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Christina Crespo

UGA Arch
PhD Candidate
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Institute for Women’s Studies

I am a PhD candidate in Integrative Conservation and Anthropology and am completing a Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies. My research explores how scientists strategically transform scientific practice towards more equitable processes. In particular, I am interested in how practicing feminist science shapes how knowledge is produced and how scientists are made. I am a member of the Civic Laboratory for Environmental Research (CLEAR) and co-founder of the Gender, the Body, and Fieldwork Across Disciplines Symposium with Sammantha Holder. 

Of note:

2021 Excellence in Teaching Award

2019-2020 Future Faculty Fellow, University of Georgia

2018-2019 Lamar Dodd School of Art Interdisciplinary Fellow, University of Georgia

2017-2018 Diversity and Inclusion Graduate Fellow, University of Georgia

Education:

MSSc Environment and Heritage, James Cook University, Cairns, Australia 2015

BA Anthropology, University of North Florida 2013

BS Biology, University of North Florida 2011

Research Areas:
Research Interests:

Science and Technology Studies; Feminist Theory and Methodologies;  Interdisciplinary Collaboration

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