Dubie Toa-Kwapong

Dubie Toa-Kwapong is a fifth-year cultural anthropology PhD candidate at Duke University. She was born in Norway to Ghanaian-British parents and was raised between Accra, Ghana, and rural Western Norway. Her dissertation explores nostalgia, transnational constructs of belonging, material realities, and return migration to Accra, Ghana. She is also enrolled in the African & African American Studies (AAAS) Certificate Program at Duke.

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Syllabus Archive: Black Anthropology

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Syllabus Archive: Black Anthropology

This syllabus archive brings together a range of syllabi concerned with race and anthropology, with a particular focus on Blackness. Blackness is fundamental to... More