Professor of American studies and environmental studies
Director and P.I., Blue Lab
Effron Center for the Study of America
High Meadows Environmental Institute firstname.lastname@example.org
Information For Prospective Students
I am on the faculty at Princeton University, where I hold a joint appointment in the Effron Center for the Study of American and the High Meadows Environmental Institute. This website provides information about my lab as well as my research, creative practice and collaborative work.
For prospective graduate students who are applying to a program at Princeton, I advise in the fields of environmental humanities, science and technology studies (STS) and American studies with a focus on mentoring projects that connect cultural and scientific dimensions of contemporary environmental problems (including climate change and climate justice) and/or address the role of storytelling, creative practice and imagination in addressing lived experiences of large-scale ecological and planetary problems. At present, I only rarely advise students in the field of food studies. If your interests overlap with these advising areas, you are welcome to list me in your application materials as a potential faculty mentor. For prospective postdoctoral researchers, if your research and professional interests are connected to my current scholarship or to the projects of Blue Lab, please email me with inquiries about serving as a mentor / P.I. supervisor.
For current students and postdoctoral researchers at Princeton interested in working with me or Blue Lab, you may email me to arrange a meeting. I occasionally serve as an outside member of dissertation committees and welcome inquiries from graduate students at other universities.