Anne-Maria B. Makhulu
Associate Professor in the Department of Cultural Anthropology
- Curriculum Vitae | 2017 - 2018
- In the Media | BLACKBOARD | CURRICULUM; Deconstructing "The Wire" (The New York Times)
- In the Media | Professor Turns to HBO's "The Wire" for Course
- In the Media | This Will Be on the Midterm...Why so many colleges are teaching "The Wire"
- Interview | Left of Black (S2:E5): Dr. Makhulu Discusses Her Course on "The Wire"
- Interview | Left of Black (S6:E15): Squatting for Freedom + #FeesMustFall in South Africa
- Interview | Rethinking Global Cities: Johannesburg and Cape Town
- Panel Discussion | "I woke up like this": Desire & Respectability in ShondaLand
Anne-Maria Makhulu is an Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology and African and African American Studies at Duke University. Her research interests cover: Africa and more specifically South Africa, cities, space, globalization, political economy, neoliberalism, the anthropology of finance and corporations, as well as questions of aesthetics, including the literature of South Africa. Makhulu is co-editor of Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatility and African Subjectivities (2010) and the author of Making Freedom: Apartheid, Squatter Politics and the Struggle for Home (2015). She is a contributor to Producing African Futures: Ritual and Reproduction in a Neoliberal Age (2004), New Ethnographies of Neoliberalism (2010), author of articles in Anthropological Quarterly and PMLA, special issue guest editor for South Atlantic Quarterly (115(1)) and special theme section guest editor of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East (36(2)). A new project, “Black and Bourgeois: Defining Race and Class After Apartheid,” examines the relationship between race and mobility in post-apartheid South Africa.