My latest research on the use of biosolids in the US is now available in the edited volume Thinking with Soils.
The edited volume Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon includes over 60 entries and it’s free! Check out my contribution, simply titled “Shit.”
Not enough anthropologically-inspired zines in your life? We’ve got you covered.
Why assign final papers for a history of theory class when you can make zines instead?
If you want to learn about all the fascinating things central Ohio does with its so-called “human waste,” come to … More
Gordon Ulmer, Sydney Silverstein, and I just published a short article (with lots of photos!) in the latest edition of … More
On Feb. 24th, I’ll be participating in a workshop at Rutgers University that centers on “the semotics of plant-human sociality.” Becky Schulthies … More
This morning I presented a paper at the AAA meeting in Minneapolis as part of a panel I co-organized with … More
This year I am starting a new position in the Department of Anthropology at (THE!) Ohio State University. My hire … More
For the past year, I’ve been toying with the idea of writing a short book about the urban Amazon. Most … More