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Paul Robbins

Director, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin
550 North Park Street, 122 Science Hall, Madison, WI 53706-1491

Education

Clark University
Ph.D., Geography
1996

Clark University
M.A., Geography
1994

University of Wisconsin
B.A., Anthropology
1989

Grants and Fellowships

2011

National Science Foundation (#7153185): "Producing wildlife: Biodiversity conservation in dynamic commodity landscapes" with Krithi Karanth (Centre for Wildlife Studies, India), $264,923. Collaborative research investigation with University of Illinois project (NSF #1153944), Ashwini Chhatre.

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (#1201876). "Institutions, Development, and the Politics of Locust Control in West Africa", with Claude Peloquin, $12,000.

2010

University of Arizona, Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Grants for Faculty, "Parallel Play: Interdisciplinary Responses to a Dry River Bed". Scientific consultant.

2009

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (#0957538), Science, Technology and Society Program, "Making Space for Mexican Wolves: Technology, Knowledge, and Conservation Politics," with Paula Decker, $12,000

NSF/USDA: The Urban Long-Term Research Areas: Exploratory Research (#0948334), "Ecological Hazards in Southwestern Metropolises: The Case of Mosquito Disease Vectors," Principal Investigator, $299,000.

2008

Indo-US Science Foundation. Workshop: "Geospatial Technology, Wildlife Conservation, and Community," Principal Investigator, ~$50,000.

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement, Geography and Regional Science and the Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE), (#0802738): "The Nature of Medicine: Colonial Regulation, Nature, and Medicine in South Africa" with Kristina M. Bishop, $12,000

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement, Geography and Regional Science, (#0802739): "From Nations to Networks: Global Climate Change and Local Climate Governance in the U.S." with Jennifer L. Rice, $12,000

2007

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement, Geography and Regional Science, (#0728313): "Agro-Ecosystems and the Politics of Commodity Reregulation in Veracruz's Coffee Lands" with Heidi Hauserman, $12,000

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement, Geography and Regional Science, (#0727296): "Greywater and the Grid: Informal Water Use in Tijuana" with Katharine Meehan, $12,000.

2006

National Science Foundation (#0624141) "SBE Collaborative Research: AOC Social Complexity and the Management of the Commons" Principal Investigator, $151,786

National Science Foundation (#0617953) "Geographies of Insects and Institutions: Mosquito Governance in the US Southwest," Principal Investigator with A. Comrie, J. P, Jones III, and E. Willott, $100,000

2005 - 2006

Undergraduate NASA Space Grant Research Internship supporting undergraduate research on "Insects and Institutions: How Do Bureaucracies Adapt to Emerging Environmental Problems?" 20 hr/wk Undergraduate Stipend.

2005

University of Arizona, College of Social and Behavior Sciences, CASA Graduate Assistance Award, "Amenity Water Demand, Use, and Management: The Problem of Pools," 0.25 Graduate Student FTE.

2004

United States Forest Service. "Assessing Rates of Participation in Nontimber Forest Product Harvesting in Northern New England." Principal Investigator $10,000

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (#0402498): "Exurban Land Use Change, Watershed Management, and Surface Water Quality" with Philip Hisnay. $7,500

National Science Foundation (#0351037), "Land-Use Politics, Disturbance, and Biodiversity in the Indian Aravalli" Principal Investigator with Thomas Waite and Kendra McSweeney $199,000

2003

Lake Erie Protection Fund Grant from the Ohio Lake Erie Commission. Paul Robbins and Philip Hisnay. "Exurban Land Use Change, Watershed Management, and Surface Water Quality in Ohio's Lake Erie Watershed," $7,170

Ohio State University Mershon Center. Co-organizer. "Conference on Adaptive Management and Global Climate Change." With Joseph Arvai, Tomas Koontz, Alexander Thompson, and Brent Sohngen. $10,185

2002

National Science Foundation, Biocomplexity Program. Co-investigator. "Complexity Across Boundaries - Coupled Human and Natural Systems in the Yellowstone Northern Elk Winter Range." Principal Investigators Dave McGinnis and David Bennett. Research travel and expenses.

2001

Ohio State University, Office of International Affairs Faculty Research Travel Grant. $1,800

2000

National Science Foundation (#0095993). "Assessing and Explaining Consumer Landscape Practices: Towards an Ecology of the City." $135,000.

Ohio State University, Center for Survey Research and College of Social and Behavioral Sciences: "Chemical Application, Perception and Behavior: Towards an Understanding of Urban and Suburban Pollution." $5,000.

Ohio State University, Environmental Policy Initiative: "Understanding Lawn Chemical Application, Perception, and Behavior: Towards Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Policy." $21,500.

1999

Ohio State University, Office of Research: "Land-Cover Change in Arid India: Building Baselines for Explanation" $17,311.

1998

American Institute of Indian Studies. Senior Research Fellowship for field research project: "Exploring Environmental Knowledge in Arid India." All travel and expenses: four months.

1994

Fulbright Fellowship, U.S. Educational Foundation in India for field research in India. All travel and expenses: thirteen months.

National Science Foundation, Dissertation Improvement Grant. "Institutional and Environmental Change in Rajasthan, India." $10,000.

Honors, Awards, and Fellows

2014

The Robert McC. Netting Award from the Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers in recognition of distinguished research and professional activities

2012 - Present

Senior Fellow, The Breakthrough Institute, Oakland California

2009

The James M. Blaut Innovative Publication Award from the Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers for publication of the book: Lawn People: How grasses, weeds and chemicals make us who we are.

2004

Nominee for the Outstanding Teaching Award for the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Ohio State University, Committee of the Arts & Sciences Student Council.

2003

Ohio State University Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching

Nominated for the Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellowship - University of Texas at Austin, 2004-2005.

2000

Finalist for the Outstanding Teaching Award for the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Ohio State University, Committee of the Arts & Sciences Student Council.

1997

Young Research Worker Award, Royal Geographical Society for Institute of British Geographers Conference, Exeter UK.

Teaching

2012 to Present

Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Unviersity of Wisconsin-Madison

2005 - 2012

School of Geography and Development, University of Arizona

1998 - 2004

Department of Geography, Ohio State University, Columbus

1996 - 1998

Department of Geography, University of Iowa, Iowa City

1995 - 1996

Department of Social Sciences, Eastern Connecticut State University

1995

Anna Maria College, Worcester, MA

1992 - 1993

IDRISI Project and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research

Publications

Monographs

Robbins, P. 2012. Political Ecology, Second Edition. Oxford: Blackwell. (First edition, 2004; Korean Edition, 2008; Japanese edition, currently in translation; Spanish edition under translation).

Robbins, P. 2007. Lawn People: How grasses, weeds and chemicals make us who we are. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Textbooks and Video Courses

Robbins, P. 2015 (in progress). The Great Courses: Understanding Cultural and Human Geography. Great Courses®, Washington, D.C.

Robbins, P., J. Hintz, and S. Moore. 2014. Second Edition, Environment & Society: A Critical Introduction. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. (First edition, 2010; Arabic edition under translation).

Marston, S., P. Knox, D. Liverman, V. Del Casino, and P. Robbins. 2013. World Regions in a Global Context: People, Places, and Environments. Fifth Edition. New York: Prentice Hall. (also Fourth Edition 2010)

Edited Volumes

Peet, R., P. Robbins, and M. Watts (eds.). 2011. Global Political Ecology. New York: Blackwell.

Robbins, P (Series General Editor). 2010. Green Series: Toward a Sustainable Environment, 12 Volumes, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Robbins, P. (ed.). 2007. The Encyclopedia of Environment and Society. Thousand Oaks (CA): Sage Publications.

Heynen, N., J. McCarthy, S. Prudham, and P. Robbins (eds.). 2007. Neoliberal Environments: False promises and unnatural consequences. New York: Routledge.

Publications in Refereed Journals

Robbins, P. 2015 (forthcoming). "Eroding Cultures and Environments: What a rapidly changing Earth means for the richness of human experience" Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.

Noel Castree, William M. Adams, John Barry, Daniel Brockington, Bram Büscher, Esteve Corbera, David Demeritt, Rosaleen Duffy, Ulrike Felt, Katja Neves, Peter Newell, Luigi Pellizzoni, Kate Rigby, Paul Robbins, Libby Robin, Deborah Bird Rose, Andrew Ross, David Schlosberg, Sverker Sörlin, Paige West, Mark Whitehead & Brian Wynne. 2014. "Changing the Intellectual Climate" Nature Climate Change. 4: 763-768.

Ogden, L., N. Heynen, U. Oslender, P. West, K. Kassam, P. Robbins. 2013. "Global assemblages, resilience, and Earth Stewardship in the Anthropocene" Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. 11(7): 341-347.

Robbins, P. and S. Moore. 2013. "Ecological Anxiety Disorder: Diagnosing the Politics of the Anthropocene" Cultural Geographies. 20(1): 3-19.

Scott, C. P. Robbins, and A. Comrie. 2012. "The mutual conditioning of humans and pathogens: Implications for integrative geographical scholarship" Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 102(5): 977-985.

Blaine, Thomas W., Susan Clayton, Paul Robbins, and Parwinder S. Grewal. 2012. "Homeowner Attitudes and Practices towards Residential Landscape Management" Environmental Management. 50(2): 257-271.

Robbins, P., S. Martin, and S. Gilbertz. 2012. "Developing the Commons: The contradictions of growth in exurban Montana" Professional Geographer. 64(3): 317-331

Robbins, P. 2011. "Asking Even More from Grand Geographic Strategy", part of a focus section on Understanding the Changing Planet: Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences. The Professional Geographer. 63(3):310-313

I. Shaw, P. Robbins and J. P. Jones. 2010 "A Bug's Life and the Spatial Ontologies of Mosquito Management" Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(2): 373 - 392.

