My latest research on the use of biosolids in the US is now available in the edited volume Thinking with Soils.
Check out my presentation for the 2020 Society for Cultural Anthropology virtual conference (#Distribute2020).
The edited volume Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon includes over 60 entries and it’s free! Check out my contribution, simply titled “Shit.”
Our zine “Infrastructural Digest” is finally done. Download a free digital copy.
Curious about the use of human waste as an agricultural fertilizer? Read our article in the open access journal Ethnobiology Letters.
Learn about how sanitation waste and plastic discards are transformed into agricultural and architectural resources on OSU’s main campus.
For the past several years, the graduate students of the Ohio State Department of Anthropology have produced A Story of … More
If you want to learn about all the fascinating things central Ohio does with its so-called “human waste,” come to … More
In the latest of issue of Edible Columbus, you can find an interview with me discussing the importance of microbial life for … More
I just published a short blog post for Ohio State’s Initiative for Food and Agricultural Transformation (InFACT), which discusses my new research … More