"I am interested in conceptions of wildness and domestication in the more-than-human world. These terms have been and continue to be employed in service of colonization and other forms of oppression. I seek to unsettle this history by highlighting and challenging a series of binaries: human-animal, domestic-wild, welfare-conservation, and self-other. I believe in a radical re-envisioning of boundaries and borders, through which we may come to a more expansive and pluralistic understanding of what it means to ethically inhabit a shared world."
Yale Law School