Justin Greene

Research interests:

Noise and sound studies; ethnographic poetics and experimentation; urban anthropology; anthropology of infrastructure; Brazil; affect theory; political economy; queer theory; media studies

Bio:

Justin Greene is a PhD candidate in sociocultural anthropology interested in the affective and political-economic dynamics of noise and urban infrastructures in contemporary Brazil. He earned a BA in English and anthropology from Wesleyan University and an MFA in creative writing from Louisiana State University, where he served as the editor of New Delta Review. He is passionate about cross-genre and multi-modal approaches to crafting ethnography, and his work seeks to trouble the idea that “academic” and “creative” writing are necessarily discrete practices. He is a small press editor at Entropy, where he manages the Where to Submit list, a quarterly aggregation of submissions calls for literary journals and presses.