View Pr Casey Golomski's presentation "Race and Joking Relations in a South African Alzheimer's Home"
HARVARD UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR AFRICAN STUDIES
AFRICAN STUDIES WORKSHOP SPRING 2017
Casey Golomski presenting: Race and Joking Relations in a South African Alzheimer’s Home
Discussant: Elizaveta Fouksman
About the Presenter: C. Golomski is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Hampshire and affiliate faculty in Africana and African American Studies, Religious Studies and Women’s Studies. He is a cultural and medical anthropologist working primarily in Swaziland and South Africa. Professionally, he is an Associate Editor for the African Journal of AIDS Research, an ongoing researcher at the University of the Witwatersrand, and a board member of the Northeast Workshop on Southern Africa. His book manuscript, Funeral Culture: AIDS, Work and Cultural Change in an African Kingdom, is currently under review. Golomski has related research published in journals like American Ethnologist, Material Religion, Social Dynamics, and Culture, Health & Sexuality. Golomski received his Ph.D. from Brandeis University, with additional graduate training at Harvard Divinity School and Boston University’s African Studies Center.