Lydia Z. Dixon completed her PhD in Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. She is now an Assistant Professor of Health Science at California State University, Channel Islands, where she teaches bioethics, community health and research. She has conducted ethnographic research on midwifery, women’s health and obstetric violence in Mexico, and on community health workers in southern California.
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“Yes, we all count equally!”: Navigating Ethnographic Co-authorship among Junior Scholars
Why is writing still seen as a solitary process? Why are we mostly still writing alone? As junior scholars who frequently collaborate, we question the instituti... More
Co-authorship as Feminist Writing and Practice
This collection of essays builds on a 2018 American Anthropological Association roundtable that brought together scholars whose experiences with co-authorship i... More
Introduction: Co-authorship as Feminist Writing and Practice
Why Co-author in Anthropology? The dominant and pervasive narrative about knowledge production within anthropology centers around images of the lone (male, whit... More