My book Children as Caregivers: The Global Fight against Tuberculosis and HIV in Zambia was awarded the 2018 Elliott P. Skinner Book Award from the Association of Africanist Anthropology. Read the news release from the Division of Public Health Sciences and the official announcement from the American Anthropological Association for more information on the award. 

Read reviews of the book here:

Lancet Child and Adolescent Health

Medical Anthropology Quarterly 


The award-winning American Association of University Women blog published an article in 2015 featuring my work, entitled How Anthropology Can Transform Global Health Efforts.

Washington University School of Medicine Outlook Magazine, “Photovoice: Photography project encourages family, friends to schedule colon cancer screenings,” by Jim Goodwin.

The blog anthropologyworks listed my dissertation, Being Closer: Children and Caregiving in the Time of TB and HIV in Lusaka, Zambia, as one of “Anthroworks best 40 dissertations in cultural anthropology 2011”