Nia Raquelle Smith
Building & Room:
1007 W. Harrison St.
I am a cultural anthropologist interested in the intersection of food, culture, policy, and media in the Black and Latin American diasporas. I explore the influence of food policy on culture and the implications it has on these communities.
2019, Carol Mitchell Paper Prize, Northeast Popular Culture Association Conference
2022 MS – Arts Administration, Drexel University
Thesis: Global White Supremacy Through the Illicit Acquisition of Cultural Goods
2009 BA – Media and English Language Arts, honors; Minor: Religion, Hunter College
Thesis: Missing White Woman Syndrome