Ecologies of Social Difference Network Bibliography

Anderson, E., K. Findlater, O. Freeman, J. Levine, C. Morinville, M. Peloso, L. Rodina, G. Singh, D. Tesfamichael, L. Harris, & H. Zerriffi. Bridging Disciplinary and Professional Divides to Improve International Development Research at Universities. (2012). In W. Leal (Ed.), Sustainable Development at Universities: New Horizons. Peter Lang Publishers: Frankfurt, Germany, 753-770.

Asfaw, T. & Satterfield, T. (2010). Gender Relations in Local-Level Dispute Settlement in Ethiopia’s Zeghie Penninsula. Human Ecology Review, 17, 160-174

Bakker, K. (2012). Water Security: Research challenges and opportunities. Science, 337, 914-915.

Bakker, K. (2011). The human right to water revisited. In Sultana, F., Budds, J. and Loftus, A.   (Eds.) The Right to Water. London: Earthscan, 19 – 44.

Bakker, K. (2010). Privatizing Water: Governance failure and the world’s water crisis. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Bakker, K. (2006). (Ed.)EAU Canada: The future of Canada’s water. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Bakker, K. (2007). Trickle Down? Private Sector participation and pro-poor water supply debate in Jakarta, Indonesia. Geoforum, 38, 855 – 868.

Bakker, K. (2003). A Political Ecology of Water Privatization. Studies in Political Economy,  70, 35 – 58.

Bulkan, J. & Palmer, J.R. (2009). Scientific forestry and degraded forests: the story of Guiana Shield forests. In N. L. Whitehead and S. W. Aleman, (Eds.) Anthropologies of Guayana: cultural spaces in Northeastern Amazonia. Tuscson: University of Arizona Press, 74-89.

Bulkan, J. & Palmer, J.R. (2008). Breaking the rings of forest corruption: steps towards better forest governance. Forests, Trees & Livelihoods, 18, 103-131.

Bulkan, J. & Bulkan, A. (2008). ‘Protector of Indians’: assessing Walter Roth’s legacy in policy towards Amerindians in Guyana. In R. McDougall and I. Davidson, (Eds.) The Roth Family: Anthropology and Colonial Administration. UCL Press

Chan, K., Satterfield, T., & Goldstein, J. (2012). Rethinking Ecosystem Services to Better Address and Navigate Cultural Values. Ecological Economics, 74, 8-18

Chan, K. & Satterfield, T. (2008).  Justice, equity, and biodiversity.  In S. Levin et al. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity.  San Diego, CA: Elsevier Inc.

Collard, R., Dempsey, J., & Sundberg, J. (2015). A Manifesto for Abundant Futures, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105(2): 322-330.

Cook, C. & Bakker, K. (2012). Water Security: Debating an emerging paradigm. Global Environmental Change, 22(1), 94-102.

Conti, J., Satterfield, T., & Harthorn, B. (2011). Vulnerability and Social Justice as Factors in Emergent US Nanotechnology Risk Perceptions. Risk Analysis, 31(11), 1734-1748.

Donatuto, J., Satterfield, T., & Gregory, R. (2011). Poisoning the body to nourish the soul: Prioritizing health risks and impacts in a Native American Community. Health, Risk and Society, 13(2), 103-12.

Gibb, N. & Wittman, H. (2013). Parallel alternatives: Chinese-Canadian farmers and the Metro Vancouver local food movement. Local Environment, 18(1), 1–19.

Harris, L. (2014). Imaginative Geographies of Green: Environmental Narratives and Socio- spatial Difference in Contemporary Turkey of the Association of American Geographers 104 (4) 801-815.

Harris, L. (2005). Negotiating Inequalities: Democracy, Gender, and the Politics of Difference in Water User Groups in Southeastern Turkey. In F. Adaman and M. Arsel (Eds.) Turkish Environmentalism: Between Democracy and Development, Aldershot, Ashgate, 185-200

Harris, L. (2006). Irrigation, Gender, and Social Geographies of Waterscape Evolution in Southeastern Turkey. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 24(2), 187 – 213.

