Michael Stanton

Visiting Assistant Professor
220 Swallow Hall

I am an environmental anthropologist specializing in socioecological systems, focusing on sustainable agriculture, water resources, climate change, and environmental justice issues. Research includes ethnographic and mixed methods approaches to working with community members to shape policy and develop sustainable solutions to environmental problems.

Research Areas: Environmental social science, applied anthropology, agroecology and food systems, environmental justice, coupled human and natural systems, political ecology, and bioregionalism.

Applying interdisciplinary skills to analyze and evaluate social, environmental, and economic aspects of coupled human and natural systems, addressing impacts of shifting land and resource use patterns within and across natural and political boundaries

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