5. RESEARCH 


THE SOUTH, UNITED STATES
2020 - Southern Agriculture - Currently researching how land relation within the Southern United States is misinterpreted, as well as how the “natural” environment has come to be understood within the region. Working to demystify the “backwards south” through social/environmental analysis. 
    Funded by Brown University



SAPPORO, JAPAN
2019 - Hokkaido Botanical Studies - Conducted analysis of the colonial influence of American acedemia on Japanese agriculture within the Island of Hokkaido. 
    Funded by Brown University



VESCOVADO DI MURLO, ITALY

2018 - Poggio Civitate Etruscan Archeological Site - Produded archaeological illustrations of stone reliefs from a temple rectified for the mesopotamian goddess of love, sex, and motherhood, Ishtar. Further interpretations of Etruscan sexuality were produced.
    Funded by the Rhode Island School of Design Illustration department


WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES
2018 - L’Hermitage Plantation - Postfacto ethnographic study of/for descendants of the enslaved peoples from the plantation.
    Conducted for the National Park Service under Historian Dr. Dean Harris
    Funded by the National Council for Preservation of the Arts

2017 - 1968 D.C. Riots - Ethnographic study of the aftermath of the 1968 D.C. Riots following the assasination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. Specifically focused on anarchist movements and punk bands.
    Conducted for the National Park Service under Anthropologist Noel Lopez
    Funded by the National Council for Preservation of the Arts