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Bruno Seraphin


Bruno Seraphin is a PhD student in Sociocultural Anthropology. His research focuses on environmental justice struggles in the U.S. northwest, social movements, the politics of environmental knowledge, and collaborative media methodologies. He is interested in Indigenous-settler relations, race, class, nature, and the politics of belonging. An additional area of inquiry is the relationship between U.S. settler colonialism and Anthropological knowledge production.

Originally from Massachusetts, Bruno is an award-winning filmmaker with a BFA in Film and Television from New York University and an MA in Folklore from the University of Oregon. His scholarship has been published in Western Folklore and the Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy.


Environmental justice; settler colonialism; American Indian and Indigenous studies; social movements; visual anthropology


  • Anthropology