Pretty, Jules, Bill Adams, Fikret Berkes, Simone Ferreira de Athayde, Nigel Dudley, Eugene Hunn, Luisa Maffi, Kay Milton, David Rapport, Paul Robbins, Colin Samson, Eleanor Sterling, Sue Stolton, Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Anna Tsing, Erin Vintinner and Sarah Pilgrim. 2009. "The Intersections of Biological Diversity and Cultural Diversity: Towards Integration," Conservation and Society. 7(2):100-112.

Robbins, P., K. Meehan, H. Gosnell, and S. Gilbertz. 2009. "Writing the New West: A Critical Review". Rural Sociology. 74(3): 356-382

Waite, T. A., Corey, S. J., Campbell, L. G., Chhangani, A., Rice, J., Robbins, P. 2009. "Satellite sleuthing: Does remotely sensed land-cover change signal ecological degradation in a protected area?" Diversity & Distributions. 15(2): 299 - 309.

Robbins, P., K. McSweeney, A. K. Chhangani, J. L Rice 2009. "Conservation as it is: Illicit resource use in a wildlife reserve in India," Human Ecology. 37(5): 559.

Chhangani, A, P. Robbins, and S.M. Mohnot. 2008. "Crop Raiding and Livestock Predation at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan India." Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 13(5): 305 - 316.

Robbins, P., M. Emery, and J. Rice. 2008. "Gathering in Thoreau's Backyard: Non-timber forest product harvesting as practice" Area. 40(2): 265-277.

Turner, B. L., and P. Robbins. 2008. Land-Change Science and Political Ecology: Similarities, Differences, and Implications for Sustainability Science. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 33 (1):295-316.

Robbins, P. and K. M. Bishop. 2008. "There and back again: epiphany, disillusionment, rediscovery in political ecology" for special issue of Geoforum on "Piers Blaikie's Life Work: Political Ecology-Past, Present, and Future". 39(2): 747-755.

Chhangani, A. and P. Robbins. 2008. "Population and feeding ecology of Blue Bull Boselaphus Tragocamelus in and around Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary (KWS), Rajasthan, India" Annals of Forestry 16(1): 152-164.

Robbins, P., R. Farnsworth., and J.P. Jones III. 2008. "Insects and Institutions: How do bureaucracies adapt to emerging environmental problems?" Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. 10(1): 95-112.

Chhangani, A. K., P. Robbins and S.M. Mohnot. 2007. "Status of raptors with special reference to vultures in and around Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary" Tigerpaper, 34(3): 16-21.

Robbins, P., A. Chhangani, J. Rice, E. Trigosa, and S.M. Mohnot. 2007. "Enforcement Authority and Vegetation Change at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Reserve, Rajasthan India" Environmental Management. 40(3):365-378.

Waite, T.A., L.G. Campbell, A.K. Chhangani, P. Robbins. 2007. "La Niña's signature: synchronous decline of the mammal community in a 'protected' area in India" Diversity and Distributions. 13(6): 752-760.

Robbins, P. and H. Heikkinen. 2006. "New Applications of Political Ecology for the Northern Context" Nordia Yearbook. 35(2): 3-7.

J. Arvai, G. Bridge, N. Dolsak, R. Franzese, T. Koontz, A. Luginbuhl, P. Robbins, K. Richards, K. Smith Korfmacher, B. Sohngen, J. Tansey and A. Thompson. 2006. "Adaptive Management of the Global Climate Problem: Bridging the Gap Between Climate Research and Climate Policy" Climatic Change, 78(1): 217-225.

Robbins, P. 2006. "The Politics of Barstool Biology: Environmental Knowledge and Power in Greater Northern Yellowstone" Geoforum. 37: 185-199.

Robbins, P., K. McSweeney, T. Waite, and J. Rice. 2006. "Even conservation rules are made to be broken: implications for biodiversity" Environmental Management. 37 (2): 162-169.

Robbins, P. and A. Luginbuhl 2005. "The Last Enclosure: Resisting Privatization of Wildlife in the Western United States," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism. 16(1): 45-61.

Robbins, P. 2004. "Comparing Invasive Networks: The Cultural and Political Biographies of Species Invasion" Geographical Review. 94(2):139-156.

Robbins, P. 2004 "Pastoralists inside-out : the contradictory conceptual geography of Rajasthan's Raika." Nomadic Peoples. 8(2): 136-149.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp. 2003. "The Lawn Chemical Economy and Its Discontents" Antipode. 35(5):955-979.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp 2003. "Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn." Economic Geography 79(4): 425-451.

Robbins, P. 2003. "Beyond Ground Truth: GIS and the Environmental Knowledge of Herders, Professional Foresters, and other Traditional Communities " special issue of Human Ecology 31(1): 233-253 on GIS in Cultural and Political Ecology.

Robbins, P. and T. Birkenholtz 2003. "Turfgrass Revolution: Measuring the Expansion of the American Lawn," Land Use Policy. 20(2): 181-194.

Robbins, P. and A. Fraser 2003. "A Forest of Contradictions: Producing the Landscapes of the Scottish Highlands" Antipode. 35(1): 95-118.

Robbins, P. 2002. "Obstacles to a First World Political Ecology? Looking Near without Looking Up." Environment and Planning A 34(8): 1509-1513

Robbins, P. A. Polderman and T. Birkenholtz 2001. "Lawns and Toxins: an Ecology of the City" with for Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning. 18(6): 369-380.

Robbins, P. 2001. "Tracking Invasive Land Covers in India or Why Our Landscapes Have Never Been Modern." Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 91(4): 637-654.

Robbins, P. 2001. "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: The Causes and Consequences of Land Cover Categorization" Environment and Planning A. 33(1): 161-179.

Robbins, P. and T. Maddock. 2000. "Interrogating Land Cover Categories: Metaphor and Method in Remote Sensing," Cartography and Geographic Information Science. 27(4): 295-309.

Robbins, P. and R. Kreuger. 2000. "Beyond Bias? The Promise and Limits of Q Method in Human Geography" The Professional Geographer. 52(4): 636-648.

Robbins, P. 2000. "The Practical Politics of Knowing: State Environmental Knowledge & Local Political Economy" Economic Geography. 76(2): 126-144.

Robbins, P. 2000. "The Rotten Institution: Corruption in Natural Resource Management" Political Geography. 19(4): 423-443.

Robbins, P and J. Moritz. 1999. "Resourceful People and People's Resources: Teaching the Cultural Ecology of South Asia" Education about Asia. 4(2):12-16.

Robbins, P. 1999. "Meat Matters: Cultural Politics along the Commodity Chain in India" Ecumene. 6(4): 399-423.

Robbins, P. 1998. "Paper Forests: Imagining and Deploying Exogenous Ecologies in Arid India," Geoforum. 29(1): 69-89.

Robbins, P. 1998. "Authority & Environment: Institutional Landscapes in Rajasthan, India" The Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 88(3): 410-435.

Robbins, P. 1998. "Nomadization in Rajasthan, India: Migration, Institutions, and Economy," Human Ecology. 26(1): 87-112.

Robbins, P. 1998. "Population and Pedagogy: The Geography Classroom after Malthus" Journal of Geography. 97(6): 241-252.

Editor Reviewed Journal Articles

Robbins, P. 2015, forthcoming. "Classics in Human Geography: Between Land and Water: Nietschmann and the Diverse Economies of the Miskito" Progress in Human Geography.

Robbins, P. 2014. "Cries along the chain of accumulation" Geoforum. 54: 233-235.

Robbins, P. 2012. "Corporate Partners Can be Bad News: A response to Kareiva, Lalasz, and Marvier's 'Conservation in the Anthropocene'" Breakthrough Journal, Volume 2, April, 2012.

Robbins, P. and M. D. Robbins. 2011. "Is geographic education the next financial bubble?" Geoforum. 42 (2): 127-128.

Robbins, P. N. Jan, S. Moore, A. J. Secor , and J. Wainwright. 2010. "Reading Joel Wainwright's Decolonizing Development," Political Geography. 29(6): 343-351.

Robbins, P. and H. Heikkinen. 2007. "Political Ecology: A context-sensitive approach to engage complex human-environment relationships. Northern Anthropology. Volume 4.

Robbins P. and J. L. Rice. 2007. "Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear: Reflections on Seeing the State (S. Corbridge, G. Williams, M. Srivastava, and R. Veron)" Geoforum. 38(4): 608-610.

A. Thompson, P. Robbins, B. Sohngen, J. Arvai and T. Koontz. 2006. "Economy, Politics and Institutions: From Adaptation to Adaptive Management in Climate Change" Climatic Change. 78(1):1-5.

Robbins, P. 2005. "Culture and Politics of Invasive Species" Geographical Review. 94(2):139-156.

Heynan, N. and P. Robbins. 2005. "The neoliberalization of nature: Governance, privatization, enclosure and valuation", for special issue edited by Paul Robbins and Nik Heynen. Capitalism Nature Socialism 16(1): 5-8.

Robbins, P. 2004. "Nomadism Now: Cultural Survival in a Changing Desert Environment" for Annals of the Arid Zone. 43(1): 1-19.

Robbins, P. 2003. "Networks and Knowledge Systems: an Alternative to 'Race or Place'?" for forum on Jared Diamond's Guns, Germs, and Steel" Antipode. 35(4): 818-822.

Robbins, P. 2003. "Political Ecology in Political Geography" Political Geography. 22(6): 641-645.

