Expected Graduation - Summer '19
Political Ecology, Political Economy, Anthropocene, novel ecologies, First World Political Ecology
Environmental sociology, environment and development, political economy, research design, writing, feminist composition
Honey bee health and beekeeping practices in the Anthropocene
Phil McMichael (Development Sociology), Steven Wolf (Natural Resources) Sara Pritchard (Science and Technology Studies)
- Andrews, E. & McCarthy, J. (2017). "Micropolitics in the Marcellus Shale". In L. Horowitz & M. Watts (Eds.), Grassroots Environmental Governance: Community engagements with industry (pp. 188-208). New York: Routledge.
- Andrews, E., & McCarthy, J. (2014). "Scale, shale, and the state: Political ecologies and legal geographies of shale gas development in Pennsylvania". Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 4(1), 7-16.
Expected Graduation - May '19
Agrarian political economy, rural sociology, geographies of development, world food systems, Middle East – North Africa history and society, southern theory
Theories of Development, Human Geography, Sociological Theory, Sociology of the Middle East and North Africa
Farmers, Fellaga, and Frenchmen: National Liberation and Post-Colonial Development in Tunisia
Phil McMichael (Development Sociology), Wendy Wolford (Development Sociology), & Fouad Makki (Development Sociology)
- Ajl, Max. (2018). “Auto-centered development and indigenous technics: Slaheddine el-Amami and Tunisian delinking". Journal of Peasant Studies.
- Ajl, Max. (2018). “Delinking, food sovereignty, and populist agronomy: notes on an intellectual history of the peasant path in the global South.” Review of African Political Economy.