Political Economy, Capitalism, Finance, Semiotics, Derivatives, Evidence
Colin’s MA research focuses on the politics of belonging at a horizontally organized urban food cooperative. His broader research interests revolve around an investigation of the techniques and effects of accounting as an archival and narrative practice, including the relationships between humans and the objects of human knowledge. He is currently undertaking a project on the use of blockchain as an intersection of finance, accounting, and land stewardship in the US.
City University of New York, PhD in Cultural Anthropology
Columbia University, MA in Cultural Anthropology
Metropolitan State University of Denver, BS in Information Technology and Linguistics