Marylynn Steckley

Website:Global and International Studies

My work is located broadly in the field of political ecology, with a focus on development, and social inequality. I am particularly interested in processes of social differentiation, displacement, and ‘othering’ in food systems, with an emphasis on how class, race and gender intersect to influence food security.

How are you currently involved in community-campus partnerships for teaching, research or otherwise?

I teach an e-volunteering course in which students volunteer for Cuso International country offices.