B.A. Honours., Sociology, Dalhousie University, 2017
Motivated by a desire to understand how we might achieve an equitable and habitable future, my research agenda critically examines the cultural, political, and geographic processes that shape social responses to climate change, and how those responses intersect with political action and polarization. In that, I am also interested in climate justice, both as a normative theory and as a social movement, and how claims of climate (in)justice are met at the community and state level.
University of British Columbia
SOCI 102: Inequality and Social Change