PhD candidate at HU-Berlin/USAL BsAs, researching how student-teacher-more-than-human settings are re-inventing human-environment relations in the Anthropocene. Her research interests include feminist science and technology studies, multispecies ethnography, and politics of care. As a freelancer, she gives workshops on environmental education. Before coming back to academia, she worked in the agroforestry project Sapucaia in the Northeast of Brazil, where she was inspired to write an illustrated book. She studied Asia/Africa Regional Studies (B.A.) and European Ethnology (M.A.) in Berlin and Semarang, Indonesia.