2000: BA in Anthropology, UC Berkeley
2007: MA in Anthropology, CSU East Bay
I'm a cultural anthropologist who is currently seeking work in New England as an anthropology instructor, social science researcher, or cultural resources specialist. I'm planning to return to graduate school in the near future.
I'm also the author of "Gold Strike in the Breadbasket: Indigenous Livelihoods, the World Bank, and Territorial Restructuring in Western Ghana," a report published in 2008 by Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy as part of their Development Report series. My report for Food First is available online here: http://www.foodfirst.org/en/node/2113
anthropology, applied anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, cultural resource management, ethnography
Area(s) of Expertise
sociocultural anthropology, environmental anthropology, anthropology of development, political ecology, extractive industries, social movements, political economy, urban studies, Ghana, Latin America
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
Education -- In Fall 2012, I taught an urban geography course called "Cities and the Environment" in the Department of Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences (EEOS) at the University of Massachusetts Boston.