Published by Mara Dicenta
I am an Assistant Professor at William & Mary working at the intersections of Feminist and Decolonial Science Studies, Environmental Anthropology, and Latin American Studies. With a background in Anthropology and a Ph.D. in STS, my work examines the entanglements of race, science, and the environment.
My research and teaching contribute to expanding reparative natures, cultures, and epistemologies capable of responding to disavowed histories of violence. Hence, I teach courses in Conservation Ethics, Indigenous Knowledges, Environmental Anthropology, and Ethnographic Research.
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