Book Chapters and Contributions

Robbins, P and S. Moore. 2015 (forthcoming) "Nature's diverse economies: The postcapitalism of cultural and political ecology" in Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies, Edited by Gerda Roelvink, Kevin St. Martin and J.K. Gibson-Graham. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Robbins, P. and Anil K Chhangani 2015 (forthcoming) "Adaptive Management of India's Wildlife Sanctuaries" in Spatial Diversity and Dynamics in Resources and Urban Development (Vol-I/ Regional Resources). Edited by A.K. Dutt, A.G. Noble, F.J. Costa, S.K. Thakur, R.R. Thakur, and H.S. Sharma.

Robbins, P. 2014. "No Going Back: The Political Ethics of Ecological Novelty" in Traditional Wisdom and Modern Knowledge for Earth's Future. Edited by K. Okamoto and Y. Ishikawa. Pages 103-118.

Chhangani, A.K. and P. Robbins. 2013. "Threats to the Faunal Diversity of the Aravalli Hills with Special Reference to Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary" in Faunal Heritage of Rajasthan (India); Ecology and Conservation of Vertebrates. Edited by Dr. BK Sharma. Springer.

Robbins, P. 2013. "Choosing Metaphors for the Anthropocene: Cultural and political ecologies" A Companion to Cultural Geography Edited by Richard Schein. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Robbins, P. 2012. "Qu'est-ce que la political ecology?" for Pouvoir, savoir, environment: Une introduction á la Political Ecology, Denis Gautier et Tor A. Benjaminsen (èds). Pages 21-36.

Robbins, P. and J. Miller. 2012. "The Mosquito State: How technology, capital and state practice mediate the ecologies of public health" in Ecologies and Politics of Health. Edited by Brian King & Kelley Crewes. Pages 196-216.

Robbins, P. 2010. "Methods in Human Environment Geography" for Research Methods in Geography: A First Course. Edited by John Paul Jones III, and Basil Gomez. Blackwell.

Robbins, P. 2010. "The Political Ecology of Ecological Urbanism", in Ecological Urbanism, edited by Mohsen Mostafavi. Lars Muller Publishers.

Robbins, P. and B. Marks 2009. "Assemblage Geographies" in Geographies of Difference. Edited by Susan Smith, Sallie Marston, Rachel Pain, and John Paul Jones III. Thousand Oaks (CA):Sage Publications. Pages

Robbins, P. 2009. "Q Method in Human Geography" for International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift eds. Elsevier.

Robbins, P and A. Chhangani. 2009. "Protecting Wolves from Sheep: People and Wildlife in the Rajasthani Aravalli", in Culture, Polity, and Economy, edited by Varsha Joshi and Surjit Singh. Jaipur: Rawat. Pages 211-224.

Robbins, P. 2008. "The State in Political Ecology: A Postcard from the Field" for The Handbook of Political Geography, edited by Kevin Cox, Murray Low, and Jennifer Robinson.

Robbins, P. 2007. "The Raika" in Disappearing Peoples? Resisting the Forces of Ethnocide in South and Central Asia, edited by Barbara Brower and Barbara Rose Johnston. Left Coast Press.

Robbins, P. 2007. "Nature Talks Back" for Politics and Practice in Economic Geography, edited by Adam Tickell, Eric Sheppard, Jamie Peck and Trevor Barnes. Sage Publications. Pages 49-59.

Robbins, P. 2006. "Carbon colonies: From local use value to global exchange in 21st century postcolonial forestry" for Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies of India, edited by Saraswati Raju, Satish Kumar, and Stuart Corbridge, Sage Publications. Pages 279-297.

Robbins, P. 2005. "Institutions" for The Earth's Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of land Use Land Cover Change. Edited by Helmut Geist. Westport (CT): Greenwood Publishing. Pages 308-311.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp, 2005. "Turfgrass subjects: the political economy of suburban lawn monoculture" for Heynen, N., M. Käika and E. Swyngedouw (eds.) In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. New York: Routledge.

Robbins, P. 2005. "Research is theft: rigorous inquiry in a postcolonial world" in Philosophies, People, Places, and Practices Edited by Gill Valentine and Stuart Aitken. Sage Press. Pages 311-324.

Robbins, P. 2004. "Q Method" for the Encyclopedia of Social Measurement. Edited by Kimberly Kempf-Leonard. San Diego: Academic Press. Pages 209-215.

Robbins, P. 2004. "Adapt or Adopt? Prospects and Barriers for No-till in the Indian Farmyard" in Sustainable Agriculture and the Rice-Wheat System. Eds. R. Lal, P. Hobbs, N. Uphoff and D. Hansen. Marcel Dekker.

Robbins, P. 2004. "Cultural Ecology" in Companion to Cultural Geography edited by James Duncan, Nuala Johnson, and Richard Schein. London: Blackwell.

Robbins, P. 2003. "From Forest to Grassland and Back: Complexity and Contradiction in Rajasthani Environmental Change" for Institutions and Social Change, edited by Surjit Singh and Varsha Joshi. Jaipur: Rawat. Pages 183-199.

Robbins, P. 2003. "Policing and Erasing the Global/Local Border: Rajasthani Foresters and the Narrative Ecology of Modernization" Regional Modernities. Edited by A. Agrawal and K. Sivaramakrishnan. Delhi: Oxford University Press. 377-403.

Robbins, P. 2003. "Desertification at the Community Scale: Sustaining Human-Environment Systems" in Global Desertification: Do Humans Cause Deserts? Edited by J. F. Reynolds and M. Stafford Smith. Berlin: Dahlem University Press. Pages 325-255. With N. Abel, H. Jiang, M. Mortimore, M. Mulligan, G. S. Okin, D., M. Stafford Smith, and B. L. Turner.

Robbins, P. 2002. "Poverty and Gender in Indian Food Security: Towards Measures of Inequity" in Reconciling Food Security and Environmental Quality in Industrializing India. Edited by R. Lal, D. Hansen, N. Uphoff, and S. Slack. New York: Lewis Publishers.

Robbins, P. 2002. "Pax Disney: The Annotated Diary of a Film Extra in India" in Engaging Film: Identity, Mobility and Pedagogy. Edited by D. Dixon and T. Cresswell. London: Rowman and Littlefield Press.

Brooks, E. and J. Emel with B. Jokisch and P. Robbins. 2000. The Llano Estacado of the US Southern High Plains: Environmental Transformation and the Prospect of Sustainability. New York: United Nations University Press.

Robbins, P. 2000. "Pastoralism & Community in Rajasthan: Interrogating Categories in Arid Lands Development" Agrarian Environments: Resources, Representations, and Rule in India. Edited by A. Agrawal and K. Sivaramakrishnan. Duke University Press. Pages 191-215.

Robbins, P. 1998. "Shrines and Butchers: Animals as Deities, Capital, and Meat in Contemporary India" Animal Geographies. Edited by J. Emel and J. Wolch. London: Verso. Pages 218-240.

Reprints and Anthologized Contributions

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp 2011. Reprint: "Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn." Fundamentals of Geography: Human Geography. Edited by Derek Gregory and Noel Castree. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp, 2008. Reprint: "Turfgrass subjects: the political economy of suburban lawn monoculture" Contemporary Foundations of Space and Place - Environment: Critical Essays in Human Geography. Edited by Kay Anderson and Bruce P. Braun. Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Robbins, P. 2008. Reprint: "Authority and environment: institutional landscapes in Rajasthan, India" Contemporary Foundations of Space and Place - Development: Critical Essays in Human Geography. Edited by Stuart Corbridge. Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Robbins, P. 2008. Reprint: "Tracking Invasive Land Covers in India or Why Our Landscapes Have Never Been Modern." Reader in Critical Geographies, Edited by Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro and Harald Bauder. Kelowna (Canada): Praxis(e)Press.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp 2008. Reprint: "Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn." Foundations of Urban Ecology. Edited by C. ZumBrunnen. Springer Science and Business Media.

Robbins, P. and J. Sharp 2008. Reprint: "Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn." The Introductory Reader in Human Geography: Contemporary Debates and Classic Writings edited by William Moseley, David Lanegran and Kavita Pandit New York: Blackwell Press. Pp. 323-336.

Robbins, P. 2004. Reprint: "Population and Pedagogy: The Geography Classroom after Malthus" in Teaching Human Geography: Selections from the Journal of Geography. Edited by G.S. Elbow. Jacksonville: National Council on Geographic Education.

Robbins, P. 2003. Reprint: "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape" Geographical Political Ecology, edited by Tom Bassett and Karl Zimmerer. New York: Guilford Press, pages 181-200.

Other Publications

Robbins, P. 2007. "Social Disciplines: Human Geography" for the Society for Conservation Biology Catalog of Conservation Social Science Tools. http://www.conbio.org/workinggroups/sswg/catalog/index.cfm.

Robbins, P. 2002. "The Most Neglected Resource: Nutrient Flows from Dung in the Agropastoral Economy of Godwar" Pastoral Policy Paper Series. Sadri (Rajasthan, India): Lok Hit Pashu Palalk Sansthan and League for Pastoral Peoples

Robbins, P. 2002. "Tracks in the Forest: A Provisional Map of Grazing and Browsing in Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary" Pastoral Policy Paper Series. Sadri (Rajasthan, India): Lok Hit Pashu Palalk Sansthan and League for Pastoral Peoples

Robbins, P. 2000. "Are There Enough Trees? People, Land, and the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary" Pastoral Policy Paper Series. Sadri (Rajasthan, India): Lok Hit Pashu Palalk Sansthan and League for Pastoral Peoples.

Robbins, P. 1995. GIS and Mountain Environments. Co-Editor Kristen Schneider. United Nations Institute for Training and Research: Geneva.

