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Microsoft Word - Gould CV.docxApril 2015 KENNETH A. GOULD City University of New York - Brooklyn College Department of Sociology 2900 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11210 Phone: (718) 951-5000, x1765 Fax: (718) 951-4639 E-Mail: [email protected] EDUCATION
1991 PhD, Sociology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Dissertation: “Money, Management, and Manipulation: Local Environmental Political Mobilization in the Great Lakes Basin” Committee: Allan Schnaiberg (Chair), Jack Goldstone, Howard Becker, Albert Hunter
1986 MA, Sociology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Thesis: “The Communalization of Agriculture in China and Tanzania: Rural Transformation and Peasant Modes of Production”
1984 BGS, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2014-date Director, Urban Sustainability Program, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
2007-date Professor, Sociology, Brooklyn College of the City University of New
York 2007-date Professor, Sociology, The City University of New York Graduate Center 2007-date Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences, The City University of New
York Graduate Center 2007-2013 Department Chair, Sociology, Brooklyn College of the City
University of New York 2001-2007 Professor, Sociology, St. Lawrence University
2001-2004 Coordinator, Caribbean and Latin American Studies Program, St. Lawrence University
1997-1999 Department Chair, Sociology, St. Lawrence University 1995-2001 Associate Professor, Sociology, St. Lawrence University 1991-1995 Assistant Professor, Sociology, St. Lawrence University 1988-1991 Lecturer, Sociology, Northwestern University 1986-1988 Instructor/Lecturer, Sociology, Northwestern University HONORS
2014 Leonard & Claire Tow Professorship, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
2000 Owen D. Young Outstanding Faculty Award, St. Lawrence University
1999 Inducted ODK 1989 Guest Lecturer, Argonne National Laboratory Chapter of Sigma Chi 1986 Accepted for Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship FUNDED RESEARCH 2014 PSC-CUNY 45 Research Award (Research on oil development in Belize) 2005 Awarded SLU CIIS grant (Research on eco-disaster in New Orleans) 2001 Awarded portion of SLU Ford Foundation “Crossing-Borders” Grant (Research on ecotourism and public policy in Belize) 1999 Awarded SLU large research grant (Research on ecotourism and rural
development in Belize) 1997 Awarded portion of SLU Christian Johnson Endeavor Grant (Research on
ecotourism and indigenous communities in Ecuador) 1993 Awarded Canadian Embassy's Canadian Studies Faculty Enrichment Grant
(Research on forest protection conflicts on Vancouver Island) 1988 Awarded Canadian Embassy's Canadian Studies Graduate Student
Fellowship (Research on community responses to contamination in Ontario)
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND OFFICES 1989-date Member of American Sociological Association, Section on Environment and Technology 2014-2015 Section Chair-Elect 2000-2003 Elected Secretary/Treasurer 2000-2003 Chair, Distinguished Contribution Award Committee 1996-1999 Chair, Marvin Olsen Graduate Student
Paper Award Committee 1992-1995 Elected Member of Council 1992-1995 Chair, Nominations Committee Member, Eastern Sociological Society, Latin American Studies Association, International Sociological Association, Caribbean Studies Association.
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION COURSES TAUGHT
Introduction to Sociology Environmental
Social Movements Environmental Movements Global Social Movements Strategies of Social Protest
SELECTED RESEARCH AND WRITING IN PROGRESS
Green Gentrification: Urban Sustainability and the Struggle for Environmental Justice. Book project for Routledge with Tammy L. Lewis. PUBLICATIONS Books: Ten Lessons in Introductory Sociology. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford
University Press, 2014.
Thirty Readings in Introductory Sociology. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2013. People, Power and Politics. Edited with Gaston Alonso, et al. Pearson, 2011. Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2009. 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, 2015. The Treadmill of Production: Injustice and Unsustainability in the Global Economy. With David Naguib Pellow and Allan Schnaiberg. Paradigm Publishers, 2008. Local Environmental Struggles: Citizen Activism in the Treadmill of Production. With Allan Schnaiberg and Adam Weinberg. Cambridge University Press, 1996. Environment and Society: The Enduring Conflict. With Allan Schnaiberg. St. Martin's Press. New York. 1994. Translated and published by Minerva Shobo in Japan, 1999. Republished in U.S. by Blackburn Press, 2000. Book Chapters:
"Unsustainable Science in the Treadmill of Production: The Declining Salience of Impact Science in Environmental Conflicts in the U.S." in Experts and Campaigners: Scientific Information and Collective Action in Socio-Ecological Conflicts. Edited by Mercedes Martinez-Iglesias. University of Valencia Press. 2014. “Global Dynamics” in Ten Lessons in Introductory Sociology. Edited by Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2014. “The Sociological Imagination” in Ten Lessons in Introductory Sociology. Edited by Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2014. With Tammy L. Lewis. “The Environmental Injustice of Green Gentrification: The Case of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park” in The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City. Judith DeSena and Timothy Shortell, editors. Lexington Books. 2012. With Tammy L. Lewis. Introduction for "Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad." People, Power and Politics. Eds. Gaston Alonso, et al. New York: Pearson. 2011. "Transnational Social Movements." International Studies Encyclopedia.
Denemark, Robert A. Blackwell Publishing. 2010. With Tammy L. Lewis. “The USA PATRIOT Act and the Future of U.S. Social Movements” in Anti- Terrorism: Security and Insecurity After 9/11. Sandra Rollings-Magnusson, editor. McGill-Queens University Press. 2009. With Patrice LeClerc. "An Introduction to Environmental Sociology" in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology. Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis, editors. Oxford University Press, 2009. With Tammy L. Lewis. Revised for 2nd edition, 2015. "Technological Change and the Environment" In Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology. Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis, editors. Oxford University Press, 2009. Revised for 2nd edition, 2015. "The Paradoxes of Sustainable Development: Focus on Ecotourism" in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology. Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis, editors. Oxford University Press, 2009. With Tammy L. Lewis. Revised for 2nd edition, 2015. "Conclusion: Unanswered Questions and the Future of Environmental Sociology" in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology. Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis, editors. Oxford University Press, 2009. With Tammy L. Lewis. Revised for 2nd edition, 2015. “The Environmental Trajectory of the Anti-Corporate Globalization Movement” Pp. 269- 288 in Global Social Change: Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Chris Chase-Dunn and Salvatore Babones, editors. 2006. With Frederick H. Buttel. “Promoting Sustainability” Pp. 213-229 in Public Sociologies Reader. Judith Blau and Keri Iyall Smith, editors. Rowman and Littlefield. 2006. “Blue-Green Coalitions: Constraints and Possibilities in the Post 9-11 Political Environment” Pp. 123-138 in Transforming Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities in the Post 9/11 Era. Bruce Podobnik and Thomas Reifer, editors. Brill Academic Press, 2005. With Tammy Lewis and J. Timmons Roberts. “Global Social Movements at the Crossroads: An Investigation of Relations Between the Anti-Corporate Globalization and Environmental Movements” Pp. 139-155 in Transforming Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities in the Post 9/11 Era. Bruce Podobnik and Thomas Reifer, editors. Brill Academic Press, 2005. With Frederick H. Buttel. “Os Deuses de Coisas Pequenas: O Poder Insitutional da Nanotecnoloia e a Dinamica” Pp. 244-255 in Nanotecnologia, Sociedade e Meio Ambiente. Paulo Roberto Martins, editor. Associação Editorial Humanitas: São Paulo, 2005.
“Treadmill Predispositions and Social Responses: Population, Consumption, and
Technological Change” Pp. 61-70 in Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action. Leslie King and Deborah McCarthy, editors. Rowman and Littlefield, 2005. (Reprinted excerpt from Environment & Society: The Enduring Conflict). “Classe Social, Justiça Ambiental e Conflito Politico”Pp. 69-80 in Justiça Ambiental e Cidadania José Augusto Pádua, Henri Acselrad and Selene Herculano, editors. Relume Dumara: Rio de Janeiro, 2003. Peer Reviewed Journal Articles: “Slowing the Nanotechnology Treadmill: Impact Science vs. Production Science for Sustainable Technological Development” in Environmental Sociology. Forthcoming, 2015. "The Collaborative Dialogue Panel: Changing the Model of the Professional Sociology Conference" in Societies Without Borders. 7 (4): 364-371. 2012. “Viewing the Wreckage: Eco-Disaster Tourism in the Wake of Katrina” in Societies Without Borders. 2 (2): 175-197. July, 2007. With Tammy L. Lewis. "The Ecological Costs of Militarization" in Peace Review. (19.3) : 331-334. July, 2007. “Interrogating The Treadmill of Production: Everything You Wanted to Know About The Treadmill But Were Afraid To Ask” In Organization and Environment . 17 (3): 296-316. September 2004. With David Naguib Pellow and Allan Schnaiberg. “Global Social Movement(s) at the Crossroads: Some Observations on the Trajectory of the Anti-Corporate Globalization Movement” In Journal of World Systems Research. 10 (1): 36-66. Winter, 2004. With Frederick H. Buttel. “Blue-Green Coalitions: Constraints and Possibilities in the Post 9-11 Political Environment” In Journal of World Systems Research. 10 (1): 90-116. Winter, 2004. With Tammy Lewis and J. Timmons Roberts.
“Transnational Environmentalism, Power and Development in Belize” In Belizean Studies. 25 (2): 59-70. September 2003.
“Tactical Tourism: A Comparative Analysis of Rainforest Development in Ecuador and Belize”. In Organization and Environment. 12 (3): 245-262. September 1999. “Response to Eric J. Krieg’s The Two Faces of Toxic Waste: Trends in the Spread of Environmental Hazards”. In Sociological Forum. 13 (1): 21-23. March 1998. “Environmentalism and Organizational Dissent Within the State”. With Theodore H. Tsoukalas. In Humanity and Society. 21 (3): 284-306. August 1997.
"Natural Resource Use in a Transnational Treadmill: International Agreements, national Citizenship Practices, and Sustainable Development." With Allan Schnaiberg and Adam Weinberg. In Humbolt Journal of Social Relations. 2 (1): 61-93. 1995. "Recycling: Conserving Resources or Accelerating the Treadmill of Production?" With Allan Schnaiberg and Adam Weinberg. In Advances in Human Ecology. 4: 173-205 1995. "Legitimacy and Growth in the Balance: The Role of the State in Environmental Remediation". In Industrial and Environmental Crisis Quarterly. 8 (3): 237-256. June 1994. "Legitimating Impotence: Pyrrhic Victories of the Modern Environmental Movement". With Adam Weinberg and Allan Schnaiberg. In Qualitative Sociology. 16 (3) 207-246. Fall 1993. "Pollution and Perception: Social Visibility and Local Environmental Political Mobilization". In Qualitative Sociology. 16 (2) 157-178. Summer 1993. "Public Participation in Environmental Regulatory Conflicts: Treading through the Possibilities and Pitfalls". With Adam Weinberg. In Law and Policy. 15 (2): 139-167. April 1993. "Putting the (W)R.A.P.s on Public Participation: Remedial Action Planning and Working- Class Power in the Great Lakes". In Sociological Practice Review. 3 (3): 133-139. July 1992. "The Sweet Smell of Money: Economic Dependency and Local Environmental Political Mobilization". In Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal. 4 (2): 133-150. April-June 1991. "The Politicization of Science in the Environmental Impact Statement Process" in Wisconsin Sociologist . 25 (4): 139-143. Fall 1988. Editorial Roles: Series Editor, Another World is Necessary: Human Rights, Environmental Rights, and Popular Democracy, Rowman & Littlefield.
Widener, P. 2011. Oil Injustice: Resisting and Conceding a Pipeline in Ecuador.
De La Barra, X. and Dello Buono, R.A. 2009. Latin America After the
Neoliberal Debacle: Another Region is Possible. Kent, G. Ed. 2008. Global Obligations for the Right to Food.
Co-Editor, People, Power and Politics, 11th Edition. 2011. Pearson: New York. With Gaston Alonso, Noel Anderson, Corey Robin, Roberta Satow, Alex Vitale. Guest Co-Editor, Humanity and Society special issue on the environment. With Theodore H. Tsoukalas. 21 (3). August 1997. Analytical Essays: “USA Patriot Act: Why We All Should Be Terrified” in Socialist Studies Bulletin, 71: 23- 27. Fall 2003. With Patrice LeClerc. "Oil and National Security" In From the Left. 24 (2). Spring/Summer 2003. "The Ecological Costs of Militarization" In Environment, Technology and Society. Number 108. Spring 2003. (Expanded version published in Peace Review, 2007). "Nature Tourism: Environment and Place in a Global Economy". In Environment, Technology and Society. (89). Spring 1998. "Social Mobilization in the Great Lakes". In Environment, Technology and Society. (59). Spring 1990. Reviews: Review of The Politics of Ecosystem Management, Controlling Technocracy: Citizen Rationality and the NIMBY Syndrome, and Hazardous Wastes in Rural America: Impacts, Implications, and Options for Rural Communities In Rural Sociology. 67(1). September 2001. Review of Fury for the Sound, Fisheries: Beyond the Crisis, and Varmints In Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal. 13 (9). January 2001. Review of Dying for Growth: Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor edited by Kim, Millen, Irwin, and Gresham, 2000. In Socialist Studies Bulletin. No. 60. April-May-June 2000. Review of The Environmental Promise of Democratic Deliberation by Adolph G. Gunderson, 1995. In Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal. 1997. Review of EcoPopulism: Toxic Waste and the Movement for Environmental Justice by Andrew Szasz, 1994. In Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal. 8 (4). August 1995. Syllabi: Syllabus for “Environmental Movements”. In Syllabi and Instructional Material in Environmental Sociology, 6th Edition. Michael Mascarenhas, editor. Washington, D.C.:
American Sociological Association. 2007. Syllabus for “Environmental Movements”. In Syllabi and Instructional Material in Environmental Sociology, 5th Edition. Rik Scarce and Michael Mascarenhas, editors. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association. 2003. Syllabus for “Globalization and Sustainability” in Internationalizing Sociology in the Age of Globalization: A Curriculum Guide. Nathan Rousseau, Editor. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association. 1999. Syllabus for “Environmental Sociology” in Environmental Sociology: Syllabi and Instructional Material, 4th Edition. Rik Scarce and David Smith, editors. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association. 1999. Syllabus for “Race, Class and Environmental Justice” in Environmental Sociology: Syllabi and Instructional Material, 4th Edition. Rik Scarce and David Smith, editors. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association. 1999. Syllabus for “Environmental Movements” in Environmental Sociology: Syllabi and Instructional Material, 4th Edition. Rik Scarce and David Smith, editors. American Washington, D.C.: Sociological Association. 1999. Photographs: Cover photo and multiple images in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology, Second Edition. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2015. Multiple images and cover photo in Ten Lessons in Introductory Sociology. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2013. Multiple images in Societies Without Borders. 7 (4): 364-371. 2012.
Cover photo of Thirty Readings in Introductory Sociology. Edited with Tammy L. Lewis. Oxford University Press, 2013. Cover photo of People, Power and Politics. Edited by Gaston Alonso, et al. Pearson, 2011.
Cover photo of The World and US Social Forums: A Better World is Possible and Necessary. Judith Blau and Marina Karides, editors. Lexington Books. 2009. Cover photo of Por Uma Sociologia Publica. Ruy Braga and Michael Burawoy. Alamaeda, 2009. "World Marches" in Critical Asian Studies. 40:3, p. 345. Sept 2008.
Multiple images and cover photo in The Treadmill of Production: Injustice and Unsustainability in the Global Economy. Kenneth A. Gould, David Naguib Pellow and Allan Schnaiberg. Paradigm Publishers, 2008. Multiple images in “Viewing the Wreckage: Eco-Disaster Tourism in the Wake of Katrina” in Societies Without Borders. 2 (2). July, 2007. With Tammy L. Lewis. Cover photo of Critical Moment. Issue 20, January-February, 2007. Cover photo and multiple images in Public Sociologies Reader. Judith Blau and Keri Iyall Smith, editors. Rowman and Littlefield. 2006. Multiple images in The Southern Sociologist. 37 (4). Spring 2006. “UAW Local” in Mål och Medel. 4. Stockholm, Sweden. April 2005. “Hard Lock-down” in Contexts. 2 (4). Fall 2003. PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
“Slowing the Nanoscience Treadmill: Impact Science vs. Production Science for Sustainable Technological Development”. Paper presented at the Tenth International Seminar on Nanotechnology, Society and Environment. University of Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 2013.
"Unsustainable Science in the Treadmill of Production: The Declining Salience of Impact Science in Environmental Conflicts." Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association. Denver, August, 2012. "The Limits to Science: Expert Knowledge, Public Participation, and Environmental Conflict in the United States." Paper presented at the International Seminar: Science, Participation and Sustainability, October 20-21, University of Valencia, Spain, October 2011. “Green Gentrification and the Urban Redevelopment Treadmill: The Socio-
Ecological Remaking of Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal”. With Tammy L. Lewis. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, August 2011. “The Environmental Injustice of Green Gentrification: Socioecological Change in the Neighborhoods of Brooklyn”. With Tammy L. Lewis. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 2009.
"Pollution, Perception, and Politics". Paper presented at the Nature, Ecology & Society Colloquium, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, March 2009. “Transnational Social Movements”. With Tammy Lewis. Paper presented at the annual convention of the International Studies Association, New York, February 2009. “Warming Climate?: Labor-Environmentalist Relations and the Global Climate Crisis”. With Tammy Lewis and J. Timmons Roberts. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Boston, August 2008. "Treadmill Realities Versus Sustainability Fantasies: A Critical Prediction". With Allan Schnaiberg and David N. Pellow. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Sociological Imagination Group, Boston, August, 2008. "The Distributional Dimensions of Green (Re)Development". Paper presented at the Nature, Ecology & Society Colloquium, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, March 2008. “The USA PATRIOT Act and the Future of Social Movements”. With Patrice LeClerc. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, August 2006. “Divide to Conquer? Union Schisms and New Opportunities for Environmentalist- Labor Coalition Formation”. With Tammy Lewis and J. Timmons Roberts. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Eastern Sociological Association, Boston, February 2006. “Small, Not Beautiful: Nanotechnology and the Treadmill of Production”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, August 2005. “The Treadmill of Production: The Case of Nanotechnology”. Paper presented at the Sustainability under Market Capitalism: Mythical Diversion or Social Project symposium sponsored by the Development, Governance and Nature program. Cornell University. April 2005. “A Nano World is Possible: Nanotechnology, the Global Distribution of Power, and Environmental Threat”. Panel presentation at the 5th World Social Forum. Porto Alegre, Brazil. January 2005. “Environmental Justice as a Redistributive Strategy for Structural Change”. Panel presentation at the 5th World Social Forum. Porto Alegre, Brazil. January 2005. “The Gods of Small Things: Nanotechnology, Institutional Power and the Environment”. Paper presented at the First International Seminar on
Nanotechnology, Society and Environment. University of Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 2004. “From Blue-Green Coalitions to Blue-Green Partnerships? Creating Enduring Institutions through Just Transition, Climate Justice and the World Social Forum” with Tammy Lewis and J. Timmons Roberts. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 2004. “Interrogating the Treadmill of Production”. With Allan Schnaiberg and David N. Pellow. Paper presented at the University of Wisconsin symposium on Environment and the Treadmill of Production. Madison, Wisconsin. October 2003. “The Global Trajectory of Environmental Justice”. Paper presented at the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute’s Environmental Social Movements Workshop, sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology Studies. Troy, New York. September 2003. “Class Origins and Class Conflicts: The Historical Roots and Future Trajectories of Labor-Environmentalist Coalitions”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, August 2003. “Class Conflict and Environmental Justice”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, August 2003. "Transnational Environmentalism, Power and Development in Belize." Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Caribbean Studies Association, Belize City, Belize, June 2003. “Turtles Love Teamsters: or Do They? Conflict and Cooperation Between Unions and Environmentalists in the United States”. With J. Timmons Roberts and Tammy Lewis. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, August 2002.
“Class, Environmental Justice and the Necessity of Political Conflict”. Paper presented at the Coloquio Internacional sobre Justica Amiental, Trabalho e Cidadania, Niteroi, RJ, Brazil, September 2001. “Paradise Paradox: Transnational Ecotourism, Globalization and Sustainability”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Anaheim, August 2001. "Ecotourism, Commodification and the Sustainability of Place". "Paper presented at the ASA PEWS and E&T sections' mini-conference on Globalization and Environment: Prospects and Perils, Anaheim, August 2001. “Ecotourism and Rural Development: Rainforest Protection and Employment
Structures in Western Belize.” Paper presented at the International Rural Sociological Association's World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July/August 2000. "Sustainability Across Borders." Paper presented at the International Sociological Association's RC-24 mini-conference/symposium on Sociological Reflections on Sustainability, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2000. "Jungle Junkets: Ecotourism and Rural Development in Western Belize." Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Caribbean Studies Association, Castries, St. Lucia, May/June 2000. "Ecotourism Politics." Panel presentation at the Tourecspo 2000: Annual Conference on Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Research, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, March 2000. "Socioenvironmental Paradoxes of Ecotourism." Panel presentation at the Globalization and Diaspora: Political and Cultural Economy of the Land Symposium, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, December 1999. “Consuming Rainforests: A Political Economy of Nature Tourism in Ecuador and Belize”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American…