I am a geographer working at the intersection of critical race, feminist, and environmental studies. My work address how race and waste are interwoven in racial capitalism using arts-based ethnographic methods.

My approach to engaged scholarship is rooted in Critical Performance Ethnography, utilizing arts-based methods to develop collaborations with affected communities. My book manuscript in progress, Exposing Aluminum: Death and Desire in Racial Capitalism, centers Black feminist and decolonial theory in examining the lived experiences of workers and their communities who constitute the global production network of aluminum.

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