Adam Dunstan

Adam Dunstan is an environmental scientist turned anthropologist of religion, and his research interests reflect this interdisciplinary background, focusing on sacred space, the social construction of nature, and the discursive practices of environmental activists in border towns. His fieldwork has occurred primarily in the context of a struggle over the tourist development of a Diné (Navajo) sacred mountain: however, he has also done fieldwork with Christian religious communities.

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