Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law & Society and Anthropology
Ph.D. University of Chicago
J.D. University of California, Hastings College of the Law
2303 Social Ecology II
Criminology, Law and Society
Anthropology of law and legal institutions; nation, state, and region formation; sovereignty; property and disaster recovery; socialism and late-socialism; postcolonial studies; Caribbean (esp. Cuba and the Anglophone Caribbean)
2020: An Interactive Timeline: Recovery from Hurricane Irma and the Fate of Property in Barbuda (2017-2020) with Jordan Grasso, PhD student.
2020: Law, Language, and a Nonsovereign Caribbean. American Anthropologist (early view)
2018: Fashioning the Legal Subject: Popular Justice and Courtroom Attire in the Caribbean. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 41(S1):69-84.
2018: “Yes, [we bow,] but not a deep bow:” Qualia and the Thinkability of Caribbean Jurisprudence. Law, Culture, and the Humanities (Online First) https://doi.org/10.1177/1743872118788058
2016: Time and Transcendence: Narrating Higher Authority at the Caribbean Court of Justice. Law & Society Review 50(3): 674-702.
2009: Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law. Co-edited with Robert L. Nelson and James J. Heckman. Routledge.