Amelia Moore


Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology from the University of California Berkeley
B.A. in Environmental Biology from Columbia University

Selected Publications

2020 “Science communication demands a critical approach that centers inclusion, equity, and intersectionality”, Co-authored with Sunshine Menezes, Katherine N Canfield, Shayle B Matsuda, Alycia N Mosley Austin, Bryan Dewsbury, Mónica Ivelisse Feliú-Mójer, Katharine W B Mcduffie, Kendall Moore, Christine A Reich, Hollie Smith, Cynthia Taylor, Frontiers in Communication, Science and Environmental Communication 5(2): Jan 2020

2019 Destination Anthropocene: Science and Tourism in The Bahamas. University of California Press.

2019 “Selling Anthropocene Space: Adventures In and Out of Sustainable Tourism.” Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27(4): 436-451

2018 “Citation Matters: An Updated Reading List for a Progressive Environmental Anthropology.” Teaching Tools, Cultural Anthropology Fieldsightes, published online December 3rd, Co-authored with Bridget Guarasci and Sarah Vaughn

2018 “Feeding Island Dreams: Exploring the Relationship Between Agritourism and Food Security in The Bahamas”, Co-Authored with Adelle Thomas, and Michael Edwards, Island Studies Journal 13(2): 145-162

2018 “Working Together to Restore the Reef”, Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology Fieldsightes: published online July 26th, Sarah Besky and Alex Blanchette, Eds.

2018 “The Social Dynamics of Turbine Tourism and Recreation: Introducing a mixed-methods approach to the study of the First US Offshore Wind Farm”. Co-Authored with Hollie Smith, Tiffany Smythe, David Bidwell, and Jen McCann. Energy Research Social Science 45: 307-317

2016 “Anthropocene Anthropology: Reconceptualizing Contemporary Global Change.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 22(1):27-46

2015 “The Anthropocene: A Critical Exploration.” Special Issue on the Anthropocene. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 6: 1-3. Author and invited Co-Editor with Paige West and Daniel Brockington.

2015 “Tourism in the Anthropocene Park? New Analytic Possibilities.” International Journal of Tourism Anthropology 4(2): 186-200

2015 “Islands of Difference: Design, Urbanism, and Sustainable Tourism in the Anthropocene Caribbean.”Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 20(3): 513-532

2014 with N. Van Cao, N. Thien Tao, A. Montoya, K. Broad, A. Rasmussen, H.K. Voris, Z. Tacaks. “Sea Snake Harvest in the Gulf of Thailand.”Conservation Biology 28(6): 1677-1687

2012 “The Aquatic Invaders: Marine Management Figuring Fishermen, Fisheries, and Lionfish.” Cultural Anthropology 27(4): 667-688

2010 “Climate Changing Small Islands: Considering Social Science and the Production of Island Vulnerability and Opportunity.” Environment and Society: Advances in Research 1: 116-131

Research Abstracts