|Department||Feminist Studies Department|
|Affiliations||Anthropology Department, |
Science & Justice Research Center,
Latin American & Latino Studies
|Web Site|| Can There Be Peace with Poison? Puede Haber Paz con Veneno?|
Engagement as Life Politics in the Colombian Amazon
Soils and Peace: Imagining Dialogues between Soil Scientists and Farmers in Colombia
|Office||Feminist Studies Department, |
Hum 1- 341
|Campus Mail Stop||Humanities Academic Services|
|FMST UC Santa Cruz 1156 High Street|
Santa Cruz, CA
Feminist, postcolonial and decolonial interfaces with science studies, environmental humanities, politics of 'nature' and 'matter', ethnographic theory, literary ethnography and ecpoetics, politics and the political in Latin America, socioecological justices, sociocultural anthropology
2016 “Decomposition as Life Politics: Soils, Selva, and Small Farmers under the Gun of the U.S.- Colombia War on Drugs”. Cultural Anthropology 31(1): 55-80.
2014 “Soil Science, Development and the ‘Elusive Nature’ of Colombia’s Amazonian Plains”. Special Issue on Nature, Infrastructure and the State in Latin America, Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 19(2): 212-236.
2008 “Emergent Forms of Death- WARNING: Highly Toxic Experiments”. Pensamiento Jurídico [Legal Thought] 22: 95-133. Bogota: National University of Colombia.
2007 “Understanding and Writing the World: Upon Traveling to Nosara” in Arts Based Research in Education: Foundations for Practice, edited by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor and Richard Siegesmund, pg. 79-82 New York: Routledge.
Courses TaughtThe Politics of Matter and the Matter of Politics
Decoloniality, Feminism & Science Studies
Anthropology and its Interfaces with Feminist, Postcolonial and Decolonial STS