Robbins, P. 1994. "Goats and Grasses in Western Rajasthan: Interpreting Change" in Overseas Development Institute, Pastoral Network Paper 36a

Robbins, P. 1994. "Healing the Nomad Within? The Uses and Abuses of the Mobility Metaphor in Critical Theory" Wondering through the Tropics: Western Travel and the Geographing of Others. Ed. J. P. Sharpe. Syracuse University, Department of Geography Discussion Paper Series, 106: Syracuse.

Book Reviews

Robbins, P. 2015 (forthcoming). "Between Land and Water: Nietschmann and the Diverse Economies of the Miskito" Progress in Human Geography.

Robbins, P. 2013. "Can political ecology be hopeful ecology?" Review of Everyday Environmentalism: Creating an Urban Political Ecology by Alex Loftus for Dialogues in Human Geography. 3: 110.

Robbins, P. 2012. Review of Causal Explanation for Social Scientists. Edited by A. P. Vayda for Human Ecology.

Robbins, P. 2012. Review of Knowing Nature: Conversations at the Intersection of Political Ecology and Science Studies. Edited by Mara J. Goldman, Paul Nadasdy, and Matthew D. Turner. for Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

Robbins, P. 2010. Review of Curse of The Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta; edited by Michael Watts and photographs by Ed Kashi, for Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(5): 1219-1220.

Robbins, P. 2010. Review of Decolonizing Development: Colonial Power and the Maya by Joel Wainwright for Antipode, 42(2): 466-468.

Robbins, P. 2007. Review of Environmentality by Arun Agrawal for Geographical Review. 96(4): 715-718.

Robbins, P. 2006. Review of City of Flows: Modernity, Nature and the City by M. Kaika, and Social Power and the Urbanization of Water: Flows of Power by E. Swyngedouw for Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 23(6): 932-934.

Robbins, P. 2005. Review of Jharkhand: Environment, Development, Ethnicity by Stuart Corbridge, Sarah Jewitt, and Sanjay Kumar for Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 95(4): 902-903.

Robbins, P. 2004. Review of In the Time of Trees and Sorrows: Nature, Power, and Memory in Rajasthan by Ann Grodzins Gold and Bhoju Ram Gujar for Geographical Review. 93(2): 277-279.

Robbins, P. 2003. Review of The Environmentalism of the Poor: A Study of Ecological Conflicts and Valuation by J. Martinez-Alier, for Environment and Planning A. 35(8): 1514-1515.

Robbins, P. 2002. Review of Knowledge of the Land: Land Resources Information and Its Use in Rural Development by B. Dalal-Clayton and D. Dent D for Environment and Planning A. 34(7): 1325-1326.

Robbins, P. 2001. Review of How Green is the City? by Dimitri Devuyst, Luc Hens, and Walter De Lannoy for Land Degradation and Development. 12(6): 575-576.

Robbins, P. 2001. Review of Of Myths and Movements: Rewriting Chipko into Himalayan History by Haripriya Rangan, for Environment and Planning A. 33(10): 1893-1894.

Robbins, P. 2001. Review of The World Bank Forest Strategy: Striking the Right Balance; by Lele, U., N. Kumar, S. A. Husain, A. Zazueta, and L. Kelly, Environment and Planning A. 33(8): 1511-1512.

Robbins, P. 2000. Review of Marx's Ecology by John Bellamy Foster, Antipode. 33(1): 133-140.

Robbins, P. 2000. Review of Sacred Ecology by Fikret Berkes, Economic Geography. 76(4): 395-396.

Robbins, P. 2000. "How's My Driving," Review of the World Bank Forest Strategy Evaluation Series, including Brazil: Forests in the Balance: Challenges of Conservation with Development by Lele U, Viana V, et. al., Indonesia: The Challenges of World Bank Involvement in Forests by Gautam M, Lele U, et al., Costa Rica: Forest Strategy and the Evolution of Land Use by Camino R de, Segura O, et al. and India: Alleviating Poverty through Forest Development by Kumar N, Saxena N, et al., for Environment and Planning A, 32(11): 2084-2085.

Robbins, P. 1999. Review of Contested Natures by Phil Macnaghten and John Urry, Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 89(4): 803-804.

Robbins, P. 1997. Review of Mobile Pastoralists: Development Planning and Social Change in Oman by Dawn Chatty, Economic Geography, 73(4): 448-450.

Interviews and Media

2014. Op-Ed. "Start with what we value" Peninsula Pulse, July 18

2014. Radio Interview "Earth Day Now", A Public Affair, WORT, April 18.

2013. Radio Interview, "Saving Wild Places in the 'Anthropocene'", Science Friday, National Public Radio, Sep. 27, 2013

2013. Newspaper Interview for "Arid Southwest Cities' Plea: Lose the Lawn" by Ian Lovett, New York Times, August 11th, 2013.

2013. Op-Ed. "Earth Day remains relevant," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel op-ed.

2013. Radio interview: "For the Record": Earth Day (WISC-TV Channel 3)

2013. Interview (with Jane Goodall) to discuss the Nelson Institute's Seventh Annual Earth Day Conference, "Kathleen Dunn Show", Wisconsin Public Radio.

2012. Interview on the potential political will to confront climate change, "Kathleen Dunn Show", Wisconsin Public Radio.

2012. Op-Ed. "First 'climate president' will face challenges" Milwaukee Journal Sentinel op-ed.

2011. Newspaper interview for "Mosquitoes are here, and we can't kill 'em all", Arizona Daily Star, August 7, 2011.

2010. Radio interview for Canadian Broadcasting Company, August.

2010. Radio interview for "As it Happens", Canadian Broadcasting Company, airdate March 4th.

2009. Work highlighted in "Lawns as Ecosystems," The Albuquerque Journal, by John Fleck, August 5th.

2009. Radio Interview for "The Current," Canadian Broadcasting Company, airdate July 31st.

2009. Newspaper interview for "City breeds ideal climate for virus-carrying pests," Arizona Daily Star, May 31, 2009.

2009. Television interview for television program "Bullshit!," Showtime, airdate August 13th.

2008. Radio interview for "On Point," National Public Radio, airdate July 22.

2008. Newspaper interview for "Chemicals can help us attain perfection, but at what price?" Akron Beacon Journal.

2007. Interview for documentary film, Blades, by Kate Reynolds.

2005. Newspaper interview for "Could the Grass Be Greener? Lawn turf is America's biggest crop--and a mixed bag for the environment" by Thomas Hayden, U.S. News and World Report, May 16, 2005.

2005. Radio interview - Yellowstone Public Radio, March.

Articles and Chapters Currently in Revision

Robbins, P., A. Chhatre and K. Karanth. 2014 (in revision). "Political ecology of commodity agroforests and tropical biodiversity" Conservation Letters.

Niki vonHedemann, Paul Robbins, Mindy Butterworth, Katheryn Landau, and Cory Morin. 2014 (under review) "They shouldn't be responsible for our spaces:" Disease Vector Self-Governance in a Desert Landscape" Heath and Place.

Articles and Chapters Currently in Preparation

Robbins, P. and S. Smith. 2015. "Baby Bust: Towards Political Demography" Progress in Human Geography.

Robbins, P. and B. Marks. "The political economy of mosquito control on the United States". Environment and Planning A.

Gilbertz, S., McGinnis, S., Robbins, P., and S. Martin. "Planning and Development in Montana" for Land Use Policy.

Book Manuscripts in Preparation

Robbins, P. Producing Wildlife: Conservation in a Translated World.

Robbins, P. The Insect State: How bugs set the terms of governance, regulation, and bureaucratic logic.

Service

Department and University Administration

2012-2017. Director, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin

2013. Established new accelerated professional MS in Environmental Conservation, a fully self-funding enterprise initiative.

2010-2012. Director, School of Geography and Development (SGD), University of Arizona

BA in Geography; BS in Geography; BS in Regional Development; BA in Environmental Studies; MS in Geographic Information Technology; MA in Geography; PhD in Geography

2012. Established Masters of Development Practice (MDP), a fully self-funding enterprise initiative.

2011. Established the Masters of Geographic Information Systems Technology (MSGIST), a fully self-funding enterprise initiative.

2011. Established the undergraduate program in Environmental Studies, an interdisciplinary major housed within SGD

2010. Transitioned the SGD program to Responsibility Centered Management (RCM) model

2008. Acting Head, Department of Geography and Regional Development

Proposed and created the School of Geography and Development

Departmental and University Service

2012 to Present. University of Wisconsin

2012-2017. Director, Nelson Institute.

2012. Budget Reallocation Committee, ad hoc.

2005-2012. University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development

2006-2009. Chair, Human Subjects Review Committee

2006-2009. Personnel Committee

2005-2009. Chair, Visiting Speakers Committee

2009. Standing Committee on Promotion and Tenure of Margaret Wilder (LAS)

2008. Acting Director of the Planning Degree Program (July-October)

2007+ Faculty mentor, Connie Woodhouse

2005-2008 Faculty mentor, Kieron Bailey

2007-2008. Committee for the 5th Year Review of the Departmental Head

2005-2007. Annual Performance Review Committee

2005-2006. Graduate Committee

2006. Standing Committee on Promotion and Tenure of Connie Woodhouse

2006. Chair, Annual Performance Review Committee

2006. Chair, Standing Committee on Promotion and Tenure of Carl Bauer

2006. Physical Geography hiring committee

2005. Water Resources hiring committee

2005. Udall/Geography hiring committee

2005 to Present. University of Arizona

2007-2013 Executive Committee, Arid Lands Resource Sciences Interdisciplinary Program

2011-2012. Co-director, Global Studies program and undergraduate major.

