Medical Anthropology; Childlessness; Fatherhood; Conceptions of Childhood/Children; Alternate Forms of Kinship
375 Academic Center
Buffalo NY, 14261-0026
Phone: (716) 645-1401
Originally from India, Professor Joshi earned a double MA in Social Work with a specialization in Reproductive Health and worked in the development sector on preventive health interventions in five different states in North India. Professor Joshi shifted her focus from an interventionist to an interpretive frame through Cultural/Medical Anthropology. She finished a PhD in Cultural Anthropology at Rutgers in 2017 and did research on issues of childlessness, reproduction, parenting and demography in Berlin, Germany.