Kim De Wolff | Philosophy & Religion

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Kim De Wolff

Assistant Professor
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940.565.2266
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ENV 310S
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PhD., UC San Diego
Environmental philosophy; environmental justice; philosophy of science and technology; new materialism

Dr. Kim De Wolff received her in PhD in Communication and Science Studies from the University of California, San Diego. Her research connects global ecological crises to cultures of consumption and waste, taking an interdisciplinary approach to address big environmental questions about everyday life. She has an article on relationships between plastics and marine life in Body & Society, and is currently working on her book, Plastic Currents, about the "garbage patch" of waste circulating in the North Pacific Ocean.

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