Emily Jenan Riley

 emily riley  Doctorada en antropologia – Michigan State University

Etnografia y antropologia del Africa Oeste; genero y política, sistemas culturales, Islam y sufismo, identidad naciónal

 
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Área geográfica de especialización

África

Grados académicos

Ph.D. Michigan State University, 2016 Anthropology
M.A. Michigan State University, 2010 Anthropology
B.A. Oregon State University, 2002 Anthropology, French, International Studies

Docencia

Genero, poder y nación en Africa y Asia poscoloniales, Centro de Estudios de Asia y África (CEAA), El Colegio de México, D.F., México, enero 2020 – mayo 2020

Introdución de las culturales africanas, Centro de Estudios de Asia y África (CEAA), El Colegio de México, D.F., México, agosto 2019-diciembre 2019

Ethnographic Field Methods, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, United States, Agosto 2016 – diciembre 2016

Language and Culture, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, United States, Agosto 2016 – diciembre 2016

Global Diversity and Interdependence, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, United States, enero 2017- mayo 2017

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, United States, enero 2017- mayo 2017

 

Lineas de investigación

Etnografia y antropologia del África Oeste; genero y política, sistemas culturales, identidad naciónal, Islam y sufismo

 

Proyectos de investigación

Género
Cultura popular senegalesa e identidad a través de la lente de terànga
Filosofía e identidad Wolof
Mujeres en la política
Layene Sufis en Dakar
Metodología etnográfica

 

Publicaciones recientes

Riley, Emily. “Sama Jigéen: Women and Women-Led Associations in a New Era of Politics in Dakar, Senegal” In Intervening Connections: Below the Sightline. Edited by Elene Cloete, Martha Ndakalako-Bannikov and Mariah C. Stember. Forthcoming.

Riley, Emily. 2019. “Guests of God: The Layene, an Urban Sufi Community in Dakar, Senegal”. Africa Today. 66: 1, pgs. 117-140.

Riley, Emily. 2019. “The Politics of Terànga: Gender, Power, and the Political Equality Movement in Senegal.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 42:1, pgs. 110-124.

Riley, Emily. 2019. “Gender Parity and the Politics of Representation in Senegal”. Association for Political and Legal Anthropology. August 24. https://polarjournal.org/2019/08/24/gender-parity-and-the-politics-of-representation-in-senegal/

Riley, Emily. 2019. “Comedy and Chaos: Social Media, Activism, and Democracy in Senegal”. In Social Media and Politics in Africa, edited by Maggie Dwyer and Thomas Molony.

Riley, Emily. 2016. “Lock Her Up”: Corruption Discourse and Gendered Politics”. Association for Political and Legal Anthropology. August 31. https://politicalandlegalanthro.org/2016/08/31/lock-her-up_corruption-discourse-and-gendered-politics/