Aziza Bayou

Aziza Bayou

Aziza Bayou

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Anthropology: Economic anthropology, political economy, New Orleans and Caribbean region, ethnicity and identity, fair/affordable housing, segregation, inequity, colonialism, immigration and refugees, human evolution, pedagogy

Selected Publications

Forthcoming Textbook: Connections: Developing an Anthropological Perspective.

Forthcoming 2023: "Race/Ethnicity and Wealth in the United States" in the Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition. Edited by George Ritzer, Chris Rojek, and J. Michael Ryan.

Forthcoming 2024: "James Edward Blackwell" in Fifty Scholars in Black Social Thought (Routledge 2024). Edited by Marie C. Jipguep-Akhtar & Nazneen Khan. 

"United for the City: Multiethnic First Grace United Methodist Church in Post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans"

 

Courses Taught

ANTH 114: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 331: Refugees in the Contemporary World

ANTH 490: Theory, Methods, and Issues II