Ingrid Feeney

Ingrid and Moss. Possibly some tardigrades.
Graduate Student

Office Location

HSSB 2075


Environmental anthropology, feminist political ecology, degrowth, Diverse Economies research, community-based resource management strategies, hunger, critical agricultural geographies and geographies of possibility, environmental and spatial justice, Marxian theory, political economy of agrarian change, waste and value, blasted landscapes, agrochemicals and environmental toxins, more-than-human epistemologies, Latin America.


University of Chicago, M.A., Anthropology, 2014

Brooklyn College, B.A., Linguistics, 2011 (magna cum laude)


My interests, very broadly stated, are in Environmental Justice praxis and involve looking at the entangled production of capitalist value, hunger, global health inequality, and environmental despoilment. My dissertation research focuses on the socioeconomic drivers and environmental/public health effects of 'sojización' (the expansion of soya monocultures) in the Córdoba province of Argentina.