Chris Dunn is a Ph.D. student in the Environmental Studies Program. He is interested in working across disciplines, including philosophy, anthropology, and indigenous studies, to address the role that science and technology play in forming our relations with the natural and social worlds and how this may affect land management policy.
He completed his MA in philosophy from the University of Montana in 2009 focusing his thesis on conceptions, and the surrounding societal context, of wilderness and wildness. He worked for the National Park Service from 2010 until 2015. Originally from Georgia, Chris has called the West and far Northwest home for over 10 years.