- E613 Global Africa
- E600 Blood, Money, Value
- ANTH E300 Islam in & out of Africa
- ANTH E300 Photography & Ethnography
- ANTH E400 Fashion, Beauty, Power
- ANTH E413 Global Africa
Nd Buggenhagen, Beth. Photography Beyond the Frame. Portraiture in Muslim Senegal. Manuscript in preparation.
2012 Buggenhagen, Beth. Muslim Families in Global Senegal. Money Takes Care of Shame. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
2010 Anne-Maria B. Makhulu, Beth Buggenhagen, and Stephen Jackson, eds. Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatilities and African Subjectivities. Berkeley: University of California Press. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/24b027x0
Articles and Chapters
2018 Buggenhagen, Beth. "Ibrahim Thiam." In The View From Here. Dak'Art Biennial of Contemporary African Art, May 2018. Dakar, Senegal.
2017 Buggenhagen, Beth. African Artistic Practices and Discourses in and out of Sweden. A Conversation with Ethnomusicologist Ryan T. Skinner. Africa Today, 64 (2):92-107.
2017 Buggenhagen, Beth. If You Were in My Sneakers: Migration Stories in the Studio Photography of Dakar based Omar Victor Diop. Visual Anthropology Review 33 (1): 38-50.
2017 Buggenhagen, Beth. Area Studies and the Challenges of Creating a Space for Public Debate. Africa Today 63 (2): 82-87.
2016 Buggenhagen, Beth. Dak’Art 11th Biennale of Contemporary African Art (review). African Arts 49 (1): 82-85.
2014 Buggenhagen, Beth. A Snapshot of Happiness: Photo Albums, Respectability, and Economic Uncertainty in Dakar. Africa 84 (1): 78-100.
2013 Buggenhagen, Beth. Islam’s New Visibility and the Secular Public in Senegal. In, Tolerance, Democracy and Sufis in Senegal. Mamadou Diouf, ed. Pp. 51-72. New York: Columbia University Press.
2013 Buggenhagen, Beth. What the General of Amadou Bamba Saw in New York City: Gendered Displays of Devotion among Migrants of the Senegalese Murid Tariqa. In, African Migrations: Patterns and Perspectives. Abdoulaye Kane and Todd Leedy, eds. Pp. 248-269. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
2012 Buggenhagen, Beth. Fashioning Piety: Dress, Money, and Faith among Senegalese Muslims in Post 9/11 New York City. Special Issue, Muslim Cosmopolitans, Dorothea Schulz and Mara Leichtman, eds. City and Society. 24 (1): 82-102.
2011 Are Births Just “Women’s Business?” Gift Exchange, Value, and Global Volatility in Muslim Senegal. American Ethnologist 38 (4):714-732.
2010 Buggenhagen, Beth. Islam and the Media of Devotion in and out of Senegal. Visual Anthropology Review 26 (2):81-95.
2010 Buggenhagen, Beth Killer Bargain: The Global Networks of Senegalese Muslims and Policing Unofficial Economies in the War on Terror. In, Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatilities and African Subjectivities. Anne-Maria B. Makhulu, Beth A. Buggenhagen, and Stephen Jackson, eds. Pp. 130-149. Berkeley: University of California Press.
2008 Buggenhagen, Beth. Beyond Brotherhood: Gender, Religious Authority and the Global Circuits of Senegalese Muridiyya. In New Perspectives on Islam in Senegal: Conversion, Migration, Wealth, Power and Femininity. Mamadou Diouf and Mara A. Leichtman, eds. Pp. 189-210. Palgrave Press.
2004 Buggenhagen, Beth. Domestic Object(ion)s: The Senegalese Murid Trade Diaspora and the Politics of Marriage Payments, Love, and State Privatization. InProducing African Futures: Ritual and Reproduction in a Neoliberal Age. Brad Weiss, ed., Pp. 21-53. Leiden: Brill Academic Press.
See also Indiana University Scholarworks: https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/6637/browse?value=Buggenhagen%2C+Beth&type=author