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Khiara M. Bridges

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Boston University

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Boston University

143 Bay State Road

Boston, Massachusetts, 02215

United States

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Founded in 1839, Boston University is an internationally recognized institution of higher education and research. With more than 30,000 students, it is the fourth largest independent university in the U.S. It has 17 colleges and schools and a number of multi-d...more

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Khiara M. Bridges, Anthropology and Law, Boston University (Co-editor)


Films - CASEY ATKINS

Boston University School of Law Associate Professor Khiara Bridges strikes a balance between lifelong interests in legal scholarship and ballet.


On Point(e) - CASEY ATKINS

BU Law Associate Professor Khiara M. Bridges speaks fluent Spanish and basic Arabic, has reported for the Miami Herald, is an active professional ballet dancer, and has recently published a book that shines new light on the politics of health care for the poor.
In addition to her Columbia Law School J.D., she has a Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia and holds dual appointments as Associate Professor of Law and Associate Professor of Anthropology at BU. ","html":" ","url":"https://vimeo.com/44517656","width":1920,"height":1080,"providerName":"Vimeo","thumbnailUrl":"https://secure-b.vimeocdn.com/ts/442/264/442264987_1280.jpg","resolvedBy":"vimeo"}" data-block-type="32" id="block-03a679c0db65f7767df8"> " data-provider-name="Vimeo"> On Point(e): Khiara Bridges strikes a balance between lifelong interests in legal scholarship and ballet Boston University School of Law Associate Professor Khiara M. Bridges speaks fluent Spanish and basic Arabic, has reported for the Miami Herald, is an active professional ballet dancer, and has recently published a book that shines new light on the politics of health care for the poor. In addition to her Columbia Law School J.D., she has a Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia and holds dual appointments as Associate Professor of Law and Associate Professor of Anthropology at BU. Project Goals: Produce a video featuring BU Law associate professor Khiara Bridges and her hobby outside of work.


Humanist Hub : Connect. Act. Evolve.

In this talk, Khiara Bridges will discuss the research that she has conducted with poor mothers and mothers-to-be, focusing on their experiences with state regulation and surveillance.
She hopes to engage the audience in a conversation about what we can do - as individuals and a community - to ensure that poor people are treated with the dignity and humanity that they deserve. Khiara M. Bridges is a professor of law and professor of anthropology at Boston University. She has written many articles and books concerning race, class, reproductive rights, and the intersection of the three. She is the author of Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization (2011), published by the University of California Press. Her second book, The Poverty of Privacy Rights, published by Stanford University Press, was released in June 2017. In addition to her life as an academic, she is a classically trained ballet dancer who continues to perform professionally in New York City.


"All Rise!", Episode 10: Khiara Bridges | The Harvard Law Record

"All Rise!", Episode 10: Khiara Bridges
Bridges is a force in Critical Race Theory scholarship, a Professor of Law and Anthropology at Boston University, an accomplished ballerina, and, according to the Boston Globe, one of Boston's most fashionable people. She joined All Rise! in the spring to talk about: growing up in Miami, the importance of Spelman college, finding out about 9/11 during a Columbia tax law course, the insights of legal anthropology, and how she hopes to build on the legacy of her critical race theory mentors.


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