Harris, L. (2008). Modernizing the Nation: Postcolonialism, (Post)Development, and Ambivalent Spaces of Difference in Southeastern Turkey. Geoforum, 39(5), 1698-1708.

Harris, L. (2008). Water Rich, Resource Poor: Intersections of Gender, Poverty and Vulnerability in Newly Irrigated Areas of Southeastern Turkey. World Development, 36(12), 2643-2662.

Harris, L. (2009). Gender and Emergent Water Governance: Comparative Overview of Neoliberalized Natures and Gender Dimensions of Privatization, Devolution, and Marketization. Gender, Place and Culture, 16(4), 387 – 408.

Harris, L. (2011). Neo(liberal) citizens of Europe: politics, scales, and visibilities of environmental citizenship in contemporary Turkey. Citizenship Studies, 15(6-7), 837-859.

Kleiber, D., Harris, L. & Vincent, A, (2014). Gender and Small-Scale Fisheries: a case for counting women and beyond. Fish and Fisheries.

Kleiber, D., Harris, L., & Vincent, A. (2014). Improving Fisheries Estimates by Including Women’s Catch in the Central Philippines. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71 (5): 656-664.

Kleiber, D., Blight, L. K., Caldwell, I. R., & Vincent, A. C. J. (2011). The importance of seahorses and pipefishes in the diet of marine animals. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 21(2), 205- 223.

Kleiber, D., Harris, L. M., Vincent, A. C. J., & Rochet, M. (2014). Improving fisheries estimates by including women’s catch in the central philippines. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, , 1-9. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2013-0177

Kleiber, D., Harris, L.M., & Vincent, A.C.J. (2014b). Gender and small-scale fisheries: a case for counting women and beyond. Fish and Fisheries.

Kooy, M. and Bakker, K. (2008). Technologies of Government: Constituting Subjectivities, Spaces, and Infrastructures in Colonial and Contemporary Jakarta. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32(2), 375 – 391.

Latta, A.& H. Wittman. (2012). Environment and Citizenship in Latin America: Natures, Subjects, and Struggles. New York: Berghahn

Loo, T. & Stanley, M. (2011). An Environmental History of Progress: Damming the Peace and Columbia Rivers. Canadian Historical Review, 92(3), 399-427.

Loo, T. (2007). Disturbing the Peace: Environment and Justice on a Northern River, Environmental History, 12(4), 895-919.

Loo, T. (2006). States of nature: Conserving Canada’s wildlife in the twentieth century. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press

Loo, T. (2004). People in the Way: Modernity, Environment, and Society on the Arrow Lakes. BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly, 142(3), 161-196.

Loo, T. (2001). Of Moose and Men: hunting for masculinities in British Columbia, 1880 – 1939. Western Historical Quarterly, 32, 296 – 319.

Low, M. & Shaw, K. (2011). Indigenous Rights and Environmental Governance: Lessons from the Great Bear Rainforest. BC Studies, 172, 9-33

Mawani, R. (2009). Colonial Proximities: Crossracial Encounters and Juridical Truths in British Columbia, 1871-1921. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Mawani, R. (2007). Legalities of nature: Law, empire, and wilderness landscapes in Canada. Social Identities, 13(6),715-734.

Mawani, R. (2005). Genealogies of the Land: Aboriginality, Law, and Territory in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. Social & legal studies, 14(3), 315-339.

Mawani, R. (2003). Imperial Legacies (Post) Colonial Identities: Law, Space and the Making of Stanley Park, 1859-2001. Law Text Culture, 7, 98-141.

Morales, M. & Harris, L. (2014). Using Subjectivity and Emotion to Reconsider Participatory Natural Resource Management World Development 64, 703-712..

Morales, M., Harris, L., & Öberg, G. (2014). Citizenshit: The Right to Flush and the Urban Sanitation Imaginary. Environment and Planning A. 46 (12): 2816-2833.
Morinville, C. & Harris, L. (2014). Participation, Politics and Panaceas: Exploring the possibilities and limits of participatory urban water governance in Accra, Ghana Ecology and Society Ecology and Society 19(3): 36.

