Felicity Aulino is a medical anthropologist and ethnographic filmmaker, with primary area specialization in Thailand and a research focus on care, moral practice, and social change. In her recent book, Rituals of Care: Karmic Politics in an Aging Thailand (2019, Cornell University Press), she explores habituated practices of providing for others, along with the transformative potential of such acts. She is currently working on local theories of mind, processes of knowledge formation, (extra)ordinary experience, and care for the seen as well as the unseen.
PhD, Anthropology, Harvard University
MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education, UNC Chapel Hill School of Public Health