I am an assistant professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University where I teach environmental studies, planning and research methods courses.
My research focuses on the politics of intimate environments and takes many loops and turns through questions around citizenship, immigration and incorporation in place, and environmental justice and urban health.
I try to use the right tools for the job, which might mean engaging with maps or stories, objects or numbers. The job, ps-by-the-way, being deepening understandings and supporting increased social justice, thriving and liberation.
Right now I’m working with others to think about planning for abolition, thinking about citizenship on the Prairies, rematerializing digital landscapes and as always spatial methods.
Excited to be part of putting together a special issue of Environmental Justice: The Road to Water Justice.
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