Erin Fitz-Henry is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies. She joined the School of Social and Political Sciences in 2011, after completing a PhD in anthropology at Princeton University and an M.Div.
at Harvard University. Her primary interests are transnational social movements, particularly those related to radical environmental politics, U.S. led-militarization and its legacies, and post-neoliberal futures. She is the author of U.S. Military Bases and Anti-Military Organizing: An Ethnography of an Air Force Base (2015). Her current research focuses on movements for the "rights" of nature in Ecuador, the United States, and New Zealand.
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Social And Political Sciences
Master of Divinity
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