Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, Indiana University—Bloomington
“My interests in sustainability stem from twenty-five years of engaged field research in the cloud forests of NW Ecuador. In this region of mega-biodiversity, I study ways multi-ethnic-racial rural women and men have reorganized for sustainable livelihoods.”
Courses pertaining to Sustainability: GS 200 Introduction to Global Studies, GS/WGSS 235 Gender and Social Justice Issues in Latin America, GS 350 Ecuador Field Experience, GS 450 Independent Study, WGSS220 Intersections of Power and Privilege.