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Nathan Jessee

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Nathan Jessee is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Environmental Studies program at Tulane University. His work focuses on social, cultural, and political dimensions of environmental change in coastal Louisiana. Nathan is currently writing a book based on five years of ethnographic research conducted alongside Isle de Jean Charles Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Tribal leaders, following the ways that their resettlement planning efforts were transformed by international media attention and state and federal climate policy experimentation.

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