Martin W. Lewis.

Senior lecturer emeritus at Stanford University, where he taught world history and world geography from 2002 to 2022. He graduated from Calaveras High School in San Andreas, California in 1975, and from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1979, with a degree in Environmental Studies. In 1987 he earned a PhD in geography from the University of California at Berkeley in 1988, writing his dissertation on economic development, cultural change, and environmental degradation in the highlands of northern Luzon in the Philippines. Before coming to Stanford, he taught at the George Washington University and Duke University. 





Martin Lewis is a strong believer in comprehensive frameworks of knowledge about the world, which he seeks to develop and convey in his writing and teaching. By the same token, loathes the pervasive indifference to knowledge that characterizes the American educational establishment. His intellectual heroes are Abu Rayhan al-Biruni (973–1050) and Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859), and his anti-hero is John Dewey (1859–1952).
Martin lives with his wife of forty years, Kären Wigen, on the Stanford Campus, near Palo Alto, California. They have two adult children and two young granddaughters, who they visit as often as possible. He spends much of his time at his family’s rural property in Mendocino County, California, where he gardens and helps manage the land. In his personal view, a fulfilling life must involve a balance of intellectual and physical labor.  


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Publication Timeline

2015Indo-European Controversy: Facts and Fallacies in Historical Linguistics (with Asya Pereltsvaig). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1997The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography (with Kären Wigen) Berkeley: University of California Press.
1996Edited, with Paul R. Gross and Norman Levitt. The Flight from Science and ReasonAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 775. (Reprinted 1997, Johns Hopkins University Press)
1992Green Delusions: An Environmentalist Critique of Radical Environmentalism. Durham: Duke University Press. (Paperback edition, with new preface, 1994)
1992Wagering the Land: Ritual, Capital, and Environmental Degradation in the Cordillera of Northern Luzon. 1900-1986. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
2000“Global Ignorance.” The Geographical Review 90(4) 603-628
1999“A Maritime Response to the Crisis in Area Studies.” (with Kären Wigen) Geographical Review 89(2), 161-168. (Special Issue: “Oceans Connect”)
1999“Dividing the Ocean Sea.” Geographical Review 89 (2), 188-214. (Special Issue: “Oceans Connect”)
1993“On Human Connectedness with Nature.” New Literary History 24(4), 797-809. (Reprinted, 2004 in Intersections, ed. Mark Johnson. Littleton, MA: Tapestry Press [specialized publication designed for required first-year course at Central College, Pella, Iowa]).
1993“The Reinvention of Cultural Geography.” (with Marie Price). Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83(1), 1-17.
1992 “Agricultural Regions in the Philippine Cordillera.” Geographical Review 82(1), 29-42.
1991“Elusive Societies: A Regional-Cartographical Approach to the Study Of Human Relatedness.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 81(4), 605-626.
1989“Commercialization and Community Life: The Geography of Exchange in a Small-Scale Society.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 79(3), 390-410.
2017“The Promise of—and the Threats to—Historical Linguistics as a Complement to Bentleyan World History.” In Laura Mitchell and Alan Karras, eds. Encounters Old and New in World History. University of Hawaii Press.
2011“Geographies.” In Jerry Bentley, ed. The Oxford Handbook of World History. Oxford University Press.
2009“Where is Asia?  What is the Pacific?:  The Politics and Practice of Global Division.”  In Terence Wesley-Smith and Jon Goss, eds., Remaking Area Studies: New Perspectives on Learning Asia-Pacific. University of Hawaii Press. 
2003“Asian Geography.” (with Nanda Shrestha, Shaul Cohen, and Mary McDonald).  In Gary L. Gaile and Cort J. Willmott, eds. Geography in America at the Dawn of the 21st Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 618-657.
1996“Radical Environmental Philosophy and the Assault on Reason.” In Paul R. Gross, Norman Levitt, and Martin W. Lewis, eds., The Flight from Science and ReasonAnnals of the New York Academy of Science, 775, 209-230.
2010“Geographical Ignorance.” Encyclopedia of Geography, Barney Warf, editor. SAGE Reference. 
2004“Cartography.” Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, William McNeill, senior editor. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing. 
2004“Geographical Constructions.” Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, William McNeill, senior editor. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing. 
2004“Cultural and Geographical Areas” Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, William McNeill, senior editor. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing. 
2019Globalization and Diversity: Geography of a Changing World. (with Lester Rowntree, Marie Price, and William Wyckoff). Sixth Edition New Jersey: Pearson.
2018Diversity Amid Globalization: World Regions, Environment, Development. (with Lester Rowntree, Marie Price, and William Wyckoff). Seventh Edition. New Jersey: Pearson. (Winner, 2001 Award for Best New Textbook in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Text and Academic Authors Association). 
2019“Urban Jungle: Housing Reserves for Endangered Human Habitat.” The Breakthrough Journal, #10: Winter 2019.
2015“Rewilding Pragmatism.” The Breakthrough Journal, # 5: 65-74, Summer, 2015
2014“The Education of an Eco-Modernist: From Eco-Radicalism to Radical Pragmatism.” The Breakthrough Journal, # 4, Summer, 2014
2010-2016801 Separate Blog-Posts of a Semi-Scholarly Nature for GeoCurrents (
2004Solicited comments on Mark von Hagen’s “Empires, Borderlands, and: Diasporas Eurasia as Anti-Paