ELLY ANNE EVANS
A student of geography, cartography and the environment, I am interested in our human relationship with the natural world. My work takes a feminist and postcolonial approach, drawing from political ecology and science and technology studies to critically analyze how knowledge has been produced over time, and how those knowledge systems inform the ways in which we think about the intersection of nature, humans, and technology in the present.
I grew up in the lush, humid fields and forests of Southern Wisconsin and currently reside in the arid foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado. When not reading, writing, studying, or making maps, you'll usually find me hiking or mountain biking one of the many trails near my home, baking pies in my tiny kitchen, or gazing lovingly at my cats and dog.
Thank you for being here!