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Areas of Interest

Political Ecology, Gender, Development, Sustainability, Agriculture, Food Networks, Alternative Economies, Economic Anthropology, Decolonial Theory, Feminist Theory


MA in Anthropology, University of Oregon

BA in Anthropology, Magna cum laude, Washington University in St. Louis

Research and Activities

My research is broadly concerned with political ecology, alternative economic networks, and gender in the Commonwealth of Dominica, Eastern Caribbean. Specifically, I am interested in the interplay between contemporary manifestations of agri-food governance and endogenous systems of food production and exchange as well as how such interactions and practices relate to gender.


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