Tyler ZoanniPhD 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.
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