Professor, Don Martindale Endowed Chair
Ph.D. 1998 Northwestern University
Room 1070 Social Sciences
Environmental Justice Studies; Racial and Ethnic Inequality; Transnational Social Movements; Qualitative Research Methods; Labor Studies; Immigration.
Prof. Pellow is mainly interested in the intersections between social inequality and environmental conflict. He continues to work on transnational environmental justice movements and global policy frameworks concerning sustainability. He is working on a study of radical environmental and animal rights movements and their experiences with state repression.
The Slums of Aspen: Immigrants vs. the Environment in America’s Eden. with Park, Lisa Sun-Hee 2011. New York University Press.
“Politics by Other Greens: The Importance of Transnational Environmental Justice Movement Networks.” Pp. 247-265 in JoAnn Carmin and Julian Agyeman (Eds). Environmental Inequalities Beyond Borders: Local Perspectives on Global Injustices. MIT Press. 2011.
“Environmental Justice,” with Paul Mohai and J. Timmons Roberts. 2009.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 34:405-430.
“The Global Waste Trade and Environmental Justice Struggles.” 2009. Pp. 225-236 in Handbook on Trade and the Environment, edited by K. P. Gallagher. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
The Treadmill of Production: Injustice and Unsustainability in the Global Economy, with Kenneth A. Gould and Allan Schnaiberg. 2008. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
"The State and Policy: Imperialism, Exclusion, and Ecological Violence as State Policy." 2008. Pp. 47-58 in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology, edited by K. A. Gould and T. L. Lewis. New York: Oxford University Press.