Published: Oct. 2, 2019

As part of the Anthroplogy Bridging Seminar with Kaifa Roland and Robin Bernstein in Spring 2019, all the graduate students in the class developed a final project to deconstruct and challenge particular cultural and biological constructions of race to make the ideas from the class more accessible to a broader audience. As part of the final project, PhD student Bailey Duhé created a booklet for anthropology graduate students that has been widely circulated and shared in the few months that it has been available on Amazon. So much so that she was asked to contribute a guest post to the blog Footnotes that was published on September 27 2019.