Timothy K Choy
- Ph.D., Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz, 2003
- M.A., Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz, 1997
- B.A., Linguistics, Stanford University, 1994
- B.S., Earth Systems, Stanford University, 1993
Ecological discourses and practices; atmospheres; human-nonhuman relations; scale, specificity, exemplarity; Hong Kong & U.S.
- Choy, T. K. (2011) Ecologies of Comparison. Durham: Duke University Press
- Choy, T. K. (2012) Air's substantiations. In Kaushik Sunder Rajan (ed.), Lively Capital. Duke University Press
- Choy, T. K. (2009) Mycorrhizal relations: A mushroom manifesto. Mogu Mogu (pen name for Timothy Choy and Shiho Satsuka) In Timothy Choy, Lieba Faier, Michael Hathaway, Miyako Inoue, and Anna Tsing, A new form of collaboration in cultural anthropology: Matsutake worlds. American Ethnologist, 36:2. p.380-403.
- Choy, T. K. (2005) Articulated knowledges: Environmental forms after universality's demise. American Anthropologist. 2005. 107(1) pp 5-18.
- Rachel Carson Prize of the Society for Social Studies of Science; Honorable Mention, 2013
- Gregory Bateson Prize, presented by the Society for Cultural Anthropology, 2012
- Clarke Fellow in East Asian Law and Culture, Cornell Law School, 2006-2007