Joseph Hiller

Joseph Hiller is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at Duke University and a research intern at the Grupo de Prisiones, Facultad de Derecho, La Universidad de los Andes. His background is in Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies (BA, Grinnell College, 2012) and in Latin American Studies (MA, Tulane University, 2018). His present research focuses on prisons, decarceration, and justice in Colombia. Other interests include: affect studies, feminisms, anthropology of the law, and fiction. Among his recent publications are “What It Takes to Hold Your Love: Prison Visitation and Rights to Intimacy in Colombia,” in Feminist Perspectives; “The passenger,” in Anthropology & Humanism; and “In Bogotá, Former FARC Combatants Hope Craft Beer Can Keep the Dream of Peace Alive,” in NACLA Report on the Americas.

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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