Assistant Professor, Global Development
Jenny Goldstein is interested in environmental conservation and development in the tropics, intersections of data infrastructure and land governance, global food and agriculture systems, the financialization of land, and the role of scientific knowledge in climate change politics. As a 2021–22 Global Public Voices fellow, she plans to draw attention to inequality embedded in climate politics, mitigation, and adaptation measures.
A native of New York, Jenny has conducted fieldwork in Indonesia, Myanmar, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Japan, and California. Prior to graduate school, she worked at Frog’s Leap Winery in Napa Valley, Blue Hill at Stone Barns restaurant in New York, and on farms in France and Italy.