Kelsey Chatlosh

Cultural anthropology Ph.D. student, Digital Fellow

My research focuses on women-led Afro-Chilean activism in northern Chile for recognition, territory, and public history; and how activists contest dominant narratives of race and nation, re-envision futures, and link with other activist networks. My work as a Digital Fellow focuses on digital tools for qualitative research, and feminist ethics.


Currently: PhD Student in Cultural Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center

BA in American Studies and Anthropology, minor in Hispanic Languages and Literatures, George Washington University, 2012

Semester abroad in Santiago, Chile, at Universidad de Chile and Pontificia Universidad Católica, 2010


GC Digital Fellow, GC Digital Initiatives, CUNY Graduate Center
ARC Fellow (Inequality cluster), Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC), CUNY Graduate Center
Adjunct Lecturer, Urban Studies, Queens College