Welcome to the interactive schedule for the fall 2016 CoLED Conference.
Visit the conference website for conference details, or the interactive map for venue locations.
Ethnography and Design: Mutual Provocations is made possible through funding from the UC Office of the President, the Wenner-Gren Foundation, and participating units across University of California campuses.
Find us on Twitter! #CoLEDConf
avatar for Forest Haven

Forest Haven

University of California, Irvine
Ph.D. Student in Anthropology
Irvine, CA
Forest Haven is a Ts’msyen from Southeast Alaska with a lifelong interest in traditional subsistence food practices. Her academic foci intersect with settler colonial studies, anthropology of food and the senses, and Alaskan Native studies. She is specifically interested in how contemporary regulation of salmon and other subsistence food resources both articulates and obfuscates historically informed tensions between Alaskan Natives and the Alaskan state.