Susannah's research interests center on the use of ethnography to explore narratives of spirituality, millenarianism, and climate change. Her PhD thesis, entitled After the American Dream: Political Economy and Spirituality in Northern Arizona, was awarded in July 2017 by the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Following on from this, she spent nine months as a Research Officer in the non-profit research group, Inform (Information Network on New Religious Movements), located in the LSE. Previously she completed a Research Masters at the Universiteit van Amsterdam in religious studies and an undergraduate degree in archaeology and anthropology at the University of Cambridge. As part of the NARMESH team, she will use ethnographic methodologies to collect and analyze personal narratives of interconnection and interdependence of humans, non-humans, and climate.