Ph.D. in Anthropology, UC Berkeley
Jerome Whitington is a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University's Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, and Adjunct Professor at The New School University, Graduate Program in International Affairs. His PhD dissertation in Anthropology, from UC Berkeley, deals with changing environmental norms surrounding hydropower development in Southeast Asia, with an emphasis on transnational regulatory techniques of activists and industry managers. He recently guest edited 'Science and the Political,' a special issue of parallax, including contributing an introduction and a research essay, 'Intervention, Management, Technological Error.' His current book project is titled Ecological Politics and the Intimacy of Expertise in Lao Hydropower Development.
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