Honora Spicer is a writer and educator. Her quest is to bring outdoor, experiential and academic worlds together through teaching social justice through the moving body.
She is currently researching borderlands education and developing curriculum for an expedition-based study of US-Mexico borders (geopolitical, historical, ecological) through human-powered travel.
She has led wilderness expeditions for high school and college students for Kroka Expeditions and Outward Bound, and has experience teaching poetry, history, Spanish literature, wilderness living, whitewater canoeing, and mountain biking.
She holds an MA in Environmental History from Harvard University and a BA in History and English from Oxford University.