Profile: Gabriela Kuetting

Graduate Program Director and Professor

Department of Political Science, Global Urban Studies/Urban Systems Ph.D.
  • Associated Programs

    Division of Global Affairs

  • Education

    BA, MSc, DPhil (Sussex)

  • Publications

    Publications in the past 5 years:

    (a) Books

    2010: The global political economy of environment and tourism, Palgrave Macmillan.

    (b) Edited Books

    2010: Global Environmental Politics, Routledge, London and New York.

    2009: Environmental Governance; power and knowledge in a local-global world (with Ronnie Lipschutz), Routledge, London and New York.

     (c) Articles in refereed journals

    2012 (forthcoming): ‘Nature Conservation Law in Context: The Limited Influence of European Union and Greek Designations on the Future of Cavo Sidero, Crete’, Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, 15 (1).

    2007: ‘Environment, Development and the Global Perspective: from critical security to critical globalization’, Nature and Culture, Vol. 2 (1), 49-66.

    (d) Book chapters

    2011: ‘Conflict and Cooperation in the Mediterranean: MAP from 1975 to Today’ in Shlomi Dinar (ed), Rethinking Environmental Conflict: Scarcity, Degradation and the Development of International Cooperation, MIT Press.

    2011 (forthcoming): ‘Global Governance and Environmental Politics’ inEdwin Amenta, Kate Nash and Alan Scott (eds), The New Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology, Blackwell Publishers (co-authored with Brenda Holzinger).

    2008: ‘A global political economy of textiles: from the global to the local and back again’, in Ken Conca, Matthias Finger & Jacob Park (eds), The crisis of global environmental governance, Routledge.

  • Subjects Taught

    Global Environmental Politics, Politics of Development, European Politics

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