Morinville, C., & L. Rodina. (2013). Rethinking the Human Right to Water: Water Access  and Dispossession in Botswana’s Central Kalahari Game ReserveGeoforum, 49: 150-159.

Muehlmann, S. (2009). How do real Indians fish? Neoliberal multiculturalism and contested Indigeneities in the Colorado delta. American Anthropologist, 111(4), 468-479.

Nardizzi, V. (2011). Wooden Slavery. PMLA.Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 126(2), 313.

Robertson, L. & the Kwaguł Gixsam. (2012). Standing Up with Ga’ax̱sta’las: Jane Constance Cook and the Politics of Memory, Church and Custom. Vancouver: University of British Columbia.

Satterfield, T., RobertsonL., Turner, N. & Pitts, A. (2012). Being Gitka’a’ata: A Baseline Report on the Gitka’a’ata Way of Life, a Statement of Cultural Impacts Posed by the Northern Gateway Pipeline, and a Critique of the ENGP Assessment Regarding Cultural Impacts. Gitga’at First Nation, Hartley Bay, BC.

Satterfield, T., Gregory, R., Klain, S., & Chan, K. (2013). Culture, Intangibles and Metrics in Environmental Management. Journal of Environmental Management, 117, 101-114.

Sundberg, J. (2014). Decolonizing posthumanist geographies. Cultural geographies, 21(1) 33– 47.

Sundberg, J. (2011). Diabolic Caminos in the desert and cat fights on the Rio: a posthumanist political ecology of boundary enforcement in the United States–Mexico borderlands. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101(2), 318-336.

Sundberg, J. (2008). Placing race in environmental justice research in Latin America. Society and Natural Resources, 21(7), 569-582.

Sundberg, J. (2006). Conservation encounters: transculturation in the ‘contact zones’ of empire. Cultural Geographies, 13(2), 239-265.

Sundberg, J. (2004). Identities in the making: conservation, gender and race in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. Gender, Place & Culture, 11(1), 43-66.

Sundberg, J. (2003). Conservation and democratization: constituting citizenship in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. Political Geography, 22(7), 715-740.

Timko, J. & Satterfield, T. (2008). Criteria and Indicators for Evaluating Socio-Cultural and Ecological Effectiveness in National Parks and Protected Areas. Natural Areas Journal, 8(3), 307- 319.

Timko, J & Satterfield, T. (2008). Seeking Social Equity in National Parks: Experiments with Evaluation in Canada and South Africa. Conservation and Society 6(3), 1-17.

Tsering, T. (2014). Social inequality and resource management : gender, caste and class in the rural Himalayas. Vancouver: University of British Columbia.

Witter, R. (2013). Elephant-induced displacement and the power of choice: Moral narratives and conservation related resettlement in Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. Conservation & Society 11: 406-419.

Witter, R. and Satterfield, T. 2014. Invisible Losses and the Logics of Resettlement Compensation. Conservation Biology 28(5): 1394-1402.

Wittman, H. (2011). Food Sovereignty: A New Rights Framework for Food and Nature? Environment and Society: Advances in Research, 2(1), 87-105.

Wittman, H., Desmarais, A., & Wiebe, N. (2010) Food Sovereignty: Reconnecting Food, Nature and Community. Halifax: Fernwood.

Wittman, H. (2009). Reworking the metabolic rift: La Via Campesina, agrarian citizenship, and   food sovereignty. The Journal of Peasant Studies, 36(4), 805-826.

Wittman, H. & Caron, C. (2009). Carbon offsets and inequality: social costs and co-benefits in Guatemala and Sri Lanka. Society and Natural Resources, 22(8), 710-726.

Wittman, H. & Geisler, C. (2005). Negotiating locality: Decentralization and communal forest management in the Guatemalan highlands. Human Organization, 64(1), 62-74.

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