As a trained Anthropologist in Sociologist's clothing, Kadian can speak to both wider cultural phenomena and sociological systems. Her topics of interest include Black feminism, social media behaviors (Tumblr), and fan studies
museums & organisations
Kadian spent 10 years in museum education, working in both the US and UK. She specializes in strategies to decolonize museum spaces and diversify audiences and programming
hair & beauty
As a brand owner who forumulates her own products, Kadian is in a unique position to advise and speak from both a practical and sociological perspective about Black hair and beauty.
Paperback; 162 pages.
Told through autobiographical reflection, this book contains the story of one Black woman’s process of iterative identity formation, grappling with the intersections of sexuality, gender, self-image, and love. Focusing on lived experience, the book places theories in context, exploring what ideas look like when applied to real life, making it invaluable reading for Black Studies and related courses.