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Juli Grigsby, Ph.D.

Cultural Anthropology African Diaspora program

University of Texas at Austin, 2014

Email:  jgrigsby@haverford.edu

Juli Grigsby is an U.S. based Anthropologist.  Her areas of expertise include critical race theory, feminist and queer theory, urban ethnography, violence, women’s health and U.S Social Movements.  The past recipient of Davis Putter Fellowships and a Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology & Advanced Collaboratory Scholar (HASTAC) her photographic work has appeared in the Black California Dreamin’ journal and at the Metro Art Gallery in Pomona, California.  Her current book project is Grim Sleeper: Gender, Violence, and Reproductive Justice in Los Angeles, which explores black women’s experiences of structural violence and black women’s commitment to social transformation through reproductive justice.

Dr. Grigsby is currently an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Haverford College (https://www.haverford.edu/users/jgrigsby).