Assistant Professor of Sustainability Studies, Roosevelt University

I am a broadly trained human geographer with a variety of academic interests. I have taught on topics ranging from neoliberal urbanization to climate change to the cultural geographies of hip hop, and my teaching incorporates both theory and more 'practical' applied exercises. In terms of research, my areas of expertise converge around three interrelated themes:  an urban political ecology approach to the study of digital technologies and the infrastructure of the internet; an interest in green political economy and debates about sustainability; and a constructive engagement with environmental governance and policy, specifically around the role of markets in driving socio-environmental change.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Sustainability Studies, Roosevelt University

Education

  • 2013 
    University of Georgia, PhD in Geography