An Ethnographic Inventory

Danielle (Dan) Kabella

Dan Kabella (they/them) is a postdoctoral fellow at University of California, San Francisco. In their work as a medical anthropologist, they have been researching emancipatory technoscience across different contexts of migration and substance use within intersectional spaces. Their ethnographic work attempts to make visible alternative strategies that activists use to make life better in the Mexican borderlands.  As an Opioid Industry Documents Archive (OIDA) postdoctoral fellow, they conduct research that enables scrutiny and analysis of the manifestation of place and race in the wider context of corporate and regulatory practice and are co-developing a community-driven archive where people most impacted by the opioid industry can leverage OIDA to address complex harms from the opioid epidemic.

For more information, please check: www.stsborderlands.com/danielle-kabella · @dmkabella

Inventions by Danielle (Dan) Kabella

Building a Hybrid Technologies Digital Database in the Mexican Borderlands