PUBLICATIONS

If you have trouble accessing any of the publications, please contact Jesse.

arrow&v
Back to All Types

Browse by publication type

arrow&v
Back to All Languages

Browse by publication language

Search by Metadata

Search results by reference meta data

2022

Cottier, Fabien, Marie-Laurence Flahaux, Jesse Ribot, Richard Seager, Godfreyb Ssekajja. 2022. “Re-framing the Frame: Cause and Effect in Climate-related Migration,” World Development. Published Online 6 July 2022. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305750X22002066?dgcid=author

PDF

2022

Ece, Melis, James Murombedzi, Jesse Ribot. 2022. “Disempowering Democracy: Local Representation in Community and Carbon Forestry in Africa.” Ch. 24, pp. 397-416 in Janette Bulkan, John Palmer, Anne M. Larson and Mary Hobley (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Community Forestry. London: Earthscan from Routledge.

View

2022

View

2022

Ribot, Jesse. 2022. "Violent Silence: Framing out Social Causes of Climate-related Crises," Journal of Peasant Studies. Published Online 23 June 2022. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03066150.2022.2069016

PDF

2021

Kashwan, Prakash and Jesse Ribot. 2021. “Violent Silence: Erasing History and Justice in Global Climate Negotiations & Action.” Current History. November Issue: 326-331.

View

2021

Lahsen, Myanna and Jesse Ribot. 2021. “Politics of Attributing Extreme Events and Disasters to Climate Change.” WIREs Climate Change. Available at: https://wires.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wcc.750

PDF

2020

Milgroom, Jessica and Jesse Ribot. 2019. “Children of another land: social disarticulation, access to natural resources and the reconfiguration of authority in post resettlement,” Conservation and Society. Vol 33(3). Online Version.

2020

Peluso, Nancy Lee and Jesse Ribot. 2019. Postscript for Special Issue on “A Theory of Access,” Society & Natural Resources, Vol. 33, No. 3.

2020

Peluso, Nancy and Jesse Ribot. 2020. Postscript for Special Issue on “A Theory of Access,” Society & Natural Resources, Vol. 33, No. 2. Pp. 300-306.

PDF
View

2020

Ribot, Jesse, Papa Faye and Matthew Turner. 2020. “Climate of Anxiety in the Sahel: Emigration in Xenophobic Times,” Public Culture. 32(1):45-75.

View

2019

Ribot, Jesse. 2019. “Social Causality of our Common Climate Crisis: Toward a Sociodicy for the Anthropocene,” Ch. 2, pp. 35-53 in Tobias Haller, Thomas Breu, Tine De Moor, Christian Rohr and Heinzpeter Znoj (eds.) The Commons in a Glocal World: Global Connections and Local Responses. London: Routledge.

View

2018

Lund, Jens Friis, Rebecca Rutt and Jesse Ribot. 2018. “Trends in research on forestry decentralization policies,” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Vol. 32, pp. 17-22

2018

Ribot, Jesse. 2018. “Ontologies of Occlusion in the Anthropocene.” This is a response to: Bauer, A. M. and Ellis, E. C. 2018. "The Anthropocene divide: obscuring understanding of social-environmental change." Current Anthropology 59(2). Go to the link for this article and scroll down to read my 'response'

2017 -- put online

Ribot, Jesse. 2017. The Business of Sustainable Development, An African Forest Tale (an Ode to the Lorax). Book in search of publisher.

View

2017 -- posted online by me

Ribot, Jesse. 2017. The Business of Sustainable Development, An African Forest Tale (an Ode to the Lorax). Publication in search of publisher.

View

2017

Ece, Melis, James Murombedzi and Jesse Ribot (eds.). 2017. “Disempowering Democracy: Local Representation in Community and Carbon Forestry in Africa,” Conservation and Society. 15(4): 357-370. Special Issue on Rights, Representation and REDD+. This is a collection of seven articles from seven researchers in the five-year thirteen-country thirty-five case study comparative research program the Responsive Forest Governance Initiative (RFGI). More details under RESEARCH/RFGI tabs.

2017

Faye, Papa and Jesse Ribot. 2017. “Causes for Adaptation: Access to Forests, Markets and Representation in Eastern Senegal” Sustainability. Vol. 9, No. 311. Pp. 20.

2017

Faye, Papa, Tobias Haller and Jesse Ribot. 2017. “Shaping Rules and Practice for More Justice. Local Conventions and Local Resistance in Eastern Senegal” Human Ecology. Online publication 25 July.

2017

Ramprasad, Vijay, Jesse Ribot and Ashwini Chhatre. 2017. Pertinent Issue, Flawed Methods. 9 December 2017 vol. LII no. 49 Economic & Political Weekly.

2017

Ribot, Jesse. 2017. ‘Choose Democracy: Guidance for Democratizing through Natural Resource Management Interventions,’ a Responsive Forest Governance Initiative (RFGI) policy brief of the Swedish International Center for Local Democracy (ICLD) with CODESRIA, IUCN and University of Illinois [Also available in French 2018 as ‘Choisir la démocratie : la gestion des ressources naturelles pour les décideurs, bailleurs de fonds, et agents de terrain’].

View

2017

Ribot, Jesse. 2017. “Vulnerability does not Fall from the Sky: Addressing a Risk Conundrum,” in R. Kasperson, K. Dow, and N. Pidgeon (eds.), Risk Conundrums: Solving Unsolvable Problems. London: Earthscan.

2017

Ribot, Jesse. 1997. ‘An Ode to the Lorax: The Business of Sustainable Development, An African Forest Tale’, Africa Today, Vol. 44, No. 2. Reprinted in Lokayan Bulletin (New Delhi), Vol. 13, No. 3, 1997. Reprinted in Medicine and Global Survival, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1998

View

2017

Ribot, Jesse. 2017. “Causa y responsabilidad: vulnerabilidad y clima en el Antropoceno” Acta Sociológica. No. 73, pp. 13-81. Spanish translation of Ribot 2014.

2017

Ribot, Jesse and Nancy Peluso. 2017. “Uma Teoria do Acesso,” Pp. 117-152 in Sandro Dutra, Silva Doris Sayago, Fabiano Toni, and Francisco Itami Campos (eds.) Ensaios em Ciências Ambientais: Crises, riscos e racionalidades. Brasilia: Editora Garamond Ltda. Translation of Ribot and Peluso 2003 article in Rural Sociology.

2017

Chari, Sharad, Susanne Friedberg, Vinay Gidwani, Jesse Ribot and Wendy Wolford (eds.). 2017. Other Geographies: The Influences of Michael Watts. London: John Wiley & Sons.

more results