Associate Professor, Department of International Development and Global Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 4866
Work E-mail: [email protected]
Her full biography can be found here.
Melissa's research interests, broadly defined, encompass: environmental governance (community-based management, adaptive co-management, certification), agrarian change and transformation, sustainability and resilience, livelihoods and making a living, small-producer, fishers and fish farmers, Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Vietnam.
Type of Student Support She Seeks
She is looking for graduate students interested in pursuing research in one of the following areas:
- fishing, fish-farming, and poverty alleviation in Southeast Asia;
- resource governance (co-management, certification, credits), focusing on Canada and abroad;
- climate change, resilience and the urban environment in the Mekong Region;
- agrarian change and making a livelihood.