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Earth and Environmental Sciences
Tammy L. Lewis
3503 James Hall, Brooklyn College
Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Davis, 1996
Sustainable development, transnational social movements, green gentrification, urban sustainability, Latin America
Tammy Lewis' research examines the effects of globalization on environmentalism and sustainability, with a focus on Latin America. At the city level, she is examining the process of "green gentrification."
Tammy L. Lewis. Forthcoming. Ecuador's Environmental Revolutions: Ecoimperialists, Ecodependents, and Ecoresisters. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis. Forthcoming. “Green Gentrification and Superstorm Sandy: The Resilience of the Urban Redevelopment Treadmill in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal.” In Taking Chances on the Coast After Hurricane Sandy, edited by Karen M. O’Neill and Daniel J. Van Abs. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis (eds.). 2015.
Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology
, Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Lewis, Tammy L. 2014.
“How Biodiversity Science Shaped Ecuadorian Environmental Organizations.”
Pp. 71-86 in Experts and Campaigners: Scientific Information and Collective Action in Socio-Ecological Conflicts. Mercedes Martinez-Iglesias (ed.) Universitat de Valéncia: Valencia, Spain.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis. 2012.
"The Environmental Injustice of Green Gentrification: The Case of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park."
Pp. 113-146 in The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City. Judith N. DeSena and Timothy Shortell (eds.). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.