Publications

LiKEN Publications

Powell, Dana and Julie Maldonado, eds. (2017) Just Environmental and Climate Pathways: Knowledge Exchange Among Community Organizers, Scholar-Activists, Citizen-Scientists and Artists. Workshop report. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. 28 March 2017. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Climate-Pathways-Workshop-Report_Santa-Fe_March-2017

 

 

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Staff Publications

Mary Hufford

Forthcoming. Deep Commoning: Public Folklore and Environmental Policy on a Resource Frontier. International Journal of Heritage Studies

 

2014. “Groundtruthing the public trust: ethnography, mountaintop retention, and the reclamation of NEPA”. 36 (4): 52-54. Fall.

 

2013 “Edgework and Boundary Crossings: Assessing Foundations for Public Ecology in the Appalachian Region” (co-authored with Mary Hufford) Proceedings of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration in “Environmental Considerations in Energy Production”. Pp. 99-110.

 

2012. Who Knows? Who Tells? Creating a Knowledge Commons by Anita Puckett, Elizabeth Fine, Mary Hufford, Ann Kingsolver, and Betsy Taylor Published in (Eds) Steve Fisher and Barbara Ellen Smith, Transforming places: lessons in movement-building from Appalachia. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, pp. 239-251

 

2008. “From West Africa to West Philadelphia: Storytelling Traditions of Philadelphia’s Liberian Elders. A Collaborative Project of The Center for Folklore and Ethnography, University of Pennsylvania and The Agape African Senior Citizens Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

2007. “Ethnographic overview and assessment:  New River Gorge and Gauley River National Recreation Area”, Report published by The Center for Folklore and Ethnography, University of Pennsylvania & the Northeast Region Ethnography Program, National Park Service.  Boston, MA.  September 2007

 

2007.  “Piecing together the fragments: an ethnography of leadership for shared prosperity in north central Philadelphia 2004-2005”, report by Mary Hufford and Rosina Miller Center for Folklore and Ethnography University of Pennsylvania

 


Julie Maldonado

Maldonado, Julie, Betsy Taylor, and Mary Hufford. 2016. “The Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network: Grow Where You Are.” Practicing Anthropology, Special Issue: Activism, Agency and Engagement with Extraction, J Simonelli and S Fiske, co-editors. 38(3).

 

Books

Maldonado, JK. 2018. Seeking Justice in an Energy Sacrifice Zone: Standing on Vanishing Land in Coastal Louisiana. London/New York: Routledge Press.

 

Cernea, M and JK Maldonado. 2018. Challenging the Prevailing Displacement and Resettlement Paradigm: Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, and Solutions. London/New York Routledge Press.

 

Maldonado, JK, R Pandya, and B Colombi, eds. 2014. Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples in the United States: Impacts, Experiences and Actions. Cham, Switzerland, Springer Publishing International. Reprinting of Maldonado, JK, R Pandya, and B Colombi, eds. 2013. Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples in the United States: Impacts, Experiences and Actions. Climatic Change 120(3).

 

Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

Maldonado, JK. 2016. Considering Culture in Disaster Practice. Annals of Anthropological Practice. AJ Faas, editor, Special Issue.

 

Maldonado, JK, B Taylor, and M Hufford. 2016. The Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network: Grow Where You Are. Practicing Anthropology, Special Issue: Activism, Agency and Engagement with Extraction, J Simonelli and S Fiske, co-editors. 38(3).

 

Maldonado, JK, TMB Bennett, K Chief, P Cochran, K Cozzetto, B Gough, MH Redsteer, K Lynn, N Maynard, G Voggesser. 2016. Engagement With Indigenous Peoples and Honoring Traditional Knowledge Systems. Climatic Change 135: 111-126.

 

Maldonado, JK. 2014. A Multiple Knowledge Approach for Adaptation to Environmental Change: Lessons Learned from Coastal Louisiana’s Tribal Communities. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 61-82.

 

Maldonado, JK, C Shearer, R Bronen, K Peterson and H Lazrus. 2013. The Impact of Climate Change on Tribal Communities in the US: Displacement, Relocation, and Human Rights. Climatic Change 120(3): 601-614.

 

Maldonado, JK. 2012. A New Path Forward: Researching and Reflecting on Forced Displacement and Resettlement. Report on the International Resettlement Conference: Economics, Social Justice, and Ethics in Development-Caused Involuntary Migration, The Hague, 4-8 October 2010. Journal of Refugee Studies 25(2): 193-220.

 

Book Chapters (peer-reviewed)

Hiza Redsteer, M, I Krupnik, and JK Maldonado. Forthcoming. Native American Communities and Climate Change. In Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 1 – Introduction. Igor Krupnik, ed. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.

 

Faas, AJ, R Barrios, E Marino, and J Maldonado. Forthcoming. Disaster and Climate Change-related Displacements and Resettlements: Cultural and Political Ecologies of Space, Power, and Practice. In The Angry Earth, second edition. A Oliver-Smith and S Hoffman, eds. Informa UK, Limited.

 

Maldonado, JK and K Peterson. 2018. A Community-based Model for Resettlement: Lessons from Coastal Louisiana. In The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Displacement and Migration. R McLeman and F Gemenne, eds. Routledge Press.

 

Bronen, R, JK Maldonado, E Marino, and P Hardison. 2018. Climate Change and Displacement: Challenges and Needs to Address an Imminent Reality. In Challenging the Prevailing Displacement and Resettlement Paradigm: Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, and Solutions. M Cernea and JK Maldonado, eds. London/New York Routledge Press.

