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Tyler Zoanni
PhD Candidate, Anthropology, New York University | Associate Member Freie Universtät BerlinMedical Anthropology

 

Tyler Zoanni is a medical, sociocultural, and visual anthropologist. His current research explores the lives and worlds of people with cognitive disabilities in Uganda. More generally Tyler’s research interests include religion, kinship, person-hood, and the politics of health and well-being in Africa. Tyler’s first film is The Ladies (13 min; Ukrainian with English subtitles; distributed by DER), an observational short evoking the routines of Ukrainian women who for 50 years have gathered to make dumplings for their church.

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Cognitive Disability: a special issue of The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology https://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/cja/36/1/cja.36.issue-1.xml

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Konstantinos Zorbas
Assistant professor Shandong University, China

 

 

Konstantinos Zorbas (MLitt St. Andrews, PhD Cambridge) is a social anthropologist with research interests in Siberian shamanism. He studied shamans and an epidemic of curse affliction in Tuva Republic, Russia. His work has been published in the Journal of Anthropological Research and in the International Journal for Shamanistic Research.