Michael R. Dove

Margaret K. Musser Professor of Social Ecology; Professor of Anthropology, Curator of Anthropology Peabody Museum; Co-Coordinator, Joint F&ES/Anthropology Doctoral Program; Chair Council on Southeast Asian Studies

Masters Student Supervision

Baker, Dana. 2015. “Various Visions of Nature: Foraging, Fishing and Paradox in the Restoration of Urban Nature. The Case of New York City. (Fox Fellow).

Casson, Sarah. 2015. “Climate Resilience and Shifting Monsoons: Agricultural Adaptation at the Village Level in Communities of East Flores, Indonesia.”

Brown, Tim. 2015. “This is not about the science: Cultural identity and climate skepticism in the U.S.”

Alhadeff, Alexandra. 2015. “Numb to the World: Degradation Desensitization and Environmentally Responsible Behavior.”

LaCerva, Gina. 2015. “Rare and Untamed: The Transformation of Wild into Luxury”

Lord, Austin. 2014. “Citizens of a Hydropower Nation: Turbulence, Territory, and Mobility at the Frontier of Hydropower Development in Nepal”.

Fogerite, Julia. 2013. “Spirits in the Strangler Fig”.
Heindel, Naomi C. 2013. “A Changing Balance: Logging, Stewardship, and Participation in James Bay, Quebec”.

Busch, Kyra. 2012. “Innovating Curriculum for Food, Justice, and the Environment.”
Krishnan, Lakshmi. 2012. “Perspectives on Relocation and Conservation from a Tiger Reserve in Central India, Kanha”.
D’Souza, Shereen. 2012. “Carbon Market Co-Benefits? A Case Study Analysis of the Kenya Agricultural Carbon Project.”

Derrington, Erin. 2011. "Protecting Drinking Water Quality for Human and Environmental Health: Assessing Efforts to Ensure Safe Drinking Water in the United States”.

Li, Aitong. 2011. “The Paradoxical Power: Conservation and Development on the Tibetan High Plateau”.

Reed, Pablo. 2011. "REDD+ and the Indigenous Question: A Case Study from Ecuador." Forests 2, no. 2: 525-549. View online.

Collier, William, 2010: “Political Ecology of Agricultural Development and Food Security in Rift Valley, Kenya, 1880-2009.”

Frieberg, Justin, 2010: “The Urban Foodshed Collaborative Case Study.”

Hawkes, Katie, 2010: “Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) in Indonesia.”

Moore, Fran, 2010: “Defining Adaptation: Creating Knowledge in a New Area of Climate Change Policy.”

Takaki, Norio, 2009: “The Emergence of Trash Picker Cooperatives in Brasilia and the Challenges to Good Governance in Waste Management.”

Selby, Meg, 2009: “The Exhibitry of Conservation: Finding Red Ruffed Lemur.”

Manickam, Mira, 2008: “They Were Your’s All Along: Finding Dignity in Poverty in Thailand’s Troubled Pattani Province.”

Shmidt, Yuliya, 2008: “Effects of Tourism and Conservation: Processes of Delocalization in Tikal National Park, Guatemala.”

Conti, Vin, 2008: "Population Density and Environmentalism Among Indigenous Peoples."

Benson, Catherine, 2007: “Appropriation, Conceptions, Conservation: The Interaction of NGOs, Protected Areas, people, and Place in Papua New Guinea.”

Berendt, Scott, 2007: “Introduction of BT Cotton in Mali: Analysis of the Socio-Political Discourse.”

Bassani, Lisa, 2006: “Negotiating State Boundaries and the State ‘Domain’: A Case Study in Conservation and Development in Panama.”

Hicks, Emily, 2006: “The Indian Ocean Tsunami: Exploring its Impact Beyond the Waves.”

Keleman, Alder, 2006: "Crop Diversity in a Time of Change: A Case Study In Native Crop Maintenance in Sonora, Mexico."

Patel, Krupa, 2006: “Reconstructing the Political Boundary in the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation and Resource Area.”

Simmonds, Caroline, 2006: “Questioning the Road: the Social Landscape of the Bakili Muluzi Highway, Malawi.”

Pengsopha, Kaisone, 2005: “Poverty Study of a Hmong Ethnic Group: A Case Study at Vanghua Village, Toulakhom District, Vientiane Province, Lao PDR.”

Anand, Nikhil, 2004. “Thinking Activities: Real-izing Biodiversity Discourses in India.”

Granoff, Ilmi Muhaiyaddeen Elijah, 2004: “Boat-building on the Arapiuns: Prospects for Participatory Management.”

Iiyama, Yasuko, 2004. “The Environmental Impact of the World Bank’s Community Development Program in Indonesia.”

Woods, Kevin, 2004. “The Political Ecology of Ceasefires in Kachin State, Burma.”

Coffey, Kevin, 2003. “Crop Replacement, Adaptation, and a Tradition of Change: The History of Cabbage Production in a H’mong Village.”

De Silva, Naamal, 2003: “The Impact of Sea Turtle Hatcheries on Local Communities in Sri Lanka.”

Hays, Cassie, 2002. “Framing a House of Cards: The Ethnic Ace of Spades in Community Conservation.”

Lentz, Christian, 2001. “Conflicting Interpretations of Calamity: El Niño Drought and Economic Shock.”

Padwe, Jonathan, 2001. “Resolving land conflict along the border of the Mbaracayú Reserve, Paraguay.”

Susanto, Mochammad Luthfi, 2001. “____”.

Kostishack, Peter, 2000: “Management and Manipulation of Community Forests in Eastern Bolivia.”

Dhalins, Upikwira, 2000: “Adat Community as a Site of Power Exercise Reconstructing Adat in the Struggle for Rights of Ownership to Land in Pesisir Krui, West Lampung.”

Heyck-Williams, Shannon, 2000: “The UNDP’s Human Development IndexAn Incomplete Measure of Human Well-Being.”

Rhee, Steve, 1999: “Deploying Discourses and Articulating Representations” Community Forestry as a Locus to Strengthen, Negotiate and Contest the Constellations of Power.”

Allen, Glenn, 1998: “Foundations for a Socially Responsible Business: A Conceptual Business Plan.”

Gagnon, Paul, 1998. “Local Knowledge and Degrees of Indigenousness: Ethnobotanical Lore among the EsmeraldeZos of the Cayapas-Mataje National Mangrove Reserve of Northwestern Ecuador.”

Mastilovic, Jelena, 1998. “Linkages between Urbanization and Urban Development Policy in Indonesia.”