Editorial Collective

Ethiraj Gabriel Dattatreyan is a senior lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Goldsmiths. His research delves into how digital media consumption, production, and circulation shape understandings of migration, gender, race, and urban space.

Nicole Mayangi studied Anthropology and Visual Practice at Goldsmiths University. Her work focuses on the everyday politics of life that connect to larger institutions through a Black Feminist lens. We owe a huge debt to Nicole, who conceptualized and produced the bulk of the original content in this website.

Adom Philogene Heron Adom’s work concerns questions of gender, kinship and storms across Caribbean and Atlantic worlds. He lectures in anthropology at Goldsmiths                      (https://www.gold.ac.uk/anthropology/staff/heron-adom-/)

Olivia Barnett-Naghshineh is a short course tutor in Goldsmiths Anthropology and a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Exeter. Her research interests centre on value, care, emotions, gender and sustainable and just food systems in the Pacific and the Caribbean.

Rambisayi Marufu is a current MRES Visual Anthropology student at Goldsmiths. Through a practice grounded in Black feminisms Rambi is interested in Black women’s communal hair practices in Diaspora. Her work explores hair as a site of contestation of racialised and gendered identities while also offering possibilities to imagine and craft ‘other worlds’. 

Avery Delany is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths. Their thesis examines historical and social constructions of human/non-humanness through science fiction single-player video games. Avery is a co-director of the London Science Fiction Research Community and a member of the Beyond Gender collective.

Julia Sauma is a Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Goldsmiths. Her work explores the relational dynamics involved in creating and maintaining collective refuge against State violence, whilst reflecting on personal experiences of discrimination and the importance of miscommunication in the making of anthropological knowledge.

Sam Sweeting is a current third year student in Anthropology and Visual Practice at Goldsmiths. Her areas of study and interest include space, time and embodiment, movement and performance.  

Bethan Davies is a current third year Anthropology and Visual Practice student at Goldsmiths. Her interests include urban anthropology, the body and how it is experienced, with my final year visual project delving into how our space and selves are embodied.

Akari Ishizaki is an Anthropology student from Japan. A big fan of maltesers and sainsburys chocolate brownie pudding dessert. I am willing to make this project inclusive and open to all people from different backgrounds.

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