Rebecca Lave | Faculty
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
Office: SB 312
Ph.D., 2008, UC Berkeley
MCP, 1997, MIT
- Critical physical geography
- Political Ecology
- Political Economy and Social Theory
- Science and Technology Studies
- Stream Restoration and Fluvial Geomorphology
- G208: Human/Environment Interactions
- G315: Environmental Conservation
- G316: Economic Geography
- G341: Ecological Restoration
- G449/549: Political Ecology
- Lave, Rebecca. 2012. Fields and Streams: Stream Restoration, Neoliberalism, and the Future of Environmental Science. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
- Lave, Rebecca. 2012. "Neoliberalism and the Production of Environmental Knowledge." Annual Review of Environment & Society no. 3 (1):19-38.
- Lave, Rebecca. 2012. "Bridging Political Ecology and STS: A Field Analysis of the Rosgen Wars." Annals of the Association of American Geographers no. 102 (2):366-382.
- Lave, Rebecca, Martin W. Doyle, and Morgan M. Robertson. 2010. "Privatizing stream restoration in the U.S." Social Studies of Science no. 40 (5):677-703.
- Lave, R. 2009. "The controversy over Natural Channel Design: Substantive explanations and potential avenues for resolution." Journal of the American Water Resources Association no. 45 (6):1519-1532.
- Bernhardt, E.S., M.A. Palmer, J. D. Allan, G. Alexander, K. Barnas, S. Brooks, J. Carr, S. Clayton, C. Dahm, J. Follstad-Shah, D. Galat, S. Gloss, P. Goodwin, D. Hart, B. Hassett, R. Jenkinson, S. Katz, G. M.
Kondolf, P. S. Lake, R. Lave, J. L. Meyer, T. K. O’Donnell, L. Pagano, B. Powell, and E. Sudduth. 2005. "Synthesizing U.S. River Restoration Efforts." Science no. 308:636-37.