Marc Perry

Marc Perry
Assistant Professor, Anthropology and ADST

Dr. Marc D. Perry is a sociocultural anthropologist with a research specialization in race and racialization in the African Diaspora with a regional emphasis in Latin America and the Caribbean.  His research and teaching interests include: black transnationalisms; comparative racial formations; Afro-Latino migrations; African American cultural history; and black musics and performative culture. He is currently completing a book project examining race and social transformation in late socialist Cuba through the ethnographic lens of Cuban hip hop, and is in the early stages of research exploring the changing socio-racial landscape of
post-Katrina New Orleans.

Further information about Professor Marc Perry is available via the Tulane University Department of Anthropology.

Tulane University, Africana Studies, 300F Hebert Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-862-3550