Kregg Hetherington

Kregg Hetherington is associate professor in sociology and anthropology at Concordia University. He specializes in environment and infrastructure, the bureaucratic state and international development in Latin America.  His book, Guerrilla Auditors, is an ethnography of peasant land struggles in Paraguay, and of how rural thinking about property and information come into conflict with bureaucratic reform projects promoted by international experts. His current research focuses on regulation in the soybean boom in Latin America’s southern cone is transforming the relationship between states, plants, people and territory.