Damani J. Partridge is an associate professor of Anthropology and of Afroamerican and African Studies. He received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Cultural anthropology, race and displacement, citizenship and non-citizens, technologies of exclusion, gender and sexuality, critical visual anthropology, German studies, European studies, anthropology of the state, post-socialism.
“Occupying American ‘Black’ Bodies and Reconfiguring European Spaces—The Possibilities for Noncitizen Articulations in Berlin and Beyond,” In Transforming Anthropology. Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 41–56, April 2013.
“Corporate Lives: New Perspectives on the Social Live of the Corporate Form,” Special Issue of Current Anthropology, Damani Partridge, Marina Welker, and Rebecca Hardin, eds. Vol. 52, Supplement 3, April 2011.
“Activist Capitalism and Supply Chain Citizenship: Producing Ethical Regimes and Ready to Wear Clothes.” In “Corporate Lives: New Perspectives on the Social Life of Corporate Forms,” Damani Partridge, Rebecca Hardin, and Marina Welker, eds. Current Anthropology, Vol. 52, Supplement 3, April 2011.
“Corporate Lives: Introduction,” by Marina Welker, Damani Partridge, and Rebecca Hardin. In “Corporate Lives: New Perspectives on the Social Live of the Corporate Form.” Current Anthropology, Vol. 52, Supplement 3, April 2011.
“Exploding Hitler and Americanizing Germany — Occupying ‘Black’ Bodies and Post-War Desire.” In Germans and African Americans: Two Centuries of Exchange, Larry Greene andAnke Ortlepp, eds. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press, January 2011.
“Holocaust Mahnmal (Memorial): Racial MemoryAmidst Contemporary Race.” In Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 52, No. 4, October 2010.