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McKenzie Frances Johnson

Assistant Professor


Environmental Policy, PhD, Duke University
Conservation Biology, MA, Columbia University
Environmental Studies, AB, Vassar College

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
Assistant Professor, Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment
Assistant Professor, Women & Gender in Global Perspectives
Assistant Professor, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Assistant Professor, Center for African Studies

Recent Publications

Anderson, S. R., & Johnson, M. F. (2024). The spatial and scalar politics of a just energy transition in Illinois. Political Geography, 112, Article 103128.

Cruz, J. G., & Johnson, M. (2024). Towards a spectrum of dissent: A content analysis of Hawai'i’s invasive species media. NeoBiota, 92, 315-348.

Johnson, M. F., Rodríguez, L. A., & Quijano Hoyos, M. (Accepted/In press). Governing after FARC: environmental peacebuilding in Caquetá, Colombia. Journal of Peasant Studies.

Krampe, F., O’Driscoll, D., Johnson, MENZIE., Simangan, D., Hegazi, F., & de Coning, C. (2024). Climate change and peacebuilding: sub-themes of an emerging research agenda. International Affairs, 100(3), 1111-1130.

Ide, T., Johnson, M. F., Barnett, J., Krampe, F., Le Billon, P., Maertens, L., von Uexkull, N., & Vélez-Torres, I. (2023). The Future of Environmental Peace and Conflict Research. Environmental Politics, 32(6), 1077-1103.

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