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【学术漫谈44】政治生态学的理路
Trajectories of Political Ecology

发布时间:2017/11/09  点击量:

特邀学人:南希佩卢索,美国加州大学伯克利分校环境科学、政策与管理系环境社会科学教授,林业政策专业亨利∙ J. 沃克斯特聘教授

主持人:叶敬忠 教授

语言:英语

时间:2017年11月10日(周五)15:00—16:30

地点:中国农业大学西校区(西校区)人文与发展学院CIAD008
北京·海淀区·圆明园西路2号,100193

联系人:潘璐,电话:18701331969,邮箱:panlu@cau.edu.cn

Speaker: Nancy Peluso, Henry J. Vaux Distinguished Professor of Forest Policy, Professor of Environmental Social Science in Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management in University of California (Berkeley), US

Moderator: Ye Jingzhong

Language: English

Time: 15:00 – 16:40, Friday 10 November 2017

Venue: Room 008, CIAD, West Campus

Contact: Pan Lu, Tel: 18701331969, Email: ledapan@gmail.com

 

 

特邀学人简介:

出生于1952年。1983年获美国康奈尔大学农村社会学硕士学位,1988年获该校农业与自然资源方向社会学博士学位。早年受聘于耶鲁大学林业与环境研究学院,自1997年起任教于加州大学伯克利分校,现为该校环境科学、政策与管理系环境社会科学教授,林业政策专业亨利∙J. 沃克斯特聘教授,地理学系兼职教授。同时担任国际顶尖学术期刊《农民研究》的编委。其研究领域涵盖环境政策、林学、环境研究、资源管理与政策、农村发展、环境社会学、政治生态学等多个主题。当前主要关注社会过程对陆上资源和沿海资源管理产生的影响,注重从资源获得、使用、控制过程等不同维度开展研究,以及对地方性、民族性和全球性等因素在资源管理的结构与过程中产生的影响进行对比。其代表作有《丰裕的森林、贫穷的人民:爪哇的资源控制与抗争》(1994)、《超越刀耕火种:婆罗洲热带雨林的本土化管理》(1997),同时参与编著《变迁中的婆罗洲:人民、森林、保护与发展》(1996)、《暴力的环境》(2001)、《土地控制的新边界》(2012)等多部著作。

Prof. Nancy Peluso was born in 1952 and got her Master degree in Rural Sociology in 1983 and later her Ph.D degree in Sociology of Agriculture and Natural Resources in 1988 both from Cornell University. She worked as Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Resource Policy in Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and then has been lecturing in University of California (Berkeley) since 1997. She serves now as a Henry J. Vaux Distinguished Professor of Forest Policy, Professor of Environmental Social Science in Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. She is also an Editorial Collective Member for The Journal of Peasant Studies. She has broad research interests in environmental policy, forestry, environmental studies, resource management and policy, rural development, environmental sociology, political ecology and etc. She now conducts research on the social processes that affect the management of land-based and coastal resources. Her work explores various dimensions of resource access, use, and control, while contrasting local, national, and international influences on management structures and processes. Her representative works include Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java (1994), Beyond Slash and Burn: Building on Indigenous Management of Borneo’s Tropical Rain Forests (1997). She also contributed to a lot of publications as editor including Borneo in Transition: People, Forests, Conservation, and Development (1996), Violent Environments (2001), New Frontiers of Land Control (2012).


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