Nancy Ettlinger is a Professor of Geography. As a critical human geographer, Dr. Ettlinger's research asks: how can critiques of our social, political, economic, and cultural environment offer insights into how to produce change? How are people governed and enrolled in a wide range of societal projects (e.g. neoliberalism, segregation, democracy), and what are the prospects for resistance? What is the relation between subjectivity and change? Underscoring these questions is a concern for the relation between individuals and larger-scale phenomena (firms, institutions, societal projects) and an interconnected view of social, political, economic, and cultural processes.
Her recent publications include “Precarity at the nexus of governmentality and sovereignty: entangled fields of power and political subjectivity”, In Precarity and the International, ed. R. Vij, Palgrave (forthcoming); “Open innovation and its discontents”, Geoforum, (2017); “The governance of crowdsourcing: rationalities of the new exploitation”, Environment and Planning (2016); “Post/neo/liberalism in relational perspective”, Political Geography (2015).