Terese Gagnon

Terese Gagnon is a PhD candidate at Syracuse University, where she is writing her dissertation in dialogue with Karen individuals from Myanmar, exploring relationships between people, plants, and sensory politics in forced migration and exile. Her writing has appeared in Ethnography, Anthropology and Humanism, Ethnobiology Letters, and other journals. Her ethnographic poetry has been recognized with a prize from the Society for Humanistic Anthropology (2013) and has been published in both literary and academic journals.
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