Lindsay examines conflicts around oil and gas development, particularly in the United States and Ecuador. Over the last nine years she has conducted a number of ethnographic investigations focused on debates about toxicity, liability, and human rights in relation to major oil spills. Her investigative work draws from previous experience as a multi-media correspondent out of Ecuador and from various collaborative relationships with non-profit and community-led organizations concerned with peace and justice. She has published with TeleSUR English, RealitySandwich.com, the United Nations Association, and New York University’s Journal of Global Affairs and has provided documentary post-production translation and editing support for Mangusta Productions. Prior to coming to Princeton, she worked on solar energy policy analysis for the City of Boulder and on a multi-disciplinary initiative to research the effects of hydraulic fracturing on Colorado communities at CU-Boulder’s Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences. She received a MA in anthropology with a certificate in environment, policy & society at CU-Boulder. She is currently a Lassen Fellow in Latin American Studies.