Lyndsey Nuebel is currently a master’s student at the New School for Social Research in the Anthropology Department. Her research interests are centered around transnational spaces, and how bodies, objects, and ideas are translated through their movements and circulations. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology from the University of New Orleans. Her previous work includes assisting the Wayuu people of northern Colombia in the fight for their right to their ancestral lands. She has also conducted extensive archaeological excavations across the United States and in Austria, including an excavation of a World War II Tuskegee airman.