 

Cernea, M and JK Maldonado. Forthcoming. Social Science Knowledge and Normative Systems in Involuntary Population Resettlement. In Challenging the Prevailing Displacement and Resettlement Paradigm: Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, and Solutions. M Cernea and JK Maldonado, eds. London/New York Routledge Press.

 

Maldonado, JK. 2017. Corexit to Forget It: The Transformation of Coastal Louisiana into an Energy Sacrifice Zone. In ExtrACTION: Impacts, Engagements and Alternative Futures. K Jalbert, A Willow, S Paladino, and D Casagrande, eds. London/New York: Routledge Press.

 

Maldonado, JK. 2016. The Practical and Policy Relevance of Social Network Analysis for Disaster Response, Recovery and Adaptation. In Social Network Analysis in Disaster Response, Recovery, and Adaptation. E Jones and AJ Faas, eds. Pp. 255-268. Elsevier.

 

Maldonado, JK, H Lazrus, B Gough, SK Bennett, K Chief, C Dhillon, L Kruger, J Morisette, S Petrovic, K Whyte. 2016. The Story of Rising Voices: Facilitating Collaboration between Indigenous and Western Ways of Knowing. In Responses to Disasters and Climate Change: Understanding Vulnerability and Fostering Resilience. MCompanion and M Chaiken, eds. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

Peterson, KJ and JK Maldonado. 2016. When Adaptation is Not Enough: Between Now and Then of Community-led Resettlement. In Anthropology and Climate Change, 2nd edition. S Crate and M Nuttall, eds. London/New York: Routledge Press.

 

Maldonado, JK, AP Naquin, T Dardar, S Parfait-Dardar and B Bagwell. 2015. Above the Rising Tide: Coastal Louisiana’s Tribal Communities Apply Local Strategies and Knowledge to Adapt to Rapid Environmental Change. In Disasters’ Impact on Livelihood and Cultural Survival: Losses, Opportunities, and Mitigation. M Companion, ed. Pp. 239-253. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

Reports

Gonzalez, P, G Garfin, D Breshears, K Brooks, H Brown, E Elias, A Gunasekara, N Huntly, J Maldonado, N Mantua, H Margolis, S McAfee, and BR Middleton (forthcoming, 2018) Chapter 25 “Southwest.” In Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States. US Global Change Research Program.

 

Maldonado, J and K Cozzetto. 2018. Gila River Indian Community Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Project: Workshop Series Summary Report.

 

Maldonado, J, N Cooley, and K Cozzetto. 2018. Navajo Nation Climate Change Adaptation Planning Workshop: Establishing Natural Resource Priorities. Summary Report.

 

Cozzetto K, J Maldonado, S Fluharty, J Hostler, C Cosby. 2018. Yurok Tribe Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Water and Aquatic Resources. 1 Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP), Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. 2 Yurok Tribe Department of Environmental Quality (YTEP), Klamath, CA.

 

Powell, D and J Maldonado, eds. 2017. Just Environmental and Climate Pathways: Knowledge Exchange Among Community Organizers, Scholar-Activists, Citizen-Scientists and Artists. Workshop report. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. 28 March 2017. Santa Fe, New Mexico. http://likenknowledge.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Climate-Pathways-Workshop-Report_Santa-Fe_March-2017_Final.pdf

 

Bennett, TM B, NG Maynard, P Cochran, R Gough, K Lynn, J Maldonado, G Voggesser, S Wotkyns, and K Cozzetto. 2014. Ch. 12: Indigenous Peoples, Lands, and Resources. In Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. JM Melillo, TC Richmond, and GW Yohe, eds. Pp. 297-317. U.S. Global Change Research Program. http://nca2014.globalchange.gov

 

 


Betsy Taylor

2017 (Lead author, Lyndsay Tarus, with co-author, Mary Hufford).  “A Green New Deal for Appalachia: Economic Transition, Coal Reclamation Costs, Bottom-Up Policymaking (Part 2)”, Journal of Appalachian Studies, 23(2):151-169. Fall.

 

2017 (co-authored with Kendall Bilbrey, Mary Hufford).  “A Green New Deal for Appalachia: Economic Transition, Coal Reclamation Costs, Bottom-Up Policymaking (Part 1)”, Journal of Appalachian Studies, 23(1):8-28. Spring.

 

2014 Economic Transition in Central Appalachia: Knowledge/Power Mapping for Bottom-Up Policy (co-authored with Dan Taylor, Bill Price, Andrew Munn) for special issue on Appalachia, in special issue on “Appalachia and “the Commons”: An Introduction”, Practicing Anthropology 36 (4): 13-18

 

2014 “A Journalistic Selfie: An urban reporter’s cure for rural poverty tells us more about her own bias than it does about what might work for distressed communities suffering from the ‘resource curse’”, op-ed in The Daily Yonder . July 8.

 

2013 “Should the U.S. Join the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative?”, Huffington Post, Impact Section, May 29

 

2012 “Social Theory, Appalachian Studies, and the Challenge of Global Regions: The UK Rockefeller Fellowship Project, 2001-2005.”, (co-authored with Ana Isla & Lynne Faltraco), in Academics and Activists: Confronting Ecological and Community Crisis in Appalachia, Stephanie McSpirit, Lynne Faltraco and Conner Bailey (Eds.), Lexington:  University Press of Kentucky, pp. 217-233

 

2012 “Best practices in ethical planning of professional meetings News: a Publication of the Society for Applied Anthropology. 23(4): 26-28

 

2009 “‘Place’ as pre-political grounds of democracy: an Appalachian case study in class conflict, forest politics and civic networks, American Behavioral Scientist, in special issue on “Democracy in an Age of Networked Governance: Charting the Currents of Change” (edited by Joyce Rothschild and Max Stephenson, Jr.). 52(6): 826–45