Brigid M

Office hours: Wednesday & Friday – Noon–1:00 p.m. or by appointment


Brigid Mark is a first year Ph.D. student whose research interests lie at the intersection of environmental and climate justice; gender; decolonization and Native sovereignty; whiteness, race, and privilege; movement building; scholar activism, and Indigenous and feminist research methodologies. Brigid holds a degree in Environmental Studies and Biology from the College of Saint Benedict and St. John’s University. During her time in undergrad, she engaged in activism and research around the Line 3 tar sands pipeline and plans to continue to investigate the influence of settler colonialism in shaping the pipeline approval process and outcomes. She has also conducted research at the UN Climate Conferences COP23 and COP25 around climate justice.