Hannah Bradley

Hannah BradleyHannah Bradley is a PhD candidate in Anthropology, interested broadly in anthropologies of knowledge production, landscape, and material history. Her current research involves multiplicities of understanding of place and natural rhythms in rural Alaska, looking at how field biologists, cowboys, and other locals embody knowledges about annual and generational changes in light, tide, and climate. Her other interests attend to the contested borders of cultural, biological, and archaeological anthropology, centering around engagements with animal bodies in natural history museum collections.  Hannah holds a B.A. in Human Biology from Scripps College