Raphaëlle Rabanes is a 2022-2023 Society of Scholars Fewllo. She is an assistant professor of sociocultural anthropology at the University of Washington Seattle. She received a PhD in Medical Anthropology in the joint UC Berkeley – UC San Francisco program and was a Dissertation Black Studies Fellow at UC Santa Barbara. She has been conducting ethnographic research in Guadeloupe, French Caribbean, since 2012. Previously, she practiced as a clinical psychologist in several French hospitals, with degrees from the University of Paris Diderot. Her current research and teaching bring together ethnographic approaches to the study of health, structural racism, embodiment, and the long shadow of history in the African Diaspora.