I live, teach, and write on unceded Algonquin land, currently Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. I’m a Professor in Carleton University’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology, where I’m cross-appointed with the Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies and the Department of Philosophy. I work in social and political theory, with a current focus on complicity and complexity as a ground for ethical and political action. I’ve recently completed five years of interviews on the history of AIDS activism in the Canadian context. I’m currently writing about the idea of white people “claiming bad kin” or “collecting our people,” what Ursula Le Guin’s work offers to our understandings of freedom and mutual aid, and craft as a practice of politics.