Ethan Miller

Land in Common
Wabanaki homelands ("Maine, USA")

Other Affiliations


PhD, social and political thought (Institute for Culture & Society, Western Sydney University), 2015
MS, geography (UMass Amherst), 2011
BA, environmental studies (Bates College), 2000

Research Interests

Ethan’s research and writing focuses on challenging problematic distinctions between “economy,” “society” and “environment,” and on developing cross-cutting and integrative conceptual tools to strengthen solidarity economy and other postcapitalist organizing efforts. In addition to academic work (and feeding it), he has worked for the past 20 years with an array of organizing and popular education projects including Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO), the Data Commons Cooperative, the Wild Mountain Cooperative (formerly JED Collective) farm and homestead, and the Land in Common community land trust.

Curriculum vitae