ABOUT

I am an assistant professor of Geography at the University of California, Berkeley. The postcolonial formulary of the Caribbean and its Diaspora are core to my work. For that reason, my research focuses on the experiences and articulations of everyday individual subjectivity, the circumstances of state economic underdevelopment, and racial ethical notions produced by the comprehensive condition of impoverishment. This work has looked at the questions of suffering as economic ontology, postcolonial repair and novel terms of reparation, and currently the alternatives to geographic imaginaries of freedom.

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