A recent article I published with colleagues at Ohio State argues that to effectively tackle the so-called “wicked problems” facing humanity – from climate change to growing social inequality – a new kind of science is needed.
New research article is out in a special issue on plant-human communication in the journal Ethnos.
Curious about the use of human waste as an agricultural fertilizer? Read our article in the open access journal Ethnobiology Letters.
This project has taken several years to come together, but I’m happy to share that “The Social Network of US … More
A paper I authored with several colleagues titled “The Social Network of U.S. Academic Anthropology and Its Inequalities” was recently … More
Gordon Ulmer, Sydney Silverstein, and I just published a short article (with lots of photos!) in the latest edition of … More
Yesterday I published a new research article titled “How Religion, Race, and the Weedy Agency of Plants Shape Rural Amazonian … More
I just completed revisions on an article titled “What Happens When We Flush?” that will appear in the September edition of … More
I just published an article titled Trail Trees: Living Artifacts (Vivifacts) of Eastern North America with my colleagues Brad Painter … More
My latest research article was just published online with the journal Human Ecology. Here is the abstract: Smallholder farmers play … More