Brianna Burke is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities and American Indian Studies in the English Department at Iowa State University. Currently she is working on two books, one called Becoming Beast: The Humanimal in Climate Justice Literatures, which explores the morphing ideology of what it means to be (considered) Animal in a world of decreasing resources, and the other on race and American Indian Studies titled Indian Summer: Growing Up in the American Indian Hobbyist Movement. She publishes on environmental and social justice, as well as on the pedagogy of both.
Truth & Reconciliation 2018/2019
Ames, IA USA