Carolyn Finney

  • Assistant Professor
  • Identity, representation, difference and place; race and natural resource management policy, participatory research and new frameworks of engagement; the role of art and story in engaging community participation; climate change and privilege
  • Environmental and Sustainability Studies
  • Geography
805 Patterson Office Tower
859-218-6664
Other Affiliations:
  • American Association of Geographers
Assistant Professor

Identity, representation, difference and place; race and natural resource management policy, participatory research and new frameworks of engagement; the role of art in engaging community participation in environmental decision-making; environmental narratives; climate change and privilege; feminist geography; African-American studies; racialization of nature; oral history; political ecology; gender, tourism and environment in Nepal

Selected Publications: 

Finney, C. 2014.  Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors. University of North Carolina Press.

Finney, C.  2014.  Doing it Old School: Reflections on Giving Back.  Journal of Research Practice Athabasca University Press, Canada

Finney, C.  2013. Ode to New York: A Performance Piece.  Center for Humans and Nature (http://www.humansandnature.org/urban-land-ethic---carolyn-finney-respons...)

Finney, C.  2013. Brave New World? Ruminations on Race in the 21st Century. Antipode (early view online Wiley-Blackwell).

Finney, C.  2012.  Child’s Play: Finding the Green in the In Between.  In Companions in Wonder: Reflections on Children and Adults Exploring Nature, Julie Dunlap and Steven Kellert, editors, MIT Press.

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