OCCRI Researchers

Title: Research Associate
Name: Elizabeth Marino
Institution: Oregon State University – Cascades Campus
Department: Anthropology
Education:

PhD Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks


Research Theme: Climate change adaptation policy, climate change related disasters, and environmental migration – the effects of climate change on communities.

Research Fields:

Community and Disaster Planning
Human Impacts Health
Human Impacts Policy

Professional Activities:

Member of the American Anthropological Association

Member of the Society for Applied Anthropology

Former Facilitator for the United Nations Environment and Human Security Summer Academy

Academic Advisor for the film: “Moving Day” by Ironworks Films

Selected Publications:

Marino, E. (in press). Environmental migration in a climate of change: the anthropology of social vulnerability, disaster, and justice. In H. Kopnina and E. Ouimet, The Future of Environmental Anthropology. Routledge.

Marino, E. & Ribot, J. (2012). Adding insult to injury: Climate change, social stratification, and the inequities of intervention, an introduction. In E. Marino and J. Ribot (Eds.), Adding insult to injury: climate change, social stratification and the inequities of intervention, special issue Global Environmental Change 22(2):323-328.

Marino, E. (2012). The long history of environmental relocation: Assessing vulnerability construction and obstacles to successful relocation in Shishmaref, Alaska. In E. Marino and J. Ribot (Eds.). Adding insult to injury: climate change, social stratification and the inequities of intervention, special issue Global Environmental Change 22(2): 374-381.

Marino, E. & Schweitzer, P. (2008). Talking and not talking about climate change. In S. Crate & M. Nuttall (Eds.), Anthropology and Climate Change. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press: 209-217.