Dr. Margaret (Meg) du Bray completed her Ph.D. in sociocultural anthropology at Arizona State University in 2017.
Prior to joining the faculty at Augustana College, Dr. du Bray completed a post-doctoral research fellowship with the EPSCoR MILES program at Idaho State University. Her research focuses on the political ecology and environmental anthropology of water governance and the social relations built around resource use.
In addition, her research has examined the environmental justice implications and emotional geographies of climate change in coastal communities, ecosystem services and disservices, mental health and stigma. Dr. du Bray is a member of the HWISE network.
At Augustana, Dr. du Bray teaches ENVR 100: Ecological Dimensions of Sustainability, ENVR 401/402: Capstone Experience, FYI 101: First Year Inquiry, and upper division courses such as Disaster!, Political Ecology of the Land, and Social Change for a Sustainable World.
Specializations: Research methods
- B.A., Whitman College
- M.A., Ph.D., Arizona State University