Lindsey Dillon is a postdoctoral fellow at UC Davis, in the American Studies Program. Her work focuses on environmental justice, urban ecologies, and histories of race and racism in U.S. cities. She received her Ph.D. in Geography from UC Berkeley in 2014. In addition to writing a book manuscript on environmental inequalities and race in San Francisco, her other research projects include chemical biomonitoring technologies and a collaborative project on “critical sustainabilities”. She also serves on the board of the California Studies Association and teaches at San Quentin Prison. In 2016 she will begin as Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Santa Cruz.