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​“Shadowboxing the Field: A Black Queer Feminist Praise Song.” Feminist Anthropology. 2(2): 242-2

​Nessette Falu Ph.D.


This article situates random public encounters in fieldwork as critical ethnographic “shadowboxing” (James 1999) moments shaping Black queer feminisms for anthropology. Based in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, I explore the multiangular effects of an impromptu encounter with a gynecologist within the context of the International Women's Day march in 2013.


"Queer Reproductive Futures"

Nessette Falu and Christa C. Craven, "Queer Reproductive Futures,” in A Companion to the Anthropology of Reproductive Science and Technology by Cecilia Coale Van Hollen and Nayantara Sheoran Appleton

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