Andrea Queeley holds a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the City University of New York Graduate Center. After serving as a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow at Tulane University's Stone Center for Latin American Studies from 2007 to 2009, she accepted a joint appointment in Florida International University's Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies and the African & African Diaspora Studies Program. Her research interests include Caribbean migration, the African Diaspora in Latin America, racial subjectivity, and disaster. Her book manuscript "Rescuing Our Roots: Respectable Blackness and the Anglo-Caribbean Diaspora in Contemporary Cuba" is currently under contract with University Press of Florida.
Areas of Research
Caribbean migration, African Diaspora, racial subjectivity
Queeley, Andrea. “El Puente: Transnationalism Among Cubans of English-speaking Caribbean Descent”. Journal of African and Black Diaspora Studies v. 5(1), 2012.
Queeley, Andrea. “Somos Negros Finos: Anglophone Caribbean Cultural Citizenship in Revolutionary Cuba” in Global Circuits of Blackness: Race, Citizenship, and Modern Subjectivities. Percy C. Hintzen, Jean Muteba Rahier, and Felipe Smith, eds. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2010.
Queeley, Andrea. “Remembering the Wretched: Narratives of Return as a Practice of Freedom”. Journal of Pan-African Studies v. 4(7): 109-125, 2011.
Queeley, Andrea. “‘She Jus’ Gits Hold of Us Dataway’: The Blues and Greens of Neighborhood Recovery in Post-Katrina New Orleans”. Transforming Anthropology v. 19(1): 21-32, 2011.
Queeley, Andrea. “Hip Hop and the Aesthetics of Criminalization”. Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society, v. 5(1): 1-15, 2003.
Queeley, Andrea. “The Passing of a Black Yankee: Fieldnotes/Cliff Notes of a Wannabe Santiaguera” in Fieldwork Identities in the Caribbean. Erin Brooke Taylor, ed. with foreword by Diane Austin-Broos, Coconut Creek, FL: Caribbean Studies Press, 2009.
Davis, Dana, Ana Aparicio, Audrey Jacobs, Akemi Kochiyama, Leith Mullings, Andrea Queeley, and Beverly Thompson. “Working It Off: Welfare Reform, Workfare, and Work Experience Programs in New York City”. Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society, v. 5(2): 22-41, 2003.