Shanna Farrell holds an MA in Oral History from Columbia University, where she focused on environmental justice issues in communities impacted by water pollution. Her work has included a community history of the Hudson River, examining the local politics of “Superfunding” the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, New York, and a landscape study of a changing neighborhood in South Brooklyn. She is currently continuing her work on hydraulic fracturing. In addition to her MA from Columbia, she holds an Interdisciplinary MA from New York University and a BA from Northeastern University.
- Case Study: Hydraulic Fracturing: An Oral History, Shanna Farrell, Anna Levy, Krissten La Follette, and Sophie Cooper