Fionna Fahey

Fionna Fahey is a Ph.D. student of Anthropology at Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana, United States). Her work uses critical feminist and science and technology studies lenses to study seeds, intergenerational health, and social justice.

1 article contributed

Book Review: Janelle Lamoreaux’s Infertile Environments

Book Review: Janelle Lamoreaux’s Infertile Environments


Infertile Environments: Epigenetic Toxicology and the Reproductive Health of Chinese Men, by Janelle Lamoreaux (Duke University Press, 2023). The World Health Organization recently called to center women, pregnant people, and children in addressing climate change (WHO 2023). The report emphasizes potential long-term and intergenerational effects of climate related exposures, such as extreme temperatures, displacement, and […]