Sharon Jacobs is a PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work is concerned with social movements and postcolonial geographies, with a focus on the Eastern Mediterranean. Her dissertation explores the question: What does it mean to produce new social and political collectivities in the world made in the wake of the 2015 “summer of migration”?
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Anthropology Conferencing in Hybrid Space
In early June 2022, the Society for Cultural Anthropology and the Society for Visual Anthropology held their biennial conference. Called the “Virtual Otherwise,... More
AnthroPod Talks Abortion
Abortion is a topic that tends to engender passionate reactions. What’s behind our abortion anxieties? What are we really talking about when we talk about abort... More
What Solidarity Does
This is the second episode in AnthroPod’s newest series, What Concepts Do. The aim of the series is to examine, from an anthropological perspective, how differe... More