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Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2020. ‘On the Possibilities and Politics of Feminist Energy Analytics in University Campus Spaces.’ In Joy Clancy, Gül Özerol, Nthabiseng Mohlakoana, Marielle Feenstra and Lillian Sol Cueva (eds.) Engendering the Energy Transition. New York and London: Palgrave.
Macuga, Julie, Ingrid L. Nelson, Rachel Smolker, Patricia O’Kane and Brian Tokar. Forthcoming. ‘Learning to Undermine a Pipeline: A Multi-Logue on Encounters with Vermont’s Addison Natural Gas Project.’ In Valerie Banschbach and Jessica Rich (eds.) Pipeline Pedagogy: Teaching about Energy and Environmental Justice Contestation. Springer: AESS Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies and Sciences Series.
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2017. Gendered orphan kits, authority, power and the role of rumor in the woodlands of Mozambique. Gender, Place & Culture 24(9): 1263-1282.
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2017. Interspecies care and aging in a gorilla 2.0 world. Geoforum 79: 144-152.
Büscher, Bram, Koot, Stasja, and Ingrid L. Nelson. 2017. Introduction: Nature 2.0: New Media, Online Activism and the Cyberpolitics of Environmental Conservation. Geoforum 79: 111-113
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2016. Sweeping as a site of temporal brokerage: Linking town and forest in Mozambique. Critique of Anthropology 36(1): 44-60.
Davidov, Veronica and Ingrid L. Nelson. 2016. Introduction: It’s about time: Temporality as a lens for NGO studies. Critique of Anthropology 36(1): 3-12.
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2016. Responding to Technologies of ‘Fixing’ ‘Nuisance’ Webs of Relation in the Mozambican Woodlands. In Wendy Harcourt (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Development: Critical engagements in feminist theory and practice. New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 251-261.
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2015. Feminist political ecology and the (un)making of ‘heroes’: encounters in Mozambique. In Wendy Harcourt and Ingrid L. Nelson (eds.) Practicing Feminist Political Ecologies: Moving Beyond the ‘Green Economy’, London: Zed Books, pp. 131-156.
Harcourt, Wendy and Ingrid L. Nelson. 2015. Introduction: ‘Are we Green Yet?’ and the Violence of Asking Such a Question. In Wendy Harcourt and Ingrid L. Nelson (eds.) Practicing Feminist Political Ecologies: Moving Beyond the ‘Green Economy’, London: Zed Books, pp. 1-26.
Nelson, Ingrid L. 2013. The allure and privileging of danger over everyday practice in field research. Area 45(4): 419-425.
Corriveau-Bourque, Alexandre, Nelson, Ingrid L., Pritchard, Matthew, Stanfield, J. David and Jon D. Unruh. 2013. Impacts of forest-related large-scale land acquisitions in the Indian Ocean world. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region 9(2): 208-226.
Criando parcerias com pessoas e florestas nos bosques de miombo, na Zambézia, Moçambique (versão Português) (2013) – clique no link acima em Português, ambos os ensaios fazem parte do mesmo panfleto e .pdf
O medo e o tornarmo-nos fiscais: Monitorar concessões florestais comunitárias na Zambézia, Moçambique (versão Português) (2013) (Portuguese only, trans. Fear and becoming ‘fiscais’: monitoring/policing community forest concessions in Zambézia, Mozambique) Published with Justiça Ambiental
Nelson, I.L. 2012. A Feminist Political Ecology of Livelihoods and Activism in the Miombo Woodlands of Zambézia, Mozambique. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Geography. Eugene, University of Oregon.
Nelson, I.L. 2006. The Practice and Potential of Participatory Geographical Information Systems in Mozambique. Master of Philosophy Thesis in Geographical Research, Department of Geography. Cambridge, University of Cambridge.
Nelson, I.L. 2005. What’s in the Grass? The Political Ecology of the Lawn in Hanover and Lebanon, NH. Senior Honors Thesis (awarded High Honors), Department of Geography. Hanover, Dartmouth College.