Dr. Catherine Corson is the Miller Worley Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, and the former Leslie and Sarah Miller Director of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment at Mount Holyoke College. As a political ecologist, she uses ethnography to explore questions of power, knowledge, and justice in case studies from rural villages to international policy arenas. Her research has explored the rise of market-based environmentalism, popular resistance to it, and associated shifts in environmental governance, and her current research focuses on technology and finance in conservation. Prior to receiving her PhD from the University of California at Berkeley, Corson spent a decade as an environment and development policy analyst. Her academic training, in biology, development studies, and environmental economics, as well as political ecology, underpins an interest in interdisciplinary teaching and research.