Jake W. Dean is pursuing a M.A. in Latin American Studies with concentrations in Anthropology and Politics & Environment at the University of Arizona's Center for Latin American Studies. He researches the political ecology of ecotourism and critiques of conservation-as-development in Baja California through the methodological lens of multi-species ethnography. He is also a freelance environmental journalist who has published in Slate Magazine, <i>El Universal</i>, and the Tucson Weekly.
Dean, J. W.,
(2022) “Book review of Norgaard, Kari Marie. 2019. Salmon and acorns feed our people: colonialism, nature and social action”,
Journal of Political Ecology 29(1).