I am an environmental anthropologist with interdisciplinary training in the natural and social sciences. Currently, I am a Research-in-Action Fellow at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, Maryland, and I am affiliated with Brown University as a Visiting Scholar in Anthropology. Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in International Humanities at Brown with the Department of Anthropology, the Institute at Brown for Environment & Society, and the Cogut Center for the Humanities. As a postdoc, I designed and taught courses on topics including the anthropology of climate change and what it means to be green. My ethnographic and archival research focuses on the intersections between agriculture, environmentalism, and globalization in Latin America, including long-term work in a Costa Rican indigenous community. I received my Ph.D. in Anthropology & Environmental Studies from Yale University, and my A.B. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. I can be contacted at dana_graef [at] brown [dot] edu.