“A Dream House: A Literary Ethnography of Aging in Place in South Africa”
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of New Hampshire
Casey Golomski is an Assistant Professor, Anthropologist, and Program Faculty in Africana and African American Studies at the University of New Hampshire. Casey is a cultural and medical anthropologist and Africanist with strong interests in the humanities, exploring religion, gender and medicine across the human life course and cross-culturally. He is the author of articles, essays, and poetry in journals like Medical Anthropology, Material Religion, Anthropology and Humanism, Africa, and American Ethnologist, and the book Funeral Culture: AIDS, Work and Cultural Change in an African Kingdom (Indiana University Press). He has given invited talks for NedBank and Emory, Yale, Louisiana State, Tufts, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Portland State, and Michigan State universities; consulted for UNICEF; is an associate editor for the African Journal of AIDS Research; and is a board member for the Northeastern Workshops on Southern Africa (NEWSA) and Seacoast African American Cultural Center (SAACC). He is happy to advise and consult for interested students and organizations.