Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Joseph Russo is a sociocultural anthropologist whose work focuses on postindustrial depression in the American South. His PhD dissertation, “Gnarled Ecologies: Postindustrial Affects of Southeast Texas,” was based on fieldwork research conducted in Southeast Texas’ Golden Triangle. He received his PhD from the University of Texas, Austin.
Hard Luck in the Golden Triangle: Gnarled Ecologies of Southeast Texas. (Under contract with Duke University Press)
Cambridge Handbook for the Anthropology of Sexuality, Chapter 13: Post-Phenomenology of Gender and Sexuality (under contract with Cambridge University Press)
Introduction to LGBT Studies e-Textbook, Chapter 13a: Global Sexualities: LGBTQ Anthropology Past, Present, and Future. (forthcoming, Open Educational Resources, SUNY Press)
Severity. Journal for the Anthropology of North America. (forthcoming, special issue “Rural North America,” eds. Alex Blanchette & Marcel LaFlamme.)
Queer Rot. Queering the Black Metal Rainbow. (Oakland: PM Press) (forthcoming, eds. Daniel Lukes & Stanimir Panayotov.)
Time Gets Strange: Texan Hard-Luck Stories. Feelings of Structure eds. Yoke-Sum Wong & Karen Engle. (McGill-Queens University Press).
Casino Light. Capacious: The Journal for Emerging Affect Inquiry, Vol.1. ed. Greg Seigworth.
Bubba’s Night. Affect Theory Website, WTFAffect.com.
Induction of the Devotee: Nile’s Primal Ritual. Reflections in the Metal Void. Ed. Niall Scott. (Inter-Disciplinary Press.)
Perpetue Putesco. Hideous Gnosis: Black Metal Theory Symposium I. ed. Nicola Masciandaro. (Glossator).