I bring the insights of feminist political ecology and the sensibilities of an ethnographer to bear on nature conservation, border security, and militarization. My work seeks to foster conversations between feminist geopolitics, critical race theory, posthumanism, political ecology, and Latin American Studies. My current project examines the environmental dimensions of United States’ border security policies in the United States-Mexico borderlands, with a specific focus on protected areas like national wildlife refuges.
SUNDBERG, J., DEMPSEY, J. and MARCHINI, F. R. 2020. Nature–Culture. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd Edition, edited by A. Kobayashi, 315-324. Oxford: Elsevier.
DURAND, L. and SUNDBERG, J. 2019 ‘Sobre la ecología política posthumanista’ Sociedad y Ambiente doi: 10.31840/sya.v0i20.1989
DAIGLE, M. and SUNDBERG, J. 2017 ‘From where we stand: unsettling geographical knowledges in the classroom’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 42(3), 338-341 https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12201