CST PhD Student
- Cultural Studies Graduate Group
They are a queer disabled activist and student who explores the intersection of food sovereignty, food justice, Critical Disability Studies, and crip futurity. Their work aims to build a nuanced understanding of Queer/Crip theory, food justice movements, the cultural, psychological, and emotional connections we form with food, and construct sustainable food justice platforms for disabled people. They integrate decoloniality, anti-capitalism, theories of care, anarcho-mutual aid traditions, and spiritual wellness to understand systems of oppression that limit access to food justice systems and traditional, cultural, natural, and/or unprocessed foods for disabled bodyminds.