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Professor Alida Cantor
Professor Alida Cantor

Professor Cantor is a new arrival in the Geography Department, beginning in Winter 2018. She received her PhD in Geography in 2016 from Clark University. She now teaches GEOG 230: Environment and Society, and GEOG 446/546: Water Resource Management. Her research interests include political ecology, water resources, legal geography, environmental justice, food systems, and human-environment geography. She is currently accepting new graduate students. 

Recent Publications: 

Cantor, Alida, J. Emel, and H. Neo (2018). "Networks of global production and resistance: Meat, dairy, and place." In Food and Place: A Critical Exploration, eds. P. Joassart-Marcelli and F. Bosco. Rowman & Littlefield.

Cantor, Alida (2017). “Material, political, and biopolitical dimensions of "waste" in California water law.” Antipode.

Stoddard, Elisabeth and A. Cantor (2017).  “Using a relational network vulnerability assessment to analyze the vulnerability of North Carolina’s hog industry to foot-and-mouth disease.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers.

Cantor, Alida (2016). “The public trust doctrine and critical legal geographies of water in California.”  Geoforum 72: 49-57.

Cantor, Alida, V. DeLauer, D. Martin, and J. Rogan (2015). “Training interdisciplinary ‘wicked problem’ solvers: Applying lessons from HERO in community-based research experiences for undergraduates.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 39(3): 407-419.