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Submissions from 2022

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Unpacking the Environmental Movement in Megacity Dhaka: How Does the Resource Mobilisation Theory Explain Local Urban Complexity?, Saleh Ahmed

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Educational Inequality in the Kebribeyah Somali Refugee Camp in Ethiopia: An Autoethnography, Ahmed Muhumed and Saleh Ahmed

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Gender-Based Violence in a Complex Humanitarian Context: Unpacking the Human Sufferings Among Stateless Rohingya Women, Grace Priddy, Zoe Doman, Emily Berry, and Saleh Ahmed

Submissions from 2021

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The Sustainability-Peace Nexus in Crisis Contexts: How the Rohingya Escaped the Ethnic Violence in Myanmar, but are Trapped into Environmental Challenges in Bangladesh, Saleh Ahmed, William Paul Simmons, Rashed Chowdhury, and Saleemul Huq

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Understanding Challenges to Well-Being Among Latina FarmWorkers in Rural Idaho Using in an Interdisciplinary, Mixed-Methods Approach, Cynthia L. Curl, Lisa Meierotto, and Rebecca L. Som Castellano

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Measurement of Urinary Pesticide Biomarkers Among Latina Farmworkers in Southwestern Idaho, Cynthia L. Curl, Lisa Meierotto, Rebecca L. Som Castellano, Meredith R. Spivak, and Kurunthachalam Kannan

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More-Than-Human and Deeply Human Perspectives on COVID-19, Elizabeth Lunstrum, Neel Ahuja, Bruce Braun, Rosemary Collard, Patricia J. Lopez, and Rebecca W.Y. Wong

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The Rhino Horn Trade and Radical Inequality as Environmental Conflict, Elizabeth Lunstrum, Nícia Givá, Francis Massé, Filipe Mate, and Paulo Lopes Jose

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Conservation and the Production of Wildlife as Resource, Elizabeth Lunstrum and Francis Massé

Submissions from 2020

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What Drives Commercial Poaching?: From Poverty to Economic Inequality, Elizabeth Lunstrum and Nícia Givá

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Immigration, Environment, and Security on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Lisa Meierotto

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“Wilderness” Revisited: Is Canadian Park Management Moving Beyond the “Wilderness” Ethic?, Megan Youdelis, Roberta Nakoochee, Colin O'Neil, Elizabeth Lunstrum, and Robin Roth

Submissions from 2015

Environmental Disruption as a Consequence of Human Migration: The Case of the U.S.-Mexico Border, Lisa Meierotto

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Human Rights in the Context of Environmental Conservation on the US-Mexico Border, Lisa Meierotto

Unifying Themes in Studies of Ancient and Contemporary Migrations, Takeyuki Tsuda, Brenda J. Baker, James F. Eder, Kelly J. Knudson, Jonathan Maupin, Lisa Meierotto, and Rachel E. Scott

Submissions from 2014

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A Disciplined Space: The Co-Evolution of Conservation and Militarization on the US-Mexico Border, Lisa Meierotto