DR. ALAÍ REYES-SANTOS

Educator, Writer, and Consultant

 
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ABOUT

Dr. Alaí Reyes-Santos is a professor of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies and Conflict Resolution at University of Oregon. She is also an Iya-high priestess of Afro-Caribbean regla de osha. Her ceremonial practice, and training in African Diaspora Studies, Comparative Ethnic Studies, and Gender Studies, inform her work as a writer, educator, consultant, and workshop facilitator.

 

MEDIA

 

COMMUNITY-ENGAGED RESEARCH

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THE UO PUERTO RICO PROJECT:
HURRICANE MARIA AND ITS AFTERMATH

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CARIBBEAN WOMEN HEALERS:
DECOLONIZING KNOWLEDGE WITHIN AFRO-INDIGENOUS TRADITIONS

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EQUITY PANEL: EUGENE'S CLIMATE ACTION PLAN 2.0

 

BOOKS

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OUR CARIBBEAN KIN: RACE AND NATION IN THE NEOLIBERAL ANTILLES

"Alaí Reyes-Santos's elegant work unites vernacular and elite voices to discuss nationalist thought in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. Her insights help us claim our intellectual traditions in contemporary struggles for justice."


April J. Mayes, author of The Mulatto Republic: Class, Race, and Dominican National Identity

 

CONSULTING

Facilitating organizational transformations in the non-profit sector, government, higher education, and social and environmental justice organizations.

 

CONTACT

For media inquiries, collaborations, or any questions, contact Dr. Alaí Reyes-Santos.

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©2019 by Dr. Alaí Reyes-Santos.