Tammy L. Lewis is Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York/Brooklyn College and Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center in Sociology and Earth and Environmental Sciences. Her research examines sustainability and alternatives to development, with a focus on Latin America. She has conducted research in Belize, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru, and Ecuador, where she was a Fulbright scholar.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis (eds.). 2021. Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology, Third Edition
. New York: Oxford University Press.
Anguelovski, I., J.T. Connolly, H. Pearsall, G. Shokry, M. Checker, J. Maantay, K. Gould, T. Lewis, A. Maroko, J.T. Roberts. 2019. “Opinion: Why green ‘climate gentrification’ threatens poor and vulnerable populations.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Dec, 116 (52) 26139-26143; DOI:10.1073/pnas.1920490117.
Lewis, Tammy L. 2018. “Globalizing the treadmill of production: a solutions-oriented application to Ecuador.” Environmental Sociology.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis. 2018. “Green Gentrification and Disaster Capitalism in Barbuda.” NACLA Report on the Americas.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis. 2018. “From Green Gentrification to Resilience Gentrification: An Example from Brooklyn.”
Symposium for City and Community.
Gould, Kenneth A. and Tammy L. Lewis. 2017. Green Gentrification: Urban Sustainability and the Struggle for Environmental Justice.
Tammy L. Lewis. 2016. Ecuador's Environmental Revolutions: Ecoimperialists, Ecodependents, and Ecoresisters.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.