Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Hinman Box: HB 6047
- B.A. Michigan State University; M.A. Boston University; Ph.D. Boston University
Areas of Expertise
- Cultural anthropology; political ecology; environmental justice; biodiversity conservation; the commodification of nature, globalization, identity, indigenism, and civil society
- “Whither Communities and Conservation?” with C Fortwangler, International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management , 3:2 (2007) 65-76.
- “Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Conservation to Local Communities,” Journal of Ecological Anthropology , 10:1 (2006) 72-77.
- “Becoming Indigenous Peoples: Difference, Inequality, and the Globalization of East African Identity Politics,” African Affairs , 105:420 (2006) 399-420.
- “Eviction for Conservation: A Global Overview,” with D Brockington, Conservation and Society , 4:3 (2006) 424-470.
- Between a Rock and a Hard Place: African NGOs, Donors, and the State , edited with T Kelsall, (2005).