Davidson and Gismondi co-author new book “Challenging Legitimacy at the Precipice of Energy Calamity”

September 2011 – Dr. Debra Davidson (University of Alberta) and Dr. Michael Gismondi (Athabasca University) co-authored a new book: “Challenging Legitimacy at the Precipice of Energy Calamity“. From the publisher – Two intersecting moments of the Twenty-first Century define our … Continue reading

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Joanne Gaudet – Feature Profile

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We introduce you to: Joanne Gaudet, PhD Candidate (ABD), Sociology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario Personal Website How did you become interested in environmental sociology? During a qualifying study year before launching into my Sociology … Continue reading

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Making Meaning Out of Mountains

April 12, 2012 – Dr. Mark Stoddart (Memorial University of Newfoundland) authored a new book “Making Meaning Out of Mountains The Political Ecology of Skiing“. From the publisher – Mountains bear the imprint of human activity. Deep scars from logging … Continue reading

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Raymond Murphy – Feature Profile

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We introduce you to: Dr. Raymond Murphy, Emeritus Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada Personal webpage: http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/soc/eng/profdetails.asp?id=292 How did you become interested in environmental sociology? My interest developed gradually with many twists and turns.¬† I … Continue reading

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Nicole Klenk – Feature Profile

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We introduce you to: Dr. Nicole Klenk,¬†Departments of Physical and Environmental Sciences and Political Sciences at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) How did you become interested in environmental sociology? Environmental sociology provides me with useful theoretical frameworks and methodological … Continue reading

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