'After Class' Podcast
Season 3, Episode 8
Making the Strange Familiar and the Familiar Strange
Examining Life through an Ethnographic Lens with Sascha Goluboff
“Sascha Goluboff, Washington and Lee’s director of community-based learning and professor of cultural anthropology, recounts her experiences of stepping into the unknown through ethnography research, working in local prisons and even improv.”
“In a way, it was only within the realm of that course inside the prison that [students] felt free enough to be themselves and to connect with others.”
~Sascha Goluboff, Washington and Lee’s director of community-based learning and professor of cultural anthropology
Students from Professor Goluboff’s class - "Narrating Our Stories: Culture, Society, and Identity" taught at Augusta Correctional in Fall 2019
Girjesox – Russia
- Professor Goluboff’s paper on Azerbaijan
- Professor Goluboff’s paper on homeplaces in rural Virginia
- Office of Community-Based Learning
- “Black & White and One Small Town,” Radio Interview about the Brownsburg Museum on WMRA Harrisonburg. August 23, 2012.
- Sentimental Attachments: Race Relations in Brownsburg before and after the Civil War
- “Dating Rules for Women over Forty.” Kitchen Sink Magazine. Volume 5. Fall 2021.
- “Lit.” Bright Flash Literary Review. September 1, 2021.
- “A Different Man.” The Write Launch. February 2020.
- “Family Magic.” Runner-Up in the Funny Pearls 2021 Short Story Competition. December 18, 2021.