Katherine Fultz is an instructor in the Department of Modern Languages, Anthropology, and Geography at Southeast Missouri State University.

Her research examines how people use different legal, discursive, and representational strategies to engage in debates about transnational mining projects. She has spent a total of 26 months conducting ethnographic field work in the Western highlands and capital city of Guatemala.

Prior to her research on mining, Fultz taught visual anthropology and photography workshops in rural Maya communities in Guatemala.

Last Updated: February 15, 2019