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CHLOE AHMANN

ANTHROPOLOGIST

 

about

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Cornell. My current work is set in Baltimore, and considers what efforts to think and enact environmental futures look like from the sedimented space of late industrialism. I am also beginning work on ecofascist sentiments in the United States, and the dark utopian visions that sustain them. This website includes links to my recent writing as well as background on my research and teaching.

 

For the latest, see: "Breathing Late Industrialism," a thematic collection I co-edited for Engaging Science, Technology, and Society with Alison Kenner, and "Unbelonging: The Politics of Address," recently out with Anthropological Theory Commons. An open-access version of "Waste to Energy: Imagining Renewal in Late Industrial Baltimore," originally published in American Ethnologist, is also now available in the 2021 issue of Déjà Lu.

 
 
 

contact

chloeahmann [at] cornell [dot] edu

208 McGraw Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853