I am a geographer and scholar of ethnic and American studies. I am interested in how everyday landscapes of power and inequality are produced, and the ways in which relational, global, and historical approaches to studies of race and ethnicity challenge hierarchies of power that are often taken for granted. These concerns are interwoven with an ongoing commitment to exploring forms of popular education and critical pedagogy. In my research and public-facing work, I am committed to efforts to transform landscapes and institutions in order to create accountability to the past as well as more socially just futures.