My research interests coalesce around critical investigations of capitalism and efforts to imagine and organize around hidden, suppressed, or unrealized ways of being in the world. I work with groups and movements that are involved in or organizing around ethical ways of producing, distributing, and consuming stuff. In particular, I am interested in economic subjectivity, neoliberal development, post-capitalism and ontological politics, activism and community engagement, political ecology, and public anthropology.
I live with my 10-year-old daughter in Amherst. We like to play badminton, swim, garden, and ride bikes; and we raise chickens and guinea pigs.
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