Rafi Youatt

Rafi Youatt is Assistant Professor of Politics at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College. His work explores the multiple ways that politics works across, through, and in spite of species differences. His first book, Counting Species examined the politics of global biodiversity and the changing modes of environmental governance that have worked in its name. His current book project explores the intersection of interspecies relations and international relations in American borderlands. (Some of his published work can be found HERE).

Current research collaborations at the New School include a project on Multiple Mobilties and a project with the Sacred Himalayas Initiative.

He is also part of the ICI research team.

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