Christine Knott, Assistant Professor
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Dr. Christine Knott is an interdisciplinary scholar with degrees in Anthropology (B.A.), Women’s Studies (B.A .and M.W.S.), and Sociology (Ph.D.). She is an incoming assistant professor in the Department of Women’s Studies at San Diego State University. She is also an Ocean Nexus Center Research Associate. Dr. Knott’s current research builds on her previous work aiming to better understand the broader social and ecological ramifications of current gendered and racialized labor processes within resource extraction and processing industries. Her research aims to investigate interactions among climate justice, resource-dependent communities, government policies, global corporate capitalism, labor mobility regimes, and animal enclosure and commodification to better understand the broader social and ecological ramifications within blue economy industries.