Landen Longest is a graduate student and teaching assistant in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at North Carolina State University. Her research explores how communities and governments respond to cases of industrial contamination. She is currently working on projects investigating multiple North Carolina communities impacted by exposures to environmental toxics. Her primary research interests involve environmental health and illness, environmental risk, and the social control of environmental grievances.
M.S. Sociology North Carolina State University 2021
B.A. Women's and Gender Studies University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2017