2009-2012 Advisory Board, Institute of the Environment

2009. Search Advisory Committee for Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

2007-2010. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Institute Advisory Board

2006. Faculty Advisor, Campus Greens, Student Organization

2005-2010 Executive Committee, Global Change Graduate Interdisciplinary Program

2005. Advisory Panel for the Flandrau Science Center to develop science content and exhibit ideas for the new UA Science Center at Rio Nuevo

1999-2004. Ohio State University, Department of Geography

2003-2004. Co-coordinator, Teaching Associate Workshop

2002-2004. Graduate Studies Committee

2002-2004. Visiting Speakers Committee Chair

1999-2004. Visiting Speakers Committee

2002-2004. Chair, Committee on Environment-Society Curriculum Development

1999-2002. Personnel Committee

1999-2004. Ohio State University

2001-2004. Executive Committee Member, Ohio State University Environmental Policy Initiative

2004. OSU Graduate School Graduate Associate Teaching Award (GATA) competition committee.

2003-2004. Committee Member, OSU Urban Landscape Ecology Program (ULEP)

2003-2004; 1999; U.S. Student Fulbright Program, Ohio State University Review Committee

2002-2004. Associated faculty member, Ohio State University Division of Comparative Studies in the Humanities

1999-2004. Faculty member, Ohio State University Environmental Science Graduate Program

2003. Review Committee of the Ohio State University's faculty/student international travel and interdisciplinary lecture, seminar, and conference grant competition.

2001-2002. Coordinating Committee Member, University South Asia Initiative Committee

2002-2003. Coordinator for the Adaptive Research and Governance in Climate Change (ARGCC) group, sponsored by the Ohio State University Mershon Center and the Environmental Policy Initiative.

1999-2002. Invited Referee: Denman Undergraduate Research Forum

2001. Ohio State University, Social and Behavior Sciences Seed Grant Reviewer.

2001. Review Committee of the Ohio State University's faculty/student international travel and interdisciplinary lecture, seminar, and conference grant competition.

Disciplinary and Community Service

2013-2015. External Advisory Board Member, Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia.

2010-2012. Association of American Geographers, Honors Committee.

2011. External program review - University of California - Berkeley, Environmental Science Policy and Management

2011. External program review - Oregon State University, Geosciences

2002-2004. Chair, Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers.

2001. Faculty instructor, Ohio Geographical Alliance, 2001 Summer Institute.

Editorial Service

2014-2019. Editorial Board, The Anthropocene Review

2005-2015. Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers

2009-2013. Editorial Board, Dialogues in Human Geography

2009+ Editorial Board, Cultural Geographies

2009-2011. Editorial Board, Conservation and Society

2007+ Editorial board, Geoforum

2007+ Editorial Committee, University of Arizona Press, Society Environment and Place Series

2007-2009. Editorial Board, Geojournal

2004-2007. Editor, Geoforum

2003-2004. Editorial Board, Journal of Political Ecology

1998-2000. Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer

Review

Grant Review

2013-2014. National Science Foundation, Geography and Spatial Sciences Review Panel, Washington D.C.

2009-2011. National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant Advisory Panel, Washington D.C.

2011. NSF, Review of National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council workshop proposal.

2009. NSF, Geography and Spatial Science

2008. National Geographic Society

2008. NSF, Geography and Regional Science

2007. The British Academy Research Development Award

2007. Swiss National Science Foundation, Division Humanities and Social Sciences

2007. NSF, Geography and Regional Science; Science and Society.

2006. NSF, CAREER Grant Proposal, two proposals in Geography and Regional Science.

2004-2005. Screener/Reviewer, Social Science Research Council, International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship (IDRF) competition.

2005. NSF, Proposals in (3) Geography and Regional Science, (2) Science and Technology Studies

2005. International Foundation for Social Science Research Grant Proposals

2005. Review of West Virginia University, Regional Research Institute/College Special Research Assignment (SRA) Proposals

2005. Review of West Virginia University, Regional Research Institute Seed Grant Proposals

2004. NSF, Proposal in Geography and Regional Science

2004. NSF, Dissertation Enhancement Proposal in Science and Technology Studies

2004. Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

2003. Screener for the Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship Program (IDRF), 2004 fellowship competition

2003. NSF, COBASE Project and Development Initiation Application

2000. NSF, Proposal in Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science, and Technology

Editorial and Journal Review

2014 (in progress). Guest editor for special issue of Norwegian Journal of Geography (NGT): 'Bringing Political Ecology "home"'

2013. Expert External Reviewer, Working Group II Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, "Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability"

2005. Guest editor for special issue of Geographical Review, 94(2), "People, Places, & Invasive Species"

2005. Co-Guest Editor (with Nik Heynen) for special issue of Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, "Neoliberal Environments"

1999-2014 peer review for refereed journals:

Book Prospectus Reviews and Requested Endorsements

2014. Rowman and Littlefield.

2011. University of California Press

2010. University of Washington Press; Earthscan Press.

2009. Cornell University Press

2007. Ohio University Press; University of Chicago Press; Wiley-Blackwell Press; Altamira Press; Louisiana State University Press

2005. Routledge Press

External Tenure and Promotion Review

2014. (6) Duke University; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; University of Texas - Austin; Purdue University; University of Colorado at Denver; Melbourne University

2013. (5) University of Wollongong; Syracuse University; University of California - Berkeley; Texas State University; University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

2012. (5) Arizona State University; University of Colorado - Denver; University of South Florida; University of California - Davis; University of Florida

2011. (7) South Florida University; Texas Tech University; Pennsylvania State University; Louisiana State University; Texas State University; Colorado State University; Utah State University

2010. (9) University of Toronto; Oregon State University; Texas A&M University; Rutgers University; Ohio State University; University of Oregon; Franklin & Marshall College; University of South Florida; Michigan State University

2009. (5) Dartmouth College; Arizona State University; University of Colorado; Simon Fraser University; Florida International University

2008. (5) University of California - Los Angeles; York University; Duke University; King's College London; SUNY - New Paltz; University of Denver

2007. (6) University of Texas - Austin; Louisiana State University; Michigan State University; University of Minnesota - Duluth; West Virginia University; University of California - Santa Barbara

2006. (6) Clark University; University of Washington; Macalester College; University of California - Santa Cruz; Dartmouth University; University of South Florida

2005. (4) University of British Columbia; Gettysburg College; Colgate College; University of Oklahoma

2005. (1) Yale University

2004. (4) University of Wisconsin - Madison; Stetson University; University of Oregon; University of Kentucky

Group Projects and Workshops

2013. Invited keynote in workshop on "Bringing political ecology "home" Trondheim, Norway, 4 - 5th December, 2013. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

2011. Invited Participant in workshop on "Novel Ecologies", Monte Verita Switzerland convened by scholars at Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, Switzerland.

2009-10. Invited Participant in SETER (Socio-Ecological Theories and empirical Research), a five-week workshop in Montpellier France uniting American researchers with colleagues from French research institutions (CIRAD and others) for case analysis.

2008. Organizer and co-coordinator of international workshop on "Geospatial Technology, Wildlife Conservation, and Community," Jodhpur, Rajasthan, December 12-15, 2008.

2008. Organizer and convener of workshop on "Complexity and Contingency: Explanation in Human/Environment Research," Tucson, Arizona, October 21-2, 2008.

2007. Contentious Knowledge: Science, Social Science and Social Movements workshop at Cornell University, organized by Ronald Herring and Ken Roberts, October 4-5, 2007.

2005. Decision Making under Uncertainty workshop, organized by the Institute for the Study of Planet Earth at the University of Arizona, January 20-21 and May 5-6, 2005, Tucson, Arizona.

2003. Organizer of an international conference on "Adaptive Research and Governance in Climate Change," held at Ohio State University, October 30-31.

2002-2007. Core participant in ARIDnet, an NSF sponsored program for Research Coordination Networks (RCN) in Biological Sciences.

2002. Organizer of a national workshop on "Adaptive Research and Governance in Climate Change," held at the Mershon Center, Ohio State University, December 15-17.

2001. "Modeling biocomplexity and socio-economic decision-making under uncertainty in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: A proposal to develop an interdisciplinary team," an NSF funded seed grant project to develop a biocomplexity research project. With PIs Dave McGinnis and David Bennett.

2001. The Dahlem workshop on "Integrated Assessment of the Ecological, Meteorological, and Human Dimensions of Global Desertification," Berlin Germany. Invited rapporteur.

2001 "Reconciling Food Security and Environmental Quality in Industrializing India," Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Sciences.

1998 Workshop on "Regional Modernities," Yale University.

1998 Workshop on "Authority in Nature," Cornell University.

Papers and Presentations

Invited Papers and Keynote Presentations

2015. "Baby Bust: Towards a Political Demography" Invited Progress in Human Geography Lecture, AAG, Chicago, April

2014. "Producing Wildlife in Montana, India, and Beyond: Conservation in the Anthropocene", Montana State university and University of Montana, October.

2014. "Ethics of Struggle in the Anthropocene" Lewis and Clark College, Environmental Affairs Symposium, October.

2014. "Producing Eden: Can wildlife thrive beyond national parks in India?" and "No Going Back: The Scientific and Political Ethics of Ecological Novelty", Cambridge University, February 2014

2013. "Coffee, Frogs and Workers: Wildlife conservation in the commodity landscapes of Karnataka, India" University of California, Santa Cruz, November, 2013.

2013. "What are the Ethics of the Anthropocene?" Breakthrough Dialogue, Sausalito CA, June.

2013. "Insects and Institutions" University of Minnesota, Department of Geography, February.

