I am an anthropologist, activist, artist, and scholar of technology and religion. My research looks at relations between humans, non-humans, and technology. My activism works for justice, broadly defined. My artwork explores communication, cultural preservation, and art-as-art in an era of art-as-commerce.
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Memorial University of Newfoundland. My doctoral research is on the anthropology of space (science, exploration, colonization) and the ethnography of planetary analogue research sites.
You may be interested in reading my research blog, seeing my artwork, or following me on Twitter or Tumblr. I also work with OurFutureEnvironment Consulting where we use social science to imagine a better world.
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