Zoé is a 3rd year doctoral student in Medical Sociology at the University of California, San Francisco in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Her research work is about German colonization and the Namibian Genocide's production of Black indigenous identity. Other topics of interest include race-making and anti-blackness, visual ethnography and politics of seeing/witnessing, biomedicalization, epistemic violence, genocide memory, disposability, and structural violence & spatiality.

Publications
Samudzi, Z. (2017) Thematic Network Analysis and Feminist Methodologies: Analyzing Narratives of Agency and Exclusion of Transgender Women in Sex Work. Sage Research Methods Cases. DOI: 10.4135/9781526419019

Samudzi, Z. & Mannell, J. (2015). Cisgender male and transgender female sex workers in South Africa: gender variant identities and narratives of exclusion. Culture, Health & Sexuality. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2015.1062558 

 

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