PUBLICATIONS
Powis, Richard. 2017. “Heartened by Iconoclasm: A Few Preliminary Thoughts on Multimodality.” American Anthropologist. 119(2):359-361. (link)

———. 2014. “The Art of Kebetu: Challenges, Rewards, and Growing Pains Associated with Open Ethnography.” Popular Anthropology Magazine. 4:2. (link)

———. 2013. “CSU Student Dick Powis reports from Senegal.” Cleveland State ENGAGED Tumblr Blog. August 28. (Tumblr)

———. 2013. “How to Hail a Cab in Dakar.” Lakewood Observer, July 24: 18-19. (PDF)

———. 2012. “Getting to the Root of Dengidëk: A Preliminary Investigation of Fagara xanthoxyloïdes and Treatment-seeking Behavior in Dakar, Senegal.” Ungeraduate Research Posters 2012. Book 30. (link)

CREATIVE WORKS
Hoffman, Barbara G. 2013. “Aitoropil Enkang: Death Means Moving.” Berkeley: Berkeley Media. (Credited: Effects Compositor) (IMDB)

———. 2013. “Womanhood & Circumcision: Three Maasai Women Have Their Say.” Berkeley: Berkeley Media. (Credited: Student Assistant Editor) (Vimeo)

PRESENTATIONS
“Rushing to Adulthood: Forgoing Companionate Marriage in Pursuit of Social Adulthood in Dakar.” American Anthropological Association, Minneapolis, MN, November 2016.

“’That’s enough about Tim Ingold!’: A Millennial’s Response.” The Ethnographic Turn: On Theory, Method, and Practice in Anthropology. University of Colorado, Boulder. September 2016.

“Enduring Precarity: Emergent Masculinities and Rethinking Couvade in Dakar, Senegal.” AAA/ASA/WARC/CODESRIA Joint Conference, Dakar, Senegal, June 2016.

Presenter, “Hegemonic Penile Discourses and Continuities in Penile Conceptualizations in Africa.” Authored by Daniel Yaw Fiaveh. AAA/ASA/WARC/CODESRIA Joint Conference, Dakar, Senegal, June 2016.

“Men as Men: Toward a New Couvade.” American Anthropological Association, Denver, CO, November 2015.

Panelist, “Global Narratives: The Intersections of Gender, Sexuality, and Reproductive Choices.” GlobeMed Panel Discussions, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, May 2015.

“Purity and Promiscuity: Bodies and Boundaries Among Young Men in Dakar.” American Anthropological Association. Washington D.C., December 2014.

“Purity and Promiscuity: Bodies and Boundaries Among Young Men in Dakar.” Central States Anthropology Society. Normal, IL, April 2014.

“Gendered Health and Reproduction in Dakar: An Exploration of Senegalese Men’s Health-related Schemata and Praxis.” Africana Studies Student Research Conference, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, April 2014.

“Gendered Health and Reproduction in Dakar: An Exploration of Senegalese Men’s Health-related Schemata and Praxis.” Invited Lecture, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, April 2014.

“Getting to the Root of Dengidëk: A Preliminary Investigation of the Use of Fagara xanthoxyloïdes and Treatment-Seeking Behavior in Dakar, Senegal.” American Anthropological Association. Chicago, IL, November 2013.

“Fieldwork in the Cloud.” Invited Lecture, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, September 2013.

“Investigating Gendered Health, Reproduction, and Biosociality Among Senegalese Men: A Methodological Comparison.” Undergraduate Summer Research Session, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, September 2013.

“Ça dépend: What Polyphonic Medical Pluralism in Dakar, Senegal Can Contribute to World Anthropologies.” Central States Anthropology Society, St. Louis, MO, April 2013.

“Getting to the Root of Dengidëk: A Preliminary Investigation of the Use of Fagara xanthoxyloïdes and Treatment-Seeking Behavior in Dakar, Senegal.” Second City Anthropology Conference, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, March 2013.

“Teranga, Les Insortables, and Getting to the Root of Dengidëk.” Invited Lecture, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, September 2012.

“Gateway to Cleveland’s Past: Analyzing Archaeological Remains of the Gateway Construction Site, Cleveland, Ohio.” American Anthropological Association, Montréal, QC, Canada, November 2011.