Past Member

David Bond

Social Science
Field of Study
Cultural Anthropology
From 9/2018 – 5/2019:

How did the environment become visible, factual, and operable? To a striking degree, the specific crisis the environment realized, the forms of responsibility it authorized, and the analytic horizons it routinized all bear the imprint of hydrocarbon afterlives. David Bond’s project describes this process and its implications for theory and people today.

Dates at IAS
  • Social Science
New School for Social Research Ph.D., 2013
University of Vermont 2017–2018 Affiliate, Gund Institute for Environment
Bennington College 2015–2018 Associate Director, Center for the Advancement of Public Action
Bennington College 2013–2018 Faculty Member, Environment