Megan Jeanne Gette is an anthropology PhD student and fellow at UT Austin. She has an MFA in poetry from the University of Minnesota. Her research explores the role of the mineral in renewable energy transitions, sensory ethnography, and subterranean/energy imaginaries. She is a section editor for the Visual and New Media Review and co-creator of con-text-ure at Society for Cultural Anthropology's Fieldsights.
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Louise Meintjes’s Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Aesthetics After Apartheid (Duke University Press, 2017) is an ethnography of post-aparteid ngoma dance—a competitive ... More
What would a sounded anthropology be? —Louise Meintjes et. al, “Soundscapes: Toward a Sounded Anthropology”Reading Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Aesthetics after Apar... More
We welcome you to Con-text-ure, a series on experimental media and writing. The word Con-text-ure is borrowed from the book Culture/Contexture: Explorations in ... More
I’ve got a little problem (2018) Directed by Ren Hang Documentary film, 44 min. * * *... More