I am an associate professor of Geography at the University of Washington in Seattle. I am also an adjunct associate professor with the American Indian Studies and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Departments; and affiliate faculty with UW Center for Human Rights and Comparative History of Ideas Department. I research race, nature and migrations, with a focus on environmental justice and Latinidades across the Américas.
I live and teach on Indigenous land, the territories of the Coast Salish peoples. I teach classes including: Race, Nature & Power (Autumn 2019); Environmental Justice (Autumn 2019); a co-facilitated seminar on Indigenous Methodologies (Winter 2020); and a co-facilitated seminar on Abolition Geographies (possibly rescheduled for Winter 2021?). If you are applying to our geography graduate program (MA/PhD), please look over my advising page and write me a brief email.
You can also see what I'm reading at goodreads.