2012. "Urban Metabolism" The interdisciplinary Programme of research on City and Environment (PIRVE), hosted by CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and MEDDTL (French Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development), Paris, December.

2012. "Political Economy of Mosquito control on the United States" University of California, Berkeley, October.

2012. "Insects and Institutions" University of New Mexico, Department of Geography, April.

2012. "Insects and Institutions," ULTRA program, University of South Florida, March.

2012. "Producing Wildlife: Managing a Conservation Area in India during the Anthropocene", World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C., February.

2012. "Insects and Institutions" University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, January.

2012. "Producing Wildlife: Managing a Conservation Area in India during the Anthropocene", University of Colorado: Boulder, February.

2011. "Jugar: Coming to 'an arrangement' with the new ecologies of India" Invited for the Conference on Ecological Novelty, September 4-9 2011, Switzerland.

2011. "Witnessing radical green realities: what makes political ecology different?" Keynote presentation, Meeting on Dimensions of Political Ecology, University of Kentucky, February 18th.

2010. University of Denver. "The Mosquito State", October.

2010. Texas A&M University. "Producing Wildlife: India s Conservation Areas as Territories of Prehension".

2010. University of Illinois - Urbana-Champagne. "Producing Wildlife: Conservation in a Translated World."

2010. Ohio State University, "Producing Wildlife: India s Conservation Areas as Territories of Prehension", April 29th.

2010. Utah State University, Logan UT, "The Mosquito State", April, 2010

2010. Pennsylvania State University, College Park, PA, "Territories of Prehension: Consuming and Being Consumed in Conservation Areas" March, 2010

2010. Indian National Science Congress, Trivandrum, India, "India's Wildlife Sanctuaries: Opportunities to return foresters to forestry and citizens to science", January 4, 2010.

2010. University of Wollongong, "The Mosquito State", February, 2010.

2009. University of Florida, Interdisciplinary Seminar Series Exploring Coupled Human-Environment Systems, "Broken Laws and Patchy Landscapes: Conservation and Power at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India," September 14, 2009

2009. Rutgers University, The Fifth MaGrann Conference: Climate Change in South Asia, "Dry ponds and butchered sheep: The human-climate-wildlife nexus in Indian arid lands" April 23.

2009. Michigan State University, program in Asian Studies: "Territories of Prehension: Consuming and Being Consumed in Conservation Areas" February 17th.

2009. Bristol University: "Producing Wildlife: Biological conservation in a translated world", March 16th.

2008. Stanford University's Bill Lane Center for the Study of the West: 'Closing the barn door after the horses have fled: Land use planning in the New West.

2008. Ohio University. 15th Annual Conference on Critical Geography, Keynote Presentation. "Revisiting Dialectics: The bizarre case of the "New" West,", Athens Ohio, October 3rd - 5th.

2007. Ohio Wesleyan University, invited keynote speaker, Sagan National Colloquium: "Cities and Suburbs: Life in a Metropolitan World." Talk title: "Lawn people: How grasses weeds and chemicals make us who we are," November 13th.

2007. Ohio State University Urban Landscape Ecology Program, featured keynote speaker at conference on "Ecological Landscaping," October 29th, Cleveland Ohio.

2007. Syracuse University, "Producing Wildlife: Biological conservation in a translated world," October 3rd

2007. University of Georgia, invited colloquium, "Producing Wildlife: Biological conservation in a translated world," September 21st

2007. Open University, invited paper presentation for workshop, Questioning Neoliberal Governance, September 13th - 14th

2007. University of Denver, "Accidental Wilderness: Conservation, Predation, and Micro-Political Economy in Rajasthan, India"

2007. Arizona State University, Keynote Address, Graduates in Earth, Life, and Social Sciences Research Symposium. "Fractured Ecology: Conservation, Predation, and Micro-Political Economy in Rajasthan, India"

2006. University of Connecticut, Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series on the Environment, "Producing Wildlife: The unintended natures of conservation"

2006. Arizona State University, Department of Geography, "Producing Wildlife: The unintended natures of conservation in India"

2005. Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. "Producing Wildlife: The unintended natures of conservation in India"

2005. University of Texas - Austin. "Producing Wildlife: The unintended natures of conservation in India"

2005. University of Toronto, "Producing Wildlife: Successes and Failures of Conservation in India"

2005. Clark University, Wallace W. Atwood Lecture, "Producing Wildlife: The unintended consequences of conservation in India"

2005. University of Oklahoma lecture series: "Knowing Nature: Interdisciplinary Perspectives."

2005. University of Wisconsin Madison, Annual Traweek Lecture, "Producing wilderness: The unintended consequences of conservation in India"

2004. Miami University, "Crabgrass Culture: How lawns and the lawn economy make us who we are," Miami, Ohio.

2004. Colgate University, Peter Gould Memorial Lecture, "The Future of the Forest: The case of expanding and contracting landscapes in India"

2004. University of Illinois, "Crabgrass Capitalism: How lawns and the lawn economy make us who we are."

2004. University of Washington, Urban Ecology Seminar Series, "Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn or How to Smash Global Agro-Chemical Capitalism on the Weekend in Your Yard"

2004. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Science and Technology Studies, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Remote Sensing, Reverse Engineering, and Land Cover Change in Rajasthan, India," Troy, New York.

2004. Kartar Singh Dhaliwal Foundation Distinguished speaker on India, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Measuring and disputing land cover change in Rajasthan, India"

2003. University of California Berkeley, Berkeley Workshop on Environmental Politics: Culture, Power, Political Economy, Invited paper presenter, "The Politics of Barstool Biology: Environmental Knowledge and Power in Greater Northern Yellowstone"

2003. Keynote speaker, AAG sponsored interdisciplinary workshop on research and pedagogy in political ecology, Macalaster College. "Research is Theft:" Teaching Environmental Studies in a Postcolonial World"

2003. Gustavus Adolphus College "The American Lawnscape and its Discontents," Saint Peter, Minnesota

2003. University of California - Los Angeles, "The American Lawnscape and its Discontents or How to Smash Global Agro-Chemical Capitalism on the Weekend in Your Backyard."

2003. Year of the Sciences Lecture, Gettysburgh College, "Environmental Struggle in India: are forests expanding, contracting, or both?" Gettysburgh, PA.

2003. Zimmerman Lecture, Emporia State University, "Strong State or Weak State? Critical Lessons in Environmental Governance from the Badlands of the Indian Aravalli," Emporia Kansas.

2002. Keynote Speaker, North American Cartographic Information Society, "The Grasslands of Columbus: Mapping, Measuring, and Explaining the American Lawn." NACIS national conference, Columbus, OH.

2001. Guest Speaker, lecture series on Environment, Law, and Politics in South Asia for the North Carolina Center for South Asian Studies. "A Forest but for the Trees: Politics, Technology, and Bureaucracy in Indian Forestry."

2000. London School of Economics, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Exploring Contradictions in Land Cover Analysis in India."

2000. Delhi School of Economics, "When is a Forest Not a Forest? Exploring Environmental Knowledge and Environmental Change in Rajasthan."

Selected Papers and Activities at Professional Meetings

2014. "Coffee, Frogs, and Workers: Biodiversity in the commodity landscapes of India," annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa FL., April.

2013. "Coffee, Frogs and Workers: Wildlife conservation in the commodity landscapes of Karnataka, India", Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, WI, October.

2012 "Ecological Anxiety Disorder: Diagnosing the Politics of the Anthropocene" presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY, February 26th. Chair and Organizer, three sessions on Vectors, Disease, and the Human-Made World. Discussant, Session on Beyond Protected Areas.

2011. "Ecological hazards in southwestern metropolises: Integrating modeling, participation, and political ecology," presented at the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Austin, TX, August 9-11.

2011. "The orphan industry meets the marginal state: the political economy of mosquito control in the United States", presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA, April 11-16.

2010. Chair, Organizer, Presenter, "The Insect State: Development, Politics and Capital in African Desert Locust Control" in session on Spanning Political Ecologies I: International and Multi-Paradigm Collaboration; Chair and Discussant, Climate Adaptation, Landscapes, and Institutions; Discussant, Critical Geographies of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 14-18.

2009. "Insect & Institutions: Mosquito Distributions and Agency Management under Conditions of Climate Change and Uncertainty" at the Arizona Department of Health Services Annual Vector-Borne & Zoonotic Diseases Conference & Workshop. May 6-7.

2009. Chair and presenter, "Governing Complex Things: New Spaces of Regulation" Paper title: Insects and Institutions: Understanding Emerging Hazards in the US Southwest"; Chair, Organizer, Panelist: Author Meets the Critics: Joel Wainwright's "Decolonizing Development: Colonial Power and the Maya"; Discussant: "Residential Landscapes in the Long Term Ecological Research Network".at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, Nevada.

2008. "Territories of Prehension: Consuming and Being Consumed in Conservation Areas" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco California.

2008. "Broken laws and patchy landscapes" presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Chattanooga Tennessee.

2008. Book (Lawn People) featured in "Author meets the critics" session at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston Massachusetts.

2008. Chair and presenter, "Subdividing nature: The political ecology of governing rural land-use change in the U.S." Paper title: Closing the barn door after the horses have fled: Planning in the New West" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston Massachusetts.

2007. Chair, organizer, and presenter, "Bodies, Waste, Pumps, and Animals: More-than-Human Politics in India," paper title: "Producing Wildlife: Conflict and Adaptation at the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan" at the Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin - Madison, October 12th

2007. Chair & Presenter, session: "Animal Geographies II: People, Parks, and Wildlife -- Studies of Conflict from Africa, India, and Elsewhere." Presentation of paper in session: "Territories of Prehension: Human/Animal Interaction in Indian Conservation Areas" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA.

