PhD Student Directory

Anne Napatalung
  • Title
    • PhD Candidate
  • Division Humanities Division
  • Department
    • Feminist Studies Department
  • Affiliations Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Humanities Building 1, 416
  • Mail Stop Feminist Studies

Research Interests

medicine, healing systems, the senses

Biography, Education and Training

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Selected Publications

"Ancestral Herbal Narratives: Oral History Collection," Interview with Raíces Cultural Center, December 2020


Through Their Eyes: Doulas from around the world,” Interview with Unearthing Tradition, August 2020

Selected Presentations

“Feminism and Prison Abolition: Then, Now, and Soon Come” Guest lecture for Racial and Gender Formations in the U.S. 2019, Santa Cruz, CA


“Abolition as Relation: Indigenous Sciences, Plant Knowledges, and the Politics of Listening in Robin Wall Kimmerer's Braiding SweetgrassGuest lecture for Introduction to Feminist Studies 2018, Santa Cruz, CA 


 “Toward an Abolitionist Politics of Noise: Kalief and Venida Browder, Carceral Architectures, and the Sounds of Heartbreak” Paper presentation at Unintelligible: Noise Against Capture Conference 2018, Santa Cruz, CA


“No Reproductive Justice in a World with Prisons: Toward Abolition” Paper presentation and visioning session at Decolonizing Birth Conference 2016, Brooklyn, NY


“Plant Based Living as the Praxis of Freedom: Black Radical Thought as Food and Animal Justice Framework” Panel organizer and presenter at The Praxis of Black Lives Matter and Food Justice Movements Summit 2015, Milwaukee, WI