil: An Interview with Kia Lilly Caldwell

Kia Caldwell about her new book on health equity and race in brazil.