I have spent several years in higher education, most recently receiving my Ph.D. in Geography at Clark University. My background is in critical human geography, where I have developed three core research interests: the geographies of food systems, social movement politics, and sustainability and justice in human–environment systems. Read more about research projects I have worked on below.
- Food Systems Planning (New England)
- Socioecology of Residential Landscapes (Massachusetts)
- Places and Practices for Local Food Activism (Scotland)
My publications are available for download here:
Some teaching resources are available for download here, focused on food systems, urban geography, and sustainability: