You can watch me speak about environmental justice at the Hunters Point Shipyard at a symposium titled Producing Waste, Producing Space, which was held at the Princeton School of Architecture last March. Here is the video - I begin speaking 22:40 minutes into the session, but don't miss the great talk on wastelands by Vittoria Di Palma at the beginning!
At the recent Society for Social Studies of Science conference I participated in an interesting discussion on taking a science and technology studies framework "underground," in my case, looking at toxic waste extraction and the socioecological relations of remediation. You can read about that here.
I try and design courses to encourage students to think critically about themselves as social actors, and the ways their own biographies link up with course content and themes.
I like to include a diversity of texts and media in my syllabi, blending disciplinary approaches from the social sciences and the humanities to examine complex political problems.