My primary area of research and publication centers on issues at the intersection of environmental theory and practice, including catastrophic climate change, environmental racism, and climate disobedience. In working on these problems, I engage diverse literatures within political theory and across disciplines. I also conduct research on critical race theory and on topics and thinkers in the history of political thought, which has also yielded several publications.
For a full list of my publications, including peer-reviewed articles, invited chapters, and book reviews, please click here.
I am currently completing a book manuscript entitled "Before Collapse: Climate Change as Political Catastrophe." You can read more about it here.
I am also just beginning work on a new, shorter book project, provisionally titled "Climate Colonialisms." More information about that is available here.
I also currently have four article-length projects at various stages in the production process. To protect the anonymity of the peer-review process, however, I am not including information on these here. Please contact me if you'd like to learn more.