Sara Eshleman 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Sara Eshleman, Masters Student, Geography, UT-Austin. Project: Mechanisms for the distribution of Cohune Palm, Orange Walk District, Belize. I am investigating soil and geomorphological factors connected with cohune palm...

Samantha M. Krause 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Samantha M. Krause, PhD Candidate: Department of Geography and the Environment, UT Austin. Project: Wetland Agroecoystems in the Maya Lowlands: LiDAR and Multi-Proxy Environmental Change. My research uses a...

Araby Smyth 2017 Field Report

Araby Smyth 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Araby Smyth, PhD student, University of Kentucky. Project: Gender and Remittances: Lived experiences of women in Oaxaca, Mexico. My research explores the point of negotiation where women’s agency...

Sisimac Duchicela 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG PhD Field Study Award Report: Sisimac Duchicela, Department of Geography and the Environment, UT-Austin. Project: Ecological Restoration as a Means for Alternative Development in the Ecuadorian Andes Northwest Andean mountain range, Ecuador....

Carlos Dobler Morales 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Carlos Dobler Morales, PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University. Project: Climate change meets the land-sparing/sharing debate: a study of droughts and land-use segregation in the Southern Yucatan,...

Nikolai Alvarado 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Nikolai Alvarado, PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Denver. Project: Migrant Politics in the Global South City: The Political Strategies of Nicaraguan Migrants to Secure Housing and Basic...

Caroline Parks 2017 Field Report

2017 CLAG Field Study Award Report: Caroline Parks, PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Florida. Project: The Changing Dynamics between Smallholders and Ranchers in Agrarian Reform Settlements in the South of Pará. This...

El poder del narcotráfico en las economías rurales

Los narcotraficantes y su emergente burguesía, son instrumentos en la expansión de la propiedad privada y en la concentración de tierras, impulsando el sistema capitalista selva adentro, perjudicando comunidades indígenas … [ lea mas...

Videography for Participatory Cartography in a Site of Wind Power Conflict in Coastal Ceará State, Brazil (August 2017)

Adryane Gorayeb, Universidade Federal do Ceará; Christian Brannstrom, Texas A&M University; Jociclea de Sousa Mendes, Universidade Federal do Ceará; Antonio Jeovah de Andrade Meireles, Universidade Federal do Ceará; Leilane Oliveira Chaves, Universidade Federal do...