Presentations 

2008-2009

Grants, Fellowships, and Awards

Education

Alison Heslin, PhD

Publications

 Copyright ©  Alison Heslin

PhD, Sociology Emory University 2016

MA, Sociology Emory University 2014

BA, Sociology University of Richmond 2009


Heslin, Alison, Robert Oakes, Natalie Delia Deckard, and Arianna Montero-Colbert. 2018. “Displacement and Resettlement: Understanding the Role of Climate Change in Contemporary Migration” in Loss and Damage from Climate Change: Concepts, Principles and Policy Options, edited by R. Mechler, L. Bouwer, J. Linnerooth-Bayer, T. Schinko, S. Surminski. Springer.

Heslin, Alison. 2018. “Climate Migration and Cultural Preservation: The Case of the Marshallese Diaspora.” in Loss and Damage from Climate Change: Concepts, Principles and Policy Options, edited by R. Mechler, L. Bouwer, J. Linnerooth-Bayer, T. Schinko, S. Surminski. Springer. 


Delia Deckard, Natalie & Alison Heslin. 2016. "After Postnational Citizenship: Constructing the Boundaries of Inclusion in Neoliberal Contexts." Sociology Compass. 10 (4): 294-305. 

Winders, Bill, Alison Heslin, Gloria Ross, Hannah Weksler, and Seanna Berry. 2016. "Life After the Regime: Market Instability with the Fall of the US Food Regime." Agriculture and Human Values. 33 (1): 73-88. 

Heslin, Alison. 2015. "Development: Sustainable Agriculture" Pp 807-811 in The International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition, vol. 23, edited by James D. Wright. Elsevier. 

 


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 "Using Satellite Imagery and Geographic Data to Understand Climate- Induced Displacement." Science for Decision-Making in a Warmer World: 10 Years of the NPCC New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY. March 15, 2019.

Delia Deckard, Natalie and Alison Heslin. "After the Deluge: Gentrified Spaces in the Aftermath of Disaster-Induced Outmigration." Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 7, 2018.

“Food and violence: complicating the relationship between social conflict and natural resources” International Conference on Global Food Security Cape Town, South Africa. December 3-6, 2017.

“Blood and Soil: The Dynamic Relationship between Natural Resources and Social Conflict” International Conference on Sustainable Development. Columbia University, New York, NY. September 18-20, 2017.

 “Climate Change, Migration, and Cultural Preservation: The Case of the Marshall Islands” The Gallatin School of Individualized Study Conference on Climate Change. New York University, New York, NY. September 14-15, 2017.

Delia Deckard, Natalie and Alison Heslin. “Regulating the Poor: The Welfare State and the Governance of Marginality in Puerto Rico” Panel Presentation on New Comparative Perspectives on the Causes and Consequences of Welfare States. American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada. August 12-15, 2017. 


" Social Components of Climate Change" Furious Pechakucha. New York University, April 24, 2017. 

"Water, Food, and Conflict: How Resource Scarcity Influences Collective Violence" Panel Presentation on Water Supply Scarcities and Resource Interlinkages at the Water SDGs and Future Water Management Symposium, University College London. November 8-9, 2016.  

" Food Security and Stability: A Comparison of Food Riot Mobilization in India and Bangladesh , "Panel Presentation on Food Price Spikes: Causes and Consequences at the International Conference on Global Food Security, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Oct 10-14 2015.  

" Understanding Food Riots: A Time Series Analysis of Contemporary African Protest "Panel Presentation on Collective Behavior at the American Sociological Association Annual Conference, New York City. August 10-13, 2013


"Life After the Regime: Market Volatility After the US Food Regime", Roundtable on Political Economy of the World System with Bill Winders. American Sociological Association's Annual Conference, New York City. August 10-13, 2013. 

"A Multidisciplinary Assessment of Food and Water Security and Climate Change Vulnerability in Bangladesh", Poster presentation with Christina Brosius, Elizabeth Ervin, & Gwendolyn Parker. Global Health Institute Scholars' Symposium, Atlanta, GA. October 17, 2012. 

"Climate Change and Food Security in Bangladesh" Panel Presentation at the Global Applied Research Network, South Asia. Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 15, 2012.  


​​Horn Family Fund for Environmental Studies   


Graduate Student Teaching Award, Emory University


 Boren Fellowship 


Piedmont Fellow in Sustainability, Teaching, and Curriculum


Global Health Institute Multidisciplinary Team Scholar


Weinstein Family Fellowship