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Books and Publications


Books and Publications



Dr. Asale Angel-Ajani

Engaged Observer: Anthropology, Advocacy, and Activism


Dr. Sarah Muir


Dr. Matthew Reilly

Contesting " White Slavery " in the Caribbean: Enslaved Africans and European Indentured Servants in Seventeenth-Century Barbados.

Archaeologies of Instability: Order and Disorder in Colonial Barbados. Journal of Social Archaeology (forthcoming)

"Poor Whites" on the Peripheries: "Poor White" and Afro-Barbadian Interaction on the Plantation.

The Irish in the Anglo-Caribbean: servants or slaves? by Matthew Reilly and Liam Hogan.

"Poor White" Recollections and Artifact Reuse in Barbados: Considerations for Archaeologies of Poverty

The School of Female Industry: "Poor White" Women and Vocational Education in the Era of Slavery

Father Antoine Biet's Account Revisited: Irish Catholics in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Barbados

The Irish in Barbados: Labour, Landscape and Legacy

The Politics of Work, "Poor Whites," and Plantation Capitalism in Barbados

The Archaeology of Settler Farms and Early Plantation Life in Seventeenth-Century Barbados


Dr. Irina Carlota Silber

Everyday Revolutionaries: Gender, Violence, and Disillusionment in Postwar El Salvador

Cotidianidad Revolucionaria. Genero, Violencia Y Desencanto En La Posguerra Salvadorena

Dr. Stanley Thangaraj

  • (October 2013) Burdsey, Daniel, Stanley Thangaraj, and Rajinder Dudrah.  Special Issue on “Sport and South Asian Diasporas” for the Journal ofSouth Asian Popular Culture 11(3) 2015. ““They said ‘Go Back to Afghanistan’: U.S. Publics, Playing Basketball, and Challenging the American Terror(ist)” Amerasia 41(2): 25-46.
  • October 2013. Burdsey, Daniel, Stanley Thangaraj, and Rajinder Dudrah.  “Playing through Time and Space: South Asian Diasporas and Sport.”South Asian Popular Culture 11(3)
  • October 2013. “Competing Masculinities: Ethnic Sport Leagues and South Asian American Masculinity.” South Asian Popular Culture11(3). Reprinted in Physical Culture, Ethnography and the Body: Theory, Method and Praxis, (eds.) Michael Giardina and Michele Donnelly. New York: Routledge.
  • June 2012. “Playing through Difference: The Black-White Racial Logic and Interrogating South Asian American Identity.”  Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(6) 2010. “Liting it Up: Popular Culture, Indo-Pak Basketball, and South Asian American Institutions” Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 2(2)
  • September 2010. “Ballin’ Indo-Pak Style: Pleasures, Desires, and Expressive Practices of “South Asian American” Masculinity.” International Review for the Sociology of Sport 45(3)2017. Ratna, Aarti, Samaya Farooq-Samie, Katherine Jamieson and Stanley Thangaraj.  “Learning Lessons from the feminisms of ethnic ‘Others.’” In Handbook of Feminisms in Sport, Leisure and PE. London: Palgrave-MacMillan.2016. Thangaraj, Stanley, Constancio Arnaldo Jr., and Christina Chin. “Introduction: You Play Sports? Asian American Sporting Matters.” In Asian American Sporting Cultures, (eds.) Stanley Thangaraj, Constancio Arnaldo Jr., and Christina Chin. New York: New York University Press.
  • 2016. “Managing Race, Class, and Gender: Atlanta’s South Asian American Muslims and the Localized Management of the “Global War on Terror.” Lexington Books, (ed.) Aparajita De.
  • July 2015. “American Public Spaces and Gender: Muslim America, Sport, and Activism.” In Suad Joseph and Sarah Gualtieri, editors,Encyclopedia of Women in Islamic Cultures. Leiden: Brill.
  • October 2014. “‘Liting it Up’: Indo-Pak Basketball and Finding the American-Ness in South Asian American Institutions.” In Asian Americans in Sport and Society, (ed.) Richard King. Abingdon: Routledge
  • September 2014. Thangaraj, Stanley and Constancio Arnaldo Jr. “Asian American Sporting Cultures.” In Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia, (ed.) Mary Danico.  New York: Sage Publications
  • September 2014. Arnaldo Jr., Constancio and Stanley Thangaraj. “Asian American Athletes.”  In Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia, (ed.) Mary Danico.  New York: Sage Publications
  • July 2014. “‘We’re 80% more Patriotic’: Atlanta’s Muslim Community and the Performances of Cultural Citizenship,” In Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender, (ed.) Shirley Jackson.  Abingdon: Routledge.