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History of Art at Mount Holyoke College, 1872-1914
Area Expansion Versus Effective and Equitable Management in International Marine Protected Areas Goals and Targets
(Marine Policy, 2019)
This paper draws on the published literature on marine protected areas (MPAs) and marine protected areas targets to argue that the MPA target (14.5) will dominate in the pursuit, measurement, and evaluation of the much ...
The Two Careers of Henrietta Hooker (1851-1929)
Henrietta Edgecomb Hooker was one of several teachers of Mount Holyoke’s faculty who rose to prominence in the last quarter of the 19th century. Foremost among the teachers of science were Lydia Shattuck ’51 (1822-89), an ...
Doing Strong Collaborative Fieldwork In Human Geography
(Geographical Review, 2019)
Although increasingly common in the academy, collaboration is not yet the norm in human geography. Drawing on insights from ten years of experience with collaborative event ethnography (CEE), we argue that strong approaches ...
Environmental Governance in Motion: Practices of Assemblage and the Political Performativity of Economistic Conservation
(World Development, 2019)
This article critically explores the dynamic, constitutive processes that animate economistic conservation and sustainable development as an expression of governance-beyond-the-state. I focus attention on governance in ...
Assembling Global Conservation Governance
As the configuration of global environmental governance has become more complex over the past fifty years, numerous scholars have underscored the importance of understanding the transnational networks of public, private ...