Postdoctoral Research Associate

Kate Lewis Hood was a Postdoctoral Research Associate on the Smart Forests project. Kate completed an interdisciplinary environmental humanities PhD from Queen Mary University of London, which considered how Black and Indigenous poetic and spatial practices address watery places transformed by colonialism and racial capitalism in Turtle Island/North America and the Pacific islands. Kate is interested in how colonial logics, practices, and geographies endure in watery and forest environments, and how creative methods contribute to their contestation and reimagining.

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