Nitasha Tamar Sharma

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19992019

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Research Interests

Professor Sharma's academic activities are based on an interdisciplinary, comparative, and ethnographic approach to the study of difference, inequality, and racism. The central goal of her teaching, research, and writing is to develop models for multiracial alliance building by zeroing in on cultural phenomena that unearth and challenge the factors that structure contentious race relations.

Education/Academic qualification

Anthropology, PhD, University of California at Santa Barbara

… → 2004

Anthropology, MA, University of California at Santa Barbara

… → 1998

Anthropology, BA, University of California at Santa Cruz

… → 1995

Research interests

  • Asian/Black relations
  • Black popular culture
  • Comparative racial studies
  • Ethnicity and identity
  • Hip hop studies
  • Mixed race studies
  • Multi-sited ethnography
  • Overlapping diasporas
  • Race in Hawai'i

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