M.S. Environmental Humanities, University of Utah
B.M. Violin Performance, Northwestern University
Hannah grew up in Madison, WI and learned to love the outdoors through many childhood camping trips to the Apostle Islands, tending backyard gardens and making art with her dad out of leaves, seeds, rocks and light. Shas an undergraduate degree in violin performance from Northwestern University and a Masters of Science in Environmental Humanities from the University of Utah. During her masters work, she studied the relationship between the human and more-than-human worlds as well as our connection to place through the lens of literature, art, history, and philosophy. She has worked throughout the Intermountain West doing botanical field work and fire ecology, served as the assistant editor at the University of Utah Press, taught violin lessons and now plays music in her free time with a local band. She looks forward to sharing her interdisciplinary humanities perspective with students and educators to help us better understand our place in this place.