Research Interests and Areas of Expertise
I am a geographer, political ecologist, and interdisciplinarian. Currently, my research program is funded through several grants. Specifically, it examines: a) commercial fisheries, fishing licenses, and Indigenous fishing rights in British Columbia; b) multilateral negotiations and agreements that have implications for coastal and small island states; and, c) opportunities and challenges at the intersection of rapid environmental and technological change.
If you are an excellent student, share one or more of these interests, and are seeking a graduate or postdoctoral supervisor, please feel free to contact me about research opportunities in the Nature.Culture.Politics research group. I am also an Associate Editor at the journal Conservation and Society. We are always looking for empirical and theoretically informed papers that explore linkages between society, environment and development, so please consider submitting your work!