Robert R. Curry
Raymond F. Dasmann
Bryan H. Farrell
Steven R. Gliessman
Research: Agroecology/Natural History; Agroecology, sustainable agriculture, tropical agriculture, ecology, natural history, California vegetation; Stephen Gliessman's research is carried out within the framework of ecological interactions in agroecosystems and the conversion of conventional food systems to sustainability, from the field to the table. Projects are in progress on the application of agroecological concepts to food system educational and extension programs around the world. His research stresses the inter-disciplinary interaction between culture and environment as reflected in our food systems. His most current work is connected to the non-profit Community Agroecology Network that partners with rural communities in Central America and Mexico to develop sustainable farming practices, enable food security and sovereignty, and create opportunities for young people within their communities so they become the leaders in local sustainability movements.Selected Publications:
Gliessman, S. R. 2007. Agroecology: The Ecology of Sustainable Food Systems. 2nd Edition, CRC/Taylor&Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL.
Gliessman, S.R., and M.E. Rosemeyer. 2010. The Conversion to Sustainable Agriculture: Principles, Practices, and Processes. Series in Agroecology. CRC/Taylor&Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL.
Gliessman, S. R., M. R. Werner, S. L. Swezey, E. Caswell, J. Cochran, and F. Rosado-May. 1996. "Conversion to organic strawberry management changes ecological processes." California Agriculture 50:24Ð31.
Gliessman, S.R. 2008-Present, Editorials for each Issue of the Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, for which he is the Editor.
Gliessman, S. R. (ed.). 1990. Agroecology: Researching the Ecological Basis for Sustainable Agriculture. Ecological Studies Series no. 78. New York: Springer-Verlag.
David E. Goodman
Research: Rural and agro-food studies,development and political economy, and nature-society relations. David Goodman's research is informed by political economy, critical social theory, and an engagement with emerging literatures on nature-society relations.These interests currently are focused on agro-food networks, including consumption issues, the political ecology of North-South interactions, globalization and regionalism, and the metabolic relations of everyday life. These research themes complement past and continuing work on rural development in Brazil, global agro-food networks, and the technological reconfiguration of agricultural natureSelected Publications:
Goodman, D., and M. I. FitzSimmons. Forthcoming. "Incorporating nature: Environmental narratives and the reproduction of food."
In N. Castree and B. Wilhelms-Braun (eds.), The Production of Nature at the End of the Twentieth Century. London and New York: Routledge.
Goodman, D. 1997. "World-scale processes and agro-food systems: Critique and research needs."Review of International Political Economy 4(4).
Goodman, D., and R. B. Howarth. 1997. "International trade and sustainable development." In S. Kamieniecki, G. A. Gonzalez, and R. O. Vos (eds.), Flashpoint in Environmental Policymaking: Controversies in Achieving Sustainability. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 257-277.
Goodman, D., and M. Watts. 1997. "Global appetite, local metabolism: Nature, culture and industry in fin-de-siècle agro-food systems." Ch. 1 in D. Goodman and M. Watts (eds.), Globalizing Food: Agrarian Questions and Global Restructuring. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1-32.
Goodman, D., and M. Watts (eds.). 1997. Globalizing Food: Agrarian Questions and Global Restructuring. London and New York: Routledge.Paul L. Niebanck
James E. Pepper
Research:Environmental economics, environmental and natural resource economics, economics of sustainable development, political economy of water, and the interaction of environmental problems and political conflict.
Selected Publications:Currents Article: New Global Policy Brief web site gets crucial information out quickly2003 Socio-Economic Roots of Radicalism? Towards Explaining the Appeal of Islamic Radicals. Carlisle, PA: Stategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College (July)
2002 Coping with Water Scarcity: The Governance Challenge. San Diego: Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation of the University of California, Policy Paper #54 (November)
1996 A Political Economy of the Middle East (with John Waterbury). Boulder and London: Westview Press, Second Edition.
2003 Modernity and Economic Development: The New‚ American Messianism Middle East Policy, Vol 10, Number 3 (Fall, 2003), pp. 56-78.
2002 On Transition from Authoritarian Rule and the Democratic Potential of Arab Regimes. Newsletter of the Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran, & Turkey. Cairo: The World Bank, Volume 9, No 2, pp. 12-13.
2002 Inter-state Water Disputes in India: Institutions and Policies (co-authored with Nirvikar Singh), International Journal of Water Resources Development 18, 4 , 615-629, (October).
2002 Socio-Economic Roots of Radicalism, Naval War College Review, LV, 4 (Autumn). [peer reviewed]
2001 At War with Utopian Fanatics, Middle East Policy, VIII, 4 (December), 5-9.
2001 No Easy Exit: Property Rights, Markets and Negotiations over Water, co-authored with Nirvikar Singh, Water Resources Development, 17, 3 July,409-425. [peer reviewed]
Michael E. Soulé