Marguerite L. De Loney (she/her) is a Momma to two beautiful children and a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at Stanford University. She is dedicated to the transformative potential of participatory action research in realizing alternative futures. Her research tackles the dilemma of heritage displacement and investigates how to confront dispossession through meaningful collaborating with local communities. Marguerite has also conducted research for the Stanford Arboretum Chinese Labor Quarters Project and the Stanford Integrated Science and Language Project. Marguerite aims to challenge institutional forms of knowledge production that privilege academic knowledge over local ways of knowing. Her intellectual interests broadly include relations of power, alternative knowledge production, decolonial praxis, and research justice.