Publications

Articles
2017. A. Langeland, R. Hardin and R. Neitzel. Mercury levels in human hair and farmed fish near artisanal and  small-scale gold mining communities in the Madre de Dios River Basin, Peru. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Special Issue on Mercury and Health: Current Perspectives and Future Direction 14: 302. http://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201703.0076/v1 

2016. Towards a revolution in sustainability education: Vision, architecture, and assessment in a case-based approach  Rebecca HardinAnil Bhargava Cameron Bothner, Katherine Browne, Stephanie KusanoArman Golrokhian, Mary Wright, Pearl Zhu Zeng, Arun Agrawalc World Development Perspectives Volume 1, March 2016: 58–63

2016.  M. Vedrin and R. Hardin, "Exploring problem definition in student global humanitarian design project cases in the literature," 2016 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), Seattle, WA, USA, 2016, pp. 336-341. doi: 10.1109/GHTC.2016.7857303

2016. A National Adaptation Programme of Action: Ethiopia’s responses to climate change by Arman Golrokhian, Katherine Browne, Rebecca Hardin, Arun Agrawal, Kelly Askew, Laura Beny Benjamin Larroquette, Benjamin Morse World Development Perspectives, Vol 1, March 2016: 53–57

2015. Colsa Perez, Grafton, Hintzon, Mohai, Hardin, and Orvis. Evolution of the Environmental Justice Movement: Activism, Formalization and Differentiation. In Press. Environmental Research Letters. 

2015. Grafton, Hardin, Colsa Perez, Hintzon, Mohai and Orvis. From the Michigan Coalition to Transnational Collaboration: Interactive Methods for the Future of Environmental Justice Research. In Politics, Groups and Identities, Vol 3, No. 4:1-8

2014. Hardin, R., Melissa Remis and Carolyn A. Jost Robinson. From Abundance to Acute Marginality: Farms, Arms and Forests in the Central African Republic, 1988-2014. in Cultural Anthropology: The Central African Republic (CAR) in a Hot Spot. 

2014. Hardin, R and Henri Zana. "Professional Death" and Rebirth? History, Violence and Education. in Cultural Anthropology: The Central African Republic (CAR) in a Hot Spot. 

2014. Depuy, W., V. Benka, J. Eisenberg, R. Hardin et al. Q Fever Risk Across a Dynamic, Heterogenous Landscape in Laikipia
        County Kenya. Ecohealth.

2013. Cook, S. and Hardin, R. Performing Royalty in Contemporary Africa. In 
Cultural Anthropology 28, no. 2: 227-251.

2011. Hardin, R. Competing Cultures of Conservation. Invited Essay for the 25th Anniversary Special Issue of Conservation Biology.
        Volume 25, No. 6: 1098-1102.

2011. Hardin, R. Collective Contradictions of “Corporate” Environmental Conservation. In FOCAAL: Journal of Global and Historical
        Anthropology 60: 41-60.
        In Current Anthropology 52 (S3): S113-S125.

2011. Welker, M. D.J. Partridge and R. Hardin. Corporate Lives: New Perspectives on the Social Life of Corporate Form. Current         
          Anthropology. 52 (S3): S3-S16.

2009. Remis, M.J., and R. Hardin. Transvalued Species in an African ForestConservation Biology. 23(6): 1588-1596.

2009. Batterman,S. J. Eisenberg, R. Hardin, M. Kruk, M. C. Lemos, A. Michalak, B. Mukherjee, E. Renne, H. Stein, C. Watkins, and M. 
        Research. Environmental Health Perspectives 117:7: 1023-1032.

2008. Agrawal, A., A. Chhatre, and R. Hardin. Changing Governance of World Forests. Science. 320 (5882): 1460-6.

2006.
Hardin, R. and Remis, MJ. Biological and Cultural Anthropology of Changing Human and Animal Forest Use: A Fruitful Collaboration.
        American Anthropologist 108(2): 273-285.



Edited volumes 

2012. Hardin, R., and K. Clarke, editors. Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

See also the page at Yale University's Department of Anthropology,
            and the entry in Anthropology News about the release of our book.

Hardin, R., editor. Socioemergence: Historical Ecology and Cultural Politics of Viral Disease in Tropical Forests. Submitted to Duke University Press, for the series “Ecologies of the 21st Century.”



Special Issues

2017 (forthcoming) . Hardin, R. and Karsenty, A, eds. Critical Analysis of Concession Regimes in the western Congo Basin. Special issue of International Forestry Review, Editor in Chief Alan Pottinger.

                                                                                                                                                                            

           

             2016. Hardin, R and Askew, K. Claims, Rights, Voices and Spaces: The Global Indigenous Rights Movement. Special issue. Open Access Journal of Law, Property                  and Society.  Eds. Benjamin Barros and Jessica Owl.   http://alps.syr.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/JLPS-2016-11-HardinAskew.pdf


2005. A Travers Laforet, vers une Nouvelle Anthropologie Environnementale. (Through the Forest, Toward a New Environmental Anthropology). In Forets Tropicales, Special issue (R. Hardin, editor) of Anthropologie et Societés 29 (1).


Chapters

2012. Hardin, R. and M. Remis. Collaborative Conservation Science: An Anthropological Approach. In    Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, Hardin and Clarke, eds. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. 

2011. Jangu, M., and R. Hardin. Traditional Healing in Tanzania: Integrating Medical, Social and Environmental Justice. In S. Schmid and M. Diawara, editors. Entangled Medical Fields: Transformation of Meaning, Knowledge and Practice. Libreville, Gabon: Editions Raponda-Walker.

2010. Hardin, R. Narrative, Territory, and Humanity in an African Rainforest. In I. Feldman and M. Ticktin, editors. In the Name of Humanity: The Government of Threat and Care. Durham: Duke University Press.

2010. Hardin, R., M Robillard and S. Bahuchet. Social, Spatial, and Sectoral Boundaries in Transborder Conservation of Central African Forests. In Wil de Jong et al., eds. Transborder Governance of Forests, Rivers and Seas. Earthscan Press. 

2010. Roulet, P. A., and R. Hardin. “Des Grandes Chasses Coloniales aux Chasses Villageoises: Communautés, Commerce, et Contextes Nationaux dans la Gestion des Ressources Cynégétiques en Afrique Centrale.” (Translated title: "From Colonial Concessions to Community Hunting Zones: Village, Industry and National Contexts in Contemporary Central African Trajectories of Wildlife Management"). Chapter 4 in V. Joiris and P. Bigombe Logo, editors. "La Gestion Participative Desforêts d’Afrique Centrale: Doctrines, Logiques, Pratiques" (“Participatory” management of central African forests: Doctrines, logics, and practices.") Versailles: Editions Quae (publisher for a consortium of French research institutes in natural resource science and engineering including CIFOR, CEMAGREF, IRD, and INRA).

2008. Hardin, R. Toward an ethic of intimacy: Touring and Trophy Hunting for Elephants in Africa. Pages 419-470 in C. Wemmer and C. A. Christensen, editors. Elephants and Ethics: Towards a Morality of Coexistence. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

2007. Remis, M.J., and R. Hardin. Anthropological Contributions to Protected Area Management. Pages 85-109 in K. S. Hanna, D. A. Clark, and D. S. Slocombe, editors. Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Policy and Governance in a Changing World. London: Routledge.


1998. Hardin, R., H.E. Eves, and S. Rupp. Introduction. Pages 8-29 in H.E. Eves, R. Hardin and S. Rupp, editors. Resource Use in the Trinational Sangha River Region of Equatorial Africa: Histories, Knowledge Forms and Institutions. Yale Forestry and Environmental Studies Bulletin Series, 102. New Haven: Yale University.


Selected Reports and Working Papers

2010. with Paul Mohai, Bunyan Bryant, and Dorceta Taylor. Environmental Justice at Michigan: Proposal for a Graduate Certificate Program. 

2011. with A. Agrawal, B. Cashore, C. Benson, G. Shephard, et al. "Economic Contributions of Forests", available under "Related Documents" on United National Forum on Forests site

2010. Hardin, R. and A. Agrawal. Forests, People, and Tenure: Culture, Communities, and Sustainable Development. A United Nations Forum on Forests position paper.  

2001. Auzel, P., and R. Hardin. “Wildlife Utilization and the Emergence of Viral Diseases.” Pages 85- 92 in M. Bakarr, G. d. a. Fonseca, R. Mittermeier, A. B. Rylands, and K. Walker Painemilla, editors. Hunting and Bushmeat Utilization in the African Rainforest: Perspectives toward a Blueprint for Conservation Action. Special issue of Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science 2. Washington, DC. Center for Applied Biodiversity Science (CABS) at Conservation International.

2001. Hardin, R. and P. Auzel. "Colonial History, Concessionary Politics, and Collaborative Management of Equatorial African Rain Forests." Pages 21-38 in M. Bakarr, G. d. a. Fonseca, R. Mittermeier, A. B. Rylands, and K. Walker Painemilla, editors. Hunting and Bushmeat Utilization in the African Rain Forest: Perspectives Toward a Blueprint for Conservation Action. Special issue of Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science 2. Washington, D.C.: CABS at Conservation International.

2000. with Susan Cook. Report to the Royal Bafokeng Nation on Research, Health, and Development on a Platinum Frontier: Trends and Recommendations based on Field Visits in 1999.

1997. Hardin, R., and M. Remis. “Research and rural development work sessions. Proceedings from meetings in Bayanga, RCA, July 31 August 2 1997.” Report to The World Wildlife Fund-U.S. and Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (USAID). Available in English, French or Sango.

Selected Book Reviews

2013. Richard Price. Rainforest Warriors: Human Rights on Trial. Critical Review in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (in prep).

2013. Emilio Moran. Environmental Social Science: Human Environment Interactions and Sustainability. Critical Review in Human Ecology (in prep).

2000. Michaël Singleton: ‘Amateurs de Chiens à Dakar: Plaidoyer pour un Interprétariat Anthropologique.’ Critical Review in African Affairs. 99(394): 137.

1997. Melissa Leach, and James Fairhead: ‘Misreading the African landscape: Society and Ecology in a Forest-Savanna Mosaic.’ Africa Today 44 (3): 359-362.