Publications

(in prep) Himmelfarb, D. and Cavanagh, C.Territorializing Conservation, Territorializing the State:A Case Study of Conservation Conflict in Mount Elgon National Park. In Conservation and Development in Uganda, Chris Sandbrook, Connor J. Cavanagh, David M. Tumusiime, eds. London: Earthscan

(under review) Cavanagh, C. and Himmelfarb, D. Nature, Territory, and the Afterlives of Empire: Genealogies of Upland Hunter-gatherer Dispossession in East Africa.

2016     Johnson Gaither, C., Himmelfarb, D., Hitchner, S., Schelhas, J., Shepherd, M., and KC, B. ‘Where the Sidewalk Ends’: Examining the Potential for Climate Change Mitigation in Atlanta’s Cascade Community. City & Society 28(2):174-197

2014   Cavanagh, C. and Himmelfarb, D. “’Much in Blood and Money’: Necropolitical Ecology on the Margins of the Uganda Protectorate.” Antipode 47(1): 55-73

2014    Himmelfarb, D., Schelhas, J., Hitchner, S., Johnson-Gaither, C., Dunbar, K., Brosius, J.P. “Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Climate Change in the Southeastern United States.” In International Perspectives on Climate Change. International Perspectives on Climate Change: Latin America and Beyond, Walter Leal Filho, Fátima Alves, Sandra Caeiro, Ulisses M. Azeiteiroed, eds. New York: Springer Press

2007    Himmelfarb, D. “Locating Trade-offs in Conservation: Looking Back Over Three Decades of Changes in Conservation Practice and Decision Making.” Working Paper. Advancing Conservation in a Social Context, MacArthur Foundation and UGA

2006    Himmelfarb, D. “Moving People, Moving Boundaries: The Socio-Economic Effects of Protectionist Conservation, Involuntary, Resettlement and Tenure Insecurity on the Edge of Mt. Elgon National Park, Uganda.” Agroforestry in Landscape Mosaics Working Paper Series, World Agroforestry Centre. Reprinted in 2007 by African Highlands Initiative, Working Paper Series

2006   Himmelfarb, D. (book review) Conservation: Linking Ecology, Economics and Culture. Monique Borgerhoff Mulder and Peter Coppolillo. Ecological and Environmental Anthropology. 2(1):34-5