Kade Doyle Griffiths
Danyal Kade Doyle Griffiths Dingani is a cultural anthropologist specializing in Southern Africa, gender, work, labor, strikes, medical anthropology, HIV/AIDS, social reproduction theory, Marxist theorization of the family, and queer/trans Marxism. He is an editor of Spectre Journal and has also written for The Nation, Viewpoint Magazine, In These Times, Anthropology Today, Cultural Anthropology, Comparative Literature and Culture, Historical Materialism, the Verso Books Blog, Red Wedge Magazine, Labor Notes, New Politics, and Hypocrite Reader. His writing appears in a number of edited collections, including Occupying Wall Street: The Story of an Action that Changed America and forthcoming in Between Certain Death and A Possible Future: Queer Writing on Growing Up with The AIDS Crisis and Transgender Marxism. Kade is a PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center Department of Anthropology and teaches at Brooklyn College, in addition to the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. He is currently working on a manuscript on the anthropology and political history of the development of the forces of social reproduction and on an elaboration and update to the Marxist-feminist cult-classic essay “Kindercommunismus,” with co-author Jules Joanne Gleeson. His current research is concerned with trans social reproduction and cultural production.