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Dana Graef is a Research-in-Action Fellow at SESYNC. She supports various research and programming initiatives at the Center, including developing and leading the Center’s infrastructure theme; leading an interdisciplinary Foundation on the topic of unimplemented development; and facilitating the 2019-2020 Immersion Program. Her research background is focused on intersections between agriculture and environmentalism in Latin America. She holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology & Environmental Studies from Yale University, and an A.B. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. She has written essays and articles on topics including mining, wildness, and the anthropology of climate change.
|Journal Article: The Value of Facilitation in Interdisciplinary Socio-Environmental Team Research||
May 04, 2021
The Value of Facilitation in Interdisciplinary Socio-Environmental Team Research
This journal article published in Socio-Ecological Practice Research proposes that the use of facilitation as a research method can improve the collaborative synthesis of interdisciplinary teams’ socio-environmental work.