Andrew Moon 

Andrew is a Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology at The New School. His research focuses on the anthropology of value and social studies of science, technology, and finance. Currently, he’s working on a dissertation that examines the application of earth and actuarial science in reinsurance and intermediary risk transfer value chains across Singapore and Indonesia. His research has received support from the Social Science Research Council’s IDRF program, The Wenner-Gren Foundation, and The New School’s Prize & GIDEST fellowships.



Accepted paper on earth science and financial services. Society for Social Studies of Science Annual. Prauge, August 2020.

Co-authored article on private equity and risk with Janet Roitman. Public Seminar, July 2020.

Doctoral Fellow at the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography, & Social Thought Fellowship, 2020-21. 

Convened a workshop on social and earth science field methods. Asian School of Environment, NTU. Singapore, June 2020.