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Joni K. Seager

Professor, Global Studies
Ph.D., Clark University, 1988
MA, Clark University, 1981
BA Hons., University of Toronto, 1976
Office: Morison Hall 204 | 781.891._3151 | jseager@bentley.edu
Department Phone: 781.891._3454
                       


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Bio

JONI SEAGER is a scholar and activist in feminist geography, global environmental policy including climate change, gender equity measurement and gender audits of institutions towards gender mainstreaming.

Teaching Interests

International Development; Environmental Policy; Global Regions; Global Political Economy;

Research Interests

International Environmental Policy & Issues; Global Status of Women; Climate Change; Global Political Economy; Gender and Environment; Militarism & Environment

Consulting/Practice Interests

Gender & Environment (esp climate change); International Environmental Policy Formation; Global Water & Sanitation Issues; Gender equity measurement; Gender mainstreaming.

Professional Memberships

American Association of University Women
Association of American Geographers

Awards and Honors

2009, Co-PI, National Science Foundation (#6743000), S-STEM Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, $600,000, Hunter College, 2009 - 2011
2007, Co-PI. Canadian International Development Agency, Canada Corps University Partnership Program. "Sustaining Water in Mongolia: A Human Security Approach," partnering with the National University of Mongolia. $190,000. 2006 - 2007.
2006, Companion to Feminist Geography. Honoree Selection for Best Publication, Geographic Perspectives on Women Specialty Group of the AAG, 2006.
2005, Media Achievement Award," Association of American Geographers, 2005.
2003, University Scholar, University of Vermont.
2001, Rockefeller Humanities Fellow, "Gender & The Environment" program at the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon

Publications

Journal Articles
Seager, J. (2011). Gender and Environment: Critical Tradition and New Challenges. Environment & Planning D, .

Seager, J. (2010). Gender and Water in Mongolia. Professional Geographer, 62 (1).

Seager, J. (2009). Gender and water: good rhetoric but it doesn't 'count'. Geoforum, 40.

Seager, J. (2009). Death By Degrees: Taking a Feminist Hard Look at the 2 Degrees Climate Policy. Kvinder, Kon & Forskning (Denmark) -- Women, Gender & Research, 18 (3 - 4), 11 - 22.

Seager, J. (2006). Gender and Disasters. Social Policy, 36 (2).

Seager, J., O'Brien, K., Barnett, J., Matthew, R. (2005). Hurricane Katrina Reveals Challenges to Human Security. AVISO: Information Bulletin on Global Environmental Change and Human Security, 14.

Seager, J. (2003). Rachel Carson died of breast cancer: Feminist environmentalism comes of age. SIGNS, 28 (3).

Seager, J. (2003). Pepperoni or broccoli? On the cutting wedge of feminist environmentalism Gender Place & Culture, 10 (2).

Seager, J. (1983). No Innate Phases in Group Problem-Solving. Academy of Management Review, 8 (4), 7 - 17.

Books
Seager, J. Reading Silent Spring. Bloomsbury.

Seager, J, Enloe, C. (2011). The Real State of America Atlas. Penguin.

Seager, J, Robinson, K, van der Schaaf, C, Gabizon, S. (2009). Gender-Disaggregated Global Data on Water & Sanitation. New York: United Nations/ DESA.

Seager, J. (2009). The state of gender-disaggregated data in water and sanitation: Overview and assessment of major sources. New York: United Nations.

Seager, J. (2009). The State of Women in the World Atlas (4th Ed). New York: Penguin.

Seager, J. (2005). Gender, Poverty & the Environment. New York & Nairobi: United Nations/ UNEP.

Seager, J, Hartmann, B. (2005). Mainstreaming Gender in Environmental Assessment and Early Warning. New York: United Nations. (link)

Seager, J, Domosh, M. (2001). Putting Women in Place: Feminist Geographers Make Sense of the World. New York: Guilford Press.

Seager, J. (1993). Earth Follies: Coming to Feminist Terms With the Global Environmental Crisis. London/ New York: Earthscan/ Routledge.

Edited Volumes
Seager, J, Nelson, L. (Ed.). (2005). A Companion to Feminist Geography.  (pp. 614). London & New York: Blackwell

Book Chapters
Seager, J. Disasters are gendered: What’s new?”. In Zinta Zommers & Ashbindu Singh (Eds.), Reducing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for Climate Change. New York: . Springer

Seager, J. (2012). Noticing Gender or Not. Women of Katrina. Vanderbilt U Press

Book Reviews
Seager, J. (2010). [Review of the book Rachel was Right: Rachel Carson's Legacy]. Times Higher Education.

Other(s)
Seager, J. (2011). Eye of the Storm: Women & Disasters. Newsweek/ The Daily Beast (link)

Seager, J. (2010). Gender Mainstreaming in the World Water Assessment Programme. UNESCO

Seager, J. (2010). Changing the Climate. ARROWS FOR CHANGE, 15(1)

Seager, J. (2009). Gender-Disaggregated Data on Water & Sanitation. . United Nations

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Seager, J. "Climate justice and the US climate report." Presented at the NESTVAL -- geographers.

Service

Professional Service
Editorial Review Board Member for Journal: Capitalism, Nature, Society, 2011 - Present
Editorial Review Board Member for Journal: Geoforum, 2001 - 2011

Public Service
Program Organizer for New England Environmental Justice Coalition, 2013 - Present