Environment; Climate Change Adaptation; Community Power
Year of Entry: 2014
Dissertation Title: "Insuring Inequality: The Role of FEMA in Unequal Adaptation to Sea-Level Rise in Coastal New England."
Master's Thesis: "Of Cowboys and Cupuaçu: The Diffusion of Agroforestry in the Western Amazon."
Affiliation: Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
- Interdisciplinary Opportunity Award, Graduate School, Brown University
- Dean's Faculty Fellowship - Visiting Assistant Professor in Sociology, Brown University
- Nelson, Jon. 2020. “Of Farms and Forests: Farm-level land-use decisions, socio-environmental systems, and regional development in Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest”. Environmental Sociology 6(3):322-341.
- Nelson, Jon, and Paul Stock. "Repeasantisation in the United States." Sociologia Ruralis 58, no. 1 (2018): 83-103.