Andrew Ofstehage - Postdoctoral Researcher, Development Sociology
Andrew completed his PhD in Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2018. His training engages agronomy and anthropology and his work among transnational soybean farmers in Brazil focuses on themes of work, land, and value. He is now writing and conducting new research on the social and political meanings of soy consumption in the United States and continuing ethnographic research in Brazil.
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Tyler Harlan - Postdoctoral Fellow, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future and Development Sociology
Prior to coming to Cornell, Tyler received a PhD in Geography from the University of California, Los Angeles, an MPhil in Resource Management and Geography from the University of Melbourne, and a BA in Anthropology and East Asian Studies from Vanderbilt University. Outside academia, he led policy and strategy for the Asialink Institute and developed urban renewal and regional development strategies at the Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development. Tyler is interested in the political economy and uneven socio-environmental impacts of China's green development transformation, and the implications of this transformation for other industrializing countries. His fieldwork has taken him all over China - from remote villages on the Laotian border, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing.
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