I am an environmental anthropologist and political ecologist with broad interests in human-environment relationships, particularly in marine and fisheries systems. My research explores cultural values, equity, and well-being. One focal area of my research explores how fishery systems are being remade by enclosure and privatization processes. I also partner with Indigenous scholars and communities to advance decolonizing education, research, and policy processes.
Tamamta (All of Us): Transforming Indigenous and Western Sciences Together
Decolonizing and Indigenizing Fisheries Science & Management in Alaska (passcode: t9.j9vuA)
Fisheries Privatization: A False Panacea for Fisheries Management