CST PhD Candidate
Dissertation: In and Against Community: Heterodox Subjectivities in Agricultural California
Research Interests: food politics, critical race theory, environmental justice, testimonios, autonomous marxism, queer theory, postcolonial theory, epistemologies of resistance, community formation and social movements.
Fellowships, Grants, and Awards:
- Cultural Studies Research Quarter Fellowship, Fall 2015
- Hemispheric Institute on the Americas Summer Research Fellowship (2013)
- Jesse Lloyd O'Connor Scholar Davis-Putter Scholarship (2013-2014)
- John Muir Institute of the Environment White Family Graduate Student Award (2012)
- UC Davis Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies Dean's Recruitment Fellowship (2010)
- B.A., Ethnic Studies, Humboldt State University, 2008
- M.A., Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University, 2010
- "Intersecting Differences: Organizing for Social Change in Low-Income Communities." Co-authors Dr. Patricia Parker and Joaquin Sanchez. In Organizing Difference: Research, Pedagogy and Practice. Sage, 2010.