My name is Daniel Tubb. I am an Anthropologist.

Since 2014, I have worked in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, Canada.

I am the author of a book called Shifting Livelihoods Gold Mining and Subsistence in the Chocó, Colombia about the impact of gold mining on communities in Colombia’s Chocó department. In addition, I co-edited Letters from the Future: How New Brunswickers Confronted Climate Change and Redefined Progress, a book of speculative non-fiction that offers a unique New Brunswick perspective on addressing climate change.

Currently, my research focuses on agrarian change and the social lives of wetlands and rivers in the Colombian Caribbean, as well as question of who owns the archives. If you’re a prospective graduate student interested in studying with me, I invite you to read my letter to students and send a brief inquiry to dtubb@unb.ca. While I’d love to hear from you, I have to admit, I’m not the best at email and social media

If you’re interested in learning more about my research and publications, feel free to explore this website with my work, and the Human Environments Workshop, which I co-direct.