2007. Panelist in two sessions: "Poverty and Conservation 3 - new methodologies" and "Ships in the night: Bringing political ecology and post-environmentalism into conversation" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA.

2007. Discussant. In two sessions "Emergent Conservation Landscapes IV: Eco-Friendly Exurbanization?" and "Political geography and the non-human I: Critical engagements of contemporary environmental issues" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA.

2006. "Insects and Institutions: How Do Bureaucracies Adapt to Emerging Environmental Problems?" at the annual meeting of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Tucson, AZ.

2006. Organizer of session "Author meets the critics: Arun Agrawal's Environmentality" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL.

2006. Organizer of session "Animal Troubles: Pests, Wildlife, Science, and Politics" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL. Presentation of paper in session: "Producing Wildlife: The unintended natures of Indian conservation."

2006. Co-organizer of AAG session on "Nietzsche and Geography" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL.

2006. "Protecting wolves from Sheep" at the annual meeting of the Association for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada.

2005. Book (Political Ecology) featured in "Author meets the critics" session at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver Colorado.

2005. Invited plenary speaker, Ethics and Justice Specialty Group Plenary "We are the elk: Ethics and explanation in political ecology" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2005. Discussant, Concepts and Theories in Cultural and Political Ecology at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2005. Discussant, Conservation and private lands in the New West II: Ecologies -- Discussant at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2005. Discussant, Emerging Themes in Political Ecology I: GIS -- Discussant at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2004. Co-organizer of three centennial AAG sessions on Cultural Ecology: Retrospect and Prospect" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA.

2004. "Old West or New West? Wildlife, Property, and Power in the Greater Northern Yellowstone Ecosystem" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA.

2003. Co-Organizer, two sessions on "Empire of the Invasives: Ecology, Culture, and Politics of Exotic Species" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2003. "Comparing Invasive Networks: The Political Biographies of Mimosaceae"at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2003. Discussant, "Place, livelihood and governance: exploring the connections" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2003. Discussant for a Geoforum Session on "Place and Globalization" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2003. Panelist, session on "Material Worlds?: The matter of nature revisited" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2002. "The Many Uses of Science: method, ethics, and the politics of environmental research in India" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA.

2001. "From Forest to Grassland and Back: Complexity and Contradiction in Rajasthani Environmental Change" at Fourth International Conference on Rajasthan, Jaipur, India.

2001. "Taking pride in toxins: The personal monocultures of the industrial lawn" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY.

2001. Organizer of three sessions on "Cultural and Political Ecology in an Urban and Industrial World" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY.

2001. Discussant for session on "Rights to Resources: Unraveling Property Regimes" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY.

2000. Organizer of two sessions on "Mixed Landscapes/Mixed Methods" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA.

2000. Organizer of panel session on "Directions in Cultural and Political Ecology: Where to Now?" at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA.

2000. "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Exploring Contradictions in Land Cover Analysis in India." at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA.

1999. "Interrogating Land Cover Categories: Metaphor and Method in Remote Sensing," co-authored with Tara Maddock. At a conference on Geographic Information Systems and Society, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

1999. "Species and Careers: Competing State and Local Knowledges in India" Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu, Hawaii.

1998. "Paper Forests: Imagining and Deploying Exogenous Ecologies in Arid India" Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA.

1997. "Nomadization in Rajasthan, India: An Institutional and Economic Explanation" Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth, TX.

1997. "Shrines and Butchers: Towards a Plural and Humane Economy in Northern India" Presented at the annual meeting of the Institute of British Geographers, Exeter, UK.

1996. "Beyond the Common Property Narrative in Rajasthan, India" Association of Asian Studies conference on South Asia, Madison, WI.

Other Presentations

2011. Guest Speaker, University of Arizona Law School course on Sustainability. April 1st, "The Mosquito State".

2009. Guest Speaker, University of Arizona Law School course on Sustainability. April 1st, "Insects and Institutions".

2006. University of Arizona Environmental Breakfast Club, Guest Presentation, "Producing Wildlife"

2004. Ohio State University Undergraduate Admissions and First Year Experience Honors Reception Lecturer, Cincinnati, Ohio

2002. Invited discussant, OSU South Asia Initiative panel: "Out of India: A Panel Discussion on the Politics of the Prehistory of South Asia," Hans Hock, keynote speaker.

2002. Guest Speaker, Ohio State University, Center for Survey Research Monthly Research Series, "Turfgrass Revolution: Surveying Lawn Chemical Behaviors."

2002. Guest Speaker, Ohio State University Program in Spatial Statistics and Environmental Sciences, Environmental Data Seminar, "Environmental Perception Data: Measuring Human imagination from the Ground Up."

2001. Guest Speaker, Eberswalde University, Eberswalde Germany. "A forest but for the trees: Exploring contradictions in land cover analysis in India."

2001. Guest Speaker, Cambridge University. "When is a Forest Not a Forest? Exploring contradictions in land cover analysis in India."

2001. Guest Speaker, Ohio State University, Department of City and Regional Planning. "Taking Pride in Toxins: Understanding and Managing the Externalities of the American Lawnscape."

2001. Guest Speaker, Ohio State University, Environmental Policy Workshop. "Taking Pride in Toxins: Understanding and Managing the Externalities of the American Lawn."

2000. Guest Speaker, Ohio Wesleyan University, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Exploring Contradictions in Land Cover Analysis in India."

2000. Guest Lecturer, Ohio State University, International Studies, Prof. Stephen Dale, "Geographic Political Ecology: An Approach in International Studies"

2000. Guest Speaker, Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, "Employing Indigenous Knowledge to Track Invasive Ecologies in Semi-arid India."

1999. Invited Discussant: OSU Middle East Studies Center panel on "Environmental Degradation of Central Asia," April 5th 1999.

1999. Guest Speaker, University of Kentucky, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape or Why Our Landscapes Have Never Been Modern."

1999. Guest Speaker, Ohio University, Department of Geography, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Exploring Contradictions in Land Cover Analysis in India."

1999. Guest Speaker, University of West Virginia, Regional Research Institute and Department of Geology and Geography, "Fixed Categories in a Portable Landscape: Exploring Contradictions in Land Cover Analysis in India."

1999. Guest Lecturer, Ohio State University Middle East Studies Center & School of Natural Resources. "Resourceful People and People's Resources of Rajasthan, India: Averting Crises in the World's Most Densely Populated Desert"

1999. Guest Lecturer, Ohio State University, International Studies, Prof. Stephen Dale, "Geography's Political Ecology Approach in International Studies"

1998. Keynote speaker, Iowa Rivers Project.

1998. Keynote speaker, University of Iowa Earth Day, "Forget Thoreau! How Working People Built American Environmentalism"

1997. Keynote speaker, University of Iowa Earth Day. "Greenwashing: Why You Can't Market and Consume Your Way to a Sustainable Future"

Students

Current PhD Students and Accomplishments

Jeong Eun Lim (Anya)

Previous PhD Students and Accomplishments

2014. Davis, Brittany
2009. Latin American Specialty Group (AAG) Student Field Study Award at the PhD level, $600
2009. Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group (AAG) Field Study Award, $600
2009. Tinker Summer Field Research Grant, University of Arizona, Center for Latin American Studies. $500

2014. Peloquin, Clause, "Science, development and the politics of locust control in West Africa"
2011. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (#1201876). "Institutions, Development, and the Politics of Locust Control in West Africa", $12,000.

2013. Akhter, Majed
Assistant Professor, University of Indiana

2013. Decker, Paula, "Making Space for Mexican Wolves: Technology, Knowledge, and Conservation Politics"
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Arizona
2013. Marshall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
2009. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award, Directorate of Science and Technology Studies.
2009. SBSRI Research Institute summer research development grant
2008. SBSRI Pre-Doc Graduate Research Grant

Routsen, Raphael (co-advisor) "Conservation of Agro-biodiversity in Baja California Desert Oases"
2010. PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization) scholar award
2010. Fulbright-Hayes Award - Mexico

2011. Lewis, Robin, "Networked Knowledge(s): Forest Certification and the Politics of Expertise in Malaysia"
Assistant Professor, Hobart and Smith Colleges.
2008. US Department of Education's Fulbright for Malaysia. $20,000
2008. Wakonse Fellow, Wakonse teaching conference
2007. SBS Research institute, summer Grant Development Proposal. $1,000.
2006. SBSRI Pre-Doc Graduate Research Grant

2010. Philander, Lisa

2010. Hauserman, Heidi, "Agro-Ecosystems and the Politics of Commodity Reregulation in Veracruz's Coffee Lands"
Assistant Professor, Human Ecology, Rutgers University.
2010-2011. Post-doctoral researcher, Pennsylvania State University.
2007. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Award, $12,000
2007. US Department of Education's Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Award. $20,000
2007. Inter-American Foundation: Grassroots Development Grant $25,000 (awarded but voluntarily declined owing to concurrent grants).
2006. Tinker Foundation Field Research Grant $700

2010. Meehan, Katharine, "The abject commodity: Spatial perceptions of sewage in San Diego-Tijuana"
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oregon.
2007. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Award, $12,000
2007. NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserve System Social Science Fellowship, $30,000.
2007. US Department of Education's Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Award, $23,800
2007. Social Science Research Council IDRF Fellowship. $22,000
2006. Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group (AAG) Field Study Award, $500
2006. University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Pre-doctoral Graduate Research Grant, $500

2010. Bishop, Kristina N., "HIV AIDS, Colonialism, and the constitution of legitimate medicine in South Africa"
Adjunct Faculty, University of Arizona.
2008. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Award, $12,000
2007. SBS Research institute, summer Grant Development Proposal. $1,000.
2006. SBSRI Graduate Dissertation Research Grant

2009. Rice, Jennifer, "Making Carbon Count: Global Climate Change and Local Climate Governance in the United States"
Assistant Professor, University of Georgia
2008. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Award (#0802739), "From Nations to Networks: Global Climate Change and Local Climate Governance in the U.S." $12,000
2012. Assistant Professor, Rutgers University.
2008. P.E.O. (philanthropic educational organization) Scholar Award, $15,000
2007. ISPE Dissertation Improvement Grant, $1,000

2008. Fornander, David, "Fish, Floatboats and Feds: Directions and disparities in policy surrounding the Endangered Species Act and listed Snake River Chinook salmon in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area."
2007+ Associate scientist/fisheries biologist at CH2M Hill
2006. SBSRI Pre-Doc Graduate Research Grant, $600

2007. Birkenholtz, Trevor (Ohio State University) "Irrigation Development and Social Change in India"
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Illinois.
2007. Visiting Professor, Oberlin College.
2005-2006. Ohio State University Presidential Fellowship.
2004-2005. United States Fulbright-Hayes Award. $33,616.
2003. Mershon Center Pre-Dissertation Research Grant, Summer, $4,598.
2002. Center for Institutional Cooperation - Foreign Language Enhancement Program, $2,300
2002. Office of International Affairs, OSU, $2,000

Polderman, Annemarie (Ohio State University) "Gender and Decollectivization in Agrarian Bulgaria"
Team manager (bedrijfsbureau), Bouman GGZ (Non-Profit; Mental Health Care industry), Netherlands
2003. George and Viola Hoffman Fund Award for dissertation research in Bulgaria
2003. Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship, OSU Graduate School, $1975
2003. International Dissertation Travel Grant, Office of International Affairs OSU, $2000

2001. Maddock, Tara (Ohio State University) "Total Maximum Daily Load Implementation Water Policy and the Culture of Scientific Practice"
Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities, Cincinnati, Ohio
2005-2007. Visiting Professor, University of Kentucky
2003-2008. Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
2003-2004. Adjunct Professor, University of Northern Kentucky
2001-2003. Postdoctoral research position, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky

Previous Masters Students and Accomplishments

2010. El-Vilaly, Audra "Lines in the Sand: Memory, Identity, and Rationalized Oppression in Arabophone Mauritania"
2010. Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) 2010 Summer fellowship: Arabic in Morocco

2008. Minor, Jesse, "Post-Soviet transition and the evolution of range ecology in Mongolia"
2007. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention 2007-2008 competition
2006. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention 2006-2007 competition

2007. Mayden, Shoshanna, "Volunteer tourism and sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica"
2007. Institute for Study of planet Earth, annual student poster competition, first place, social/humans dimensions
2006. Luray Caverns Graduate Research Grant, $2000
2006. Tinker Foundation Field Research Grant

2006. Chmara-Huff, Fletcher, "A Critical Cultural Landscape Study of the Pahrump Band of Southern Paiute"

2006. Decker, Paula

2005. Rice, Jennifer, "Political Ecology of Sewage in Franklin County"

2004. Monroe, Kristina, "Forest Development, Livelihood, and Landscape History in Swaziland"

2004. Luginbuhl, April "Political Economy of Carbon Marketing"
2003. AAG Rural Geography Specialty Group Student Paper Competition
2002. ELDAAG Student Paper Competition- Master's Level

2002. Pott, Helen, "Unintended developments: Tourists, NGOs, social provisioning, and the Goan experience"

2002. Hutchinson, Teresa, "Fisheries Management and Subsistence Fishing in Puerto Rico"

2002. Birkenholtz, Trevor, "Municipal Ecologies and Urban Growth Policy"

2002. Hargreaves, Andrew "Organic Consumer Knowledge and Motivation"

2000. Weinert, Julie, "Women and Ecotourism"
2005. Visiting Professor, University of Illinois at Carbondale.
2003. International Dissertation Travel Grant, Office of International Affairs OSU, $2000
2003. Tinker Foundation Field Research Grant, $1,000

1999. Hisnay, Philip, "Mass Low Budget Tourism in Pokhara Nepal and the Tourist Food Industry: Linkages to Local Production and Resident's Perceptions of Tourism Impacts"
2003. National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement, $7,500
2003. Lake Erie Protection Fund Grant from the Ohio Lake Erie Commission, $10,000

Student Committees, Dissertation

2009-2013. El-Vilaly, Audra, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, dissertation committee.

2009-2013. Coles, Ashley, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, dissertation committee.

2009-2013. Anne-Marie Hanson, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, dissertation committee.

2010-2013. Manuel Prieto, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, exam and dissertation committee

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2011-2012. Lily House-Peters, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, exam and dissertation committee.

2008-2011. John Regan, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Arid Lands, dissertation committee

2009-2011. Jacob Campbell, University of Arizona, School of Anthropology, dissertation committee

2009-2011. Kanin Routson, University of Arizona, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Arid Lands, dissertation committee

2008-2011. McCormack, Jennifer, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, dissertation committee.

2008-2011. Eysenbach, Derek, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, dissertation committee.

2007-2010. Gade, Kristin, Arizona State University, Urban Ecology, School of Life Sciences PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2006-2010. Klepek, James, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2007-2010. Whitlock, Scott, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, PhD exam and dissertation committee

2005-2010. Baldridge, John, University of Arizona, School of Geography and Development, PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2008-2010. Lezlie Moriniere, University of Arizona, Arid Lands, dissertation committee

2006-2010. Garrick, Dustin, University of Arizona, Geography and Regional Development PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2006-2009. Smith, Sara, University of Arizona, Geography and Regional Development PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2006-2009. Wise, Erika, University of Arizona, Geography and Regional Development PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2007-2009. Paulson, Nels, Arizona State University, Dissertation committee.

2004-2007. DeNicola, Lane, Dept. of Science & Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, PhD dissertation committee.

2007-2008. Kapoor, Maya, Arizona State University, Urban Ecology, School of Life Sciences PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2005-2008. Daack, Rachel, University of Iowa, PhD exam and dissertation committee.

2007. Jain, Pankaj, University of Iowa, dissertation committee.

2006. Perkins, Harold, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Ph.D. committee

2005-2006. Feinhandler, Ian, University of Colorado - Boulder, Ph.D. committee.

2004. Hass, Johanna, Ohio State University Geography, Ph.D. Candidacy exam committee.

2004. Bhashkar, Renuka, Ohio State University Geography, M.A exam committee

2004. Coffman, Reid, Department of Landscape Architecture. PhD candidacy exam and dissertation committee.

2004. Diamond, Larry, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geography. Ph.D. Candidacy exam and dissertation committee.

2003. Bodaar, Annemarie, Ohio State University Geography, PhD Candidacy exam committee

2002. Crossa, Veronica, Ohio State University Geography, PhD Candidacy exam committee.

2002. Thakur, Sudhir, Ohio State University Geography, PhD Candidacy exam committee.

2001. Mandel, Jennifer, Ohio State University Geography, Ph.D. Dissertation committee.

2000. Bosco, Fernando, Ohio State University Geography, PhD Candidacy exam committee.

Student Committees, Masters

2008. Gultineh, Dereje, University of Arizona, masters committee

2004. Wilson, Robyn, Ohio State University School of Natural Resources, M.A. Thesis committee.

2004. Klaff, Caryn, Ohio State University School of Natural Resources, M.A. Thesis committee.

2004. Davis, Jason, Ohio State University Geography, M.A. Thesis committee.

2004. Dorai, Kamuda, Ohio State University Geography, M.A exam committee

2001. Fraser, Alistair, Ohio State University Geography, M.A. Thesis committee.

2001. Machin, Joanna Ohio, State University Geography, M.A. Thesis committee.

2000. Albert, Todd, Ohio State University Geography, M.S. Thesis committee.

Other Student Committees and External Reviews

2009. Gould, Kevin, University of British Columbia, Geography, External Reviewer

2009. Asfaw, Tihut Yirgu, University of British Columbia, External Reviewer

2006. Cadieux, Valentine, University of Toronto, Geography, External Reviewer

2006. Yamene, Akiko, University of Monash. PhD dissertation reviewer.

2004. Kang, Y. W. (Advisor: Karen Mancl), PhD. Dissertation exam, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Graduate Faculty Representative

2003. Antal, J. (Advisor: D'Costa), Ph.D. Dissertation exam, Department of Education, Graduate Faculty Representative.

2002. Kucukmehmetoglu (Advisor: Guldmann), Ph.D. Dissertation exam, Department of City and Regional Planning, Graduate Faculty Representative.

2001. Bollman, Arthur (Advisor: Smith), Ph.D. Candidacy Exam, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, Graduate Faculty Representative.

2000. Lee, Jae-Young (Advisor: Fortner), Ph.D. Dissertation exam, School of Natural Resources, Graduate Faculty Representative

Undergraduate Research & Advising

2011-2012. Chester, Caressa, Undergraduate Honors Thesis advisor.

2011-2012. Shay, Shaina, Undergraduate Honors Thesis advisor.

2011-2012. Reed, Megan, Undergraduate Honors Thesis advisor.

2009. Witchnevetski, Etoile, Undergraduate Honors Thesis advisor.

2005-2006. Farnsworth, Rayna, "Insects and Institutions: How Do Bureaucracies Adapt to Emerging Environmental Problems?" Supported with a 1-Year NASA Space Grant through the University of Arizona Undergraduate Research internship Program.

2004. Yerkes, Emily, Senior Undergraduate Honors Thesis committee.

2002. Parekh, Surya, Honors faculty representative, thesis defense.