I'm Adam Johnson, an anthropologist teaching at Northwest Vista College while completing my PhD at UTSA after teaching as a lecturer at UNCC for 3 years.
My work engages with the ways in which landscapes mediate multispecies relations. I hope to work with the Cofán, an Indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Amazon and will be visiting in the summer of 2020 to develop a research plan, collaborating with local people in Zábalo.
I have also completed ethnographic research with Drag Queens in North Carolina, science studies research on the ways scientific discourse maintains racial categories and thus inequality, and primate research, studying the ways in which chimpanzees and rhesus macaques construct and make use of space.
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