I approach ethnography as social, political, and creative practice, with a commitment to scholar activism and decolonized research. My longstanding body of research and activism has been in feminist political ecology and indigenous environmental justice.
I am currently on research leave in Taiwan as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Center for International Indigenous Affairs in the College of Indigenous Studies at National Dong Hwa University in Hualien, Taiwan.
Diné Toxicity & Transition Global Indigenous Environmental Justice Collaboration Eastern NC Environmental Justice Co-Lab
Other Projects — In addition to primary work in the Navajo Nation, with related sites in other Native Nations, I have collaborated on site with anthropologists in Beijing, China and in Chiapas, Mexico on political ecology research and action projects.