Past Visiting Scholars
- Allison Hayes-Conroy, Ph.D. (Department of Geography, Clark University).
Environmental Geography: A Feminist Perspective. Fall 2009.
- Judith Pajo, Ph.D. (Department of Anthropology, University of California, Irvine).
Social Studies of Garbage: Culture of Waste. Spring 2009.
- Yuegin Xia, Ph.D. (School of Foreign Languages, Yangtze University, Hubie, China).
China’s Environmental Issues. Spring 2008.
- Geoffrey I. Nwaka, Ph.D. (Urban Studies, Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria).
Planning Environmentally Sound Cities in Africa. Fall 2006.
- Frans Verhagen, Ph.D. (Sociology, CUNY; Director, Sustainability, Education, and Research).
Sustainable Communities in Metro New York Region: Fact, Fiction and a Value-Based Planning Framework. Spring 2006.
- Yoko Ikeda, Ph.D. Candidate (Department of Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center).
Digging-Up New York City: Urban Gardens and Sustainable Communities. Fall 2005.
- Noel Brown, Ph.D. (Center for Ocean Studies, University of Halifax).
A Curriculum for Sustainable Development. Spring 2005.
- Hune Margulies, Ph.D. (Religious Studies, Columbia University).
Secular Discourses of the Sacred in Spinoza and Buber and their Contributions to Ecological Socialism. Fall 2004.
- Dana Taplin, Ph.D. (Department of Environmental Psychology, CUNY Graduate Center).
Bridging the Divide Between User Value Research and Scholarly Environmental Discourse. Spring 2004.
- Ned Kaufman, Ph.D. (Historic Preservation, Pratt Institute).
Impact of Land-Use Laws and Customs on the Ability of Communities with Close Ties to Place and Environment to Maintain Cultural Traditions. Fall 2003.
- Johnelle Lamarque, Ph.D. (Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University).
Ethnographic Examination of the Public Trust Doctrine and Coastal Resources in a Context of Gentrification. Spring 2003.
- Christian Diehm Ph.D. (Department of Philosophy, Villanova University).
Ecofeminism and the Ecological Self. Fall 2002.
- Andrew Light, Ph.D. (Department of Humanities, Steinhardt School, New York University).
Contemporary Environmental Ethics: From Metaethics to Public Philosophy. Spring 2002.
- Melissa Clarke, Ph.D. (Department of Philosophy, College of Saint Rose).
Agency and Resistance: The Case of the Hudson River. Fall 2001.