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Additional Reading/References

To follow up on some of the topics that are discussed in the course, check out the following references:



Week One

L Tuhuwai Smith (1999) Research through imperial eyes, Chapter 2 in Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, Zed Books, 42-57.

S Wilson (2009) Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods, Fernwood: The Elements of an Indigenous Research Paradigm, 69-80.

S Wilson (2009) Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods, Fernwood: Relationality, 80-96.

Week Two

Mercury in California

Oak Flat:

Oak Flat Videos:

Week Three

Global Justice Now (2015) Gated Development - is the Gates Foundation always a force for good?

W EH Blum (2013) Soil and Land Resources for Agricultural Production: General Trends and Future Scenarios-A Worldwide Perspective, International Soil and Water Conservation Research
1:3, 1–14.

Week Four

Additional Reading:
E Alvarado, M Benjamin, and Institute for Food and Development Policy (Oakland,
Calif.) (1989) Don't be afraid, gringo: A Honduran woman speaks from the heart: the story of Elvia Alvarado, Harper & Row. Chapters. 8-10, 13, 14.

D Quist and I Chapela (2001) Transgenic DNA introgressed into traditional maize landraces in Oaxaca, Mexico, Nature, 541-543.

Assadi, M. 2006. Farmers' Suicide in India: Agrarian Crisis, Path of Development and Politics in Karnataka

Peasant Agroecology for Food Sovereignty and Mother Earth, experiences of La Via Campesina South Asia pg 20 to 26, 34-35

Waltz, E. 2009. GM crops: Battlefield. Nature 461n 27-32. talks about scientific community backlash to Rosi-Marshall paper

P McIntosh (????) The Invisible Knapsack, ??.

Pechlaner, G and G Otero. 2008. The Third Food Regime: Neoliberal Globalism and Agricultural Biotechnology in North America. Sociologia Ruralis, 48:4

Week Five

KC Williams (1994) Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color, in M Albertson Fineman and R Mykitiuk, eds, The Public Nature of Private Violence, Routledge, 93-118.

Week Six

JN Kittinger, LT Teneva, H Koike, KA Stamoulis, DS Kittinger, KLL Oleson et al. (2015) From Reef to Table: Social and Ecological Factors Affecting Coral Reef Fisheries, Artisanal Seafood Supply Chains, and Seafood Security. PLoS ONE 10:8, e0123856. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0123856

X Basurto, E Blanco, M Nenadovic, B Vollan (2016) Integrating simultaneous prosocial and antisocial behavior into theories of collective action. Science Advances, 2:3, e1501220, DOI: 10:1125/sciadv.1501220.

Week Seven

HA Giroux (2006) Reading Hurricane Katrina: Race, Class, and the Biopolitics of Disposability, College Literature 33:3, 171-196 (25pp.)

W Churchill (1999) A Breach of Trust: The Radioactive Colonization of Native North America, American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 23:4, 23-69.

L Pulido, Sidawi and RO Vos (1996) An Archaeology of Environmental Racism in Los Angeles, Urban Geography 17:5, 419-­439.

Week Eight

Elements of Basic Petroleum Geology

Fracking explained: opportunity or danger (video)

Katsi Cook “Women are the First Environment”

More Info on Man Camps

Man Camps Fact Sheet

Fracking Fact Sheet

Week Nine

S Navarro F and R Bessi (2016) The Dark Side of Clean Energy in Mexico, Wrong Kind of Green Feb 02, 2016

Week Ten

JM Cantzler, and M Huynh (2016) Native American Environmental Justice as Decolonization, American Behavioral Scientist, 60, 203-223.