alice kurima newberry

Graduate Summer Fellow (2024); Summer Fieldwork Grantee (2023); Anthropology
Summer Fieldwork Grantees Affiliated Graduate Students Graduate Fellows

alice kurima newberry is a PhD student in Anthropology whose work is focused on contextualizing care located within Ryukyuan foodways and the resiliency of foodways through militarized and environmental crises. Her research is rooted within Pacific Indigenous studies, diaspora, and care. Currently, her work traces pigs, sweet potatoes, and mangoes across multiple sites of educational care practices, militarization, and decolonial projects.