Institute for a Sustainable Earth, George Mason University
Dr. Jeremy M. Campbell is a professor of anthropology and Director of Strategic Engagement at the Institute for a Sustainable Earth at George Mason University. Trained at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Campbell has conducted research on land conflicts, indigenous territoriality, and interethnic collaborations in Brazil since 2002. His 2015 book, Conjuring Property: Speculation and Environmental Futures in the Brazilian Amazon, received the James M. Blaut Award for the outstanding book in political ecology from the Association of American Geographers and an Honorable Mention Book Award from the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology.
Jeremy M. Campbell’s institutional Webpage: https://ise.gmu.edu/jeremy-m-campbell-phd/