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Mark Boyer

MarkBoyerPh.D., University of Maryland (1988)

Office: 110 Hall Dorm
Office phone: 860-486-7198
mark.boyer@uconn.edu

Curriculum vitae

 

 Research Interests:

Globalization
Climate Change
Global-Local Linkages
Political Ecology

 

UConn Geography Research Clusters:

Spatial Analysis of Social Issues
Human-Environment Dynamics

Courses

GEOG 3350: Global Change, Local Action: A Geography of Environmentalism

Selected Publications

Mark A. BoyerAdapting to Climate Change:  The Northestern US Responds to a Global Challenge. Under contract with the University of Michigan Press.

Mark A. Boyer, Melanie Meinzer, and Andy Bilich. (2016) “The Climate Adaptation Imperative:  Local Choices Targeting Global Problems?,” Local Environment, DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2016.1160372.

Mark A. Boyer. (2013) “Global Climate Change and Local Action: Understanding the Connecticut Policy Trajectory,” International Studies Perspectives, 14, 79-107

Tsitsi MacPherson and Mark A. Boyer. (2016) “Transboundary Conservation Collaboration:  Navigating the Political-Economy of Biodiversity in the Guiana Shield,International Studies Perspectives, 17(1), 17-33.

Mark Boyer is a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor.

Director, Environmental Studies Major

Executive Director, International Studies Association

Scholar-in-Residence, Center for Environmental Science and Engineering (CESE)