Post Doc Fellow
A&S Taft Research Center - 0369
Dr. Anjuliet Woodruffe, is a scholar whose research interests intersect intercultural communication, relational communication, critical cultural studies, and women's and gender studies. Dr. Woodruffe uses autoethnography, poetics and Black Transnational feminism to analyze representations of transnationals living in the United States.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Woodruffe, Anjuliet (2022. ) Conversations With My Son: A Poetic Autoethnography of Black Mothering Experiences. .Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, , 22 (4 ) ,359
Conversations with My Son: A Poetic Autoethnography of Black Mothering ExperiencesMore Information
Woodruffe, Anjuliet and Sanders, S. (2021. ) Home-Schooling in David Makes Man.RESEARCH ARTICLE| JUNE 01 2021 Home-Schooling in David Makes Man Sasha J. Sanders, Anjuliet G. Woodruffe Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, , 10 (2 ) , -59More Information
Woodruffe, Anjuliet (co-authors: Durham, Aisha, Marquese McFerguson, Sasha Sanders) (2020. ) The Future of Autoethnography is Black.Journal of Autoethnography, , 1 (3 ) ,289 More Information
Woodruffe, Anjuliet (2021. ) Surviving From the Margins: A Conversation about Identity with James Baldwin.International Review of Qualitative Research, 13 (4 ) ,457 More Information
Woodruffe, Anjuliet (co-authors Spieldenner Andrew, Robinson, Tomika) (2019 ) The End of Aids?:A Critical examination of the National HIV/AIDS strategy Neorace realities in the Obama Era .(pp. 93).Albany, NY, State University of NY Press (Co-Author)
Anjuliet G. Woodruffe, Chandra Frank (09-22-2022). Decolonizing Scholarly Production: Product, Process, and Possibility. 3PM, TAFT Research Center. UC. Level:University
Decolonizing Scholarly Production: Product, Process, and Possibility.