In my training as a socio-cultural anthropologist at Brandeis University, I have designed and conducted ethnographic research in South Africa and the United States. This page collects various drafts and published manuscripts I have written from this original material.
Pentecostal Promise and a South African Dream Deferred
On Africa Is a Country, March 31, 2020
The Prosperity Gospel and an Unprosperous Reality in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Conservative Evangelical Responses to Charismatic Christianity
Wits Interdisciplinary Seminar in the Humanities, 2019
Evangelistic Failures and Imperial Anxieties among Nineteenth-Century American Missionaries to the Zulu
Symposium Presentation, 2017
‘Only One Race’: Religious and Scientific Rhetoric of Anti-Racism among Young-Earth Creationists
Conference Presentation, 2015
Confiding in ‘God’s Word,’ Confirming through ‘Man’s Word’
Conference Presentation, 2014
In addition to my own research, I organized a small conference at Brandeis on legal anthropology in April 2016, the program from which appears here.