Serin D. Houston is an Assistant Professor of Geography and International Relations at Mount Holyoke College. She fell into geography while attending Dartmouth College and has been animated by a geographic perspective ever since. She received a Master of Arts in Geography from the University of Washington, Seattle and a PhD in Geography and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Women and Gender Studies from Syracuse University. Serin’s work focuses on creating a more equitable, just, and regenerative world from the interpersonal to the global scales. She grew up in northern Vermont and currently lives in western Massachusetts with her family.