Eda Pepi is a sociocultural anthropologist of the Middle East and North Africa. She is Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Yale University. She works at the intersections of feminist studies, political and anthropology, and the anthropology of kinship. Her research focuses on the cultural and historical processes through which gender, ethnicity, citizenship, sovereignty, and the state have been forged in Jordan, Western Sahara, and the Canary Islands.
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