Tami Navarro holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Duke University. Her research interests include Caribbean Studies, Gender and Labor, Development, Identity Formation, Globalization/Transnationalism, Capital, Neoliberalism, Race/Racialization and Ethnicity. She is the recipient of funding from the Mellon Foundation, the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the Social Science Research Council, the American Anthropological Association, and the Ford Foundation. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at Columbia University.
Areas of Research
Caribbean Studies, Race/Racialization and Ethnicity, Gender
Cultural Anthropology 28(3). “Sitting at the Kitchen Table: Fieldnotes from Women of Color in Anthropology” (2013). Written with Bianca Williams and Attiya Ahmed
The Global South 4(2). “Offshore Banking Within the Nation: Economic Development in the United States Virgin Islands” (2010)
Anthropology News 52(3) “Global Circulations: A View from the Caribbean” (2011)
Hurricane Katrina: Responding to a Call that Cried out for Response (2006) Transforming Anthropology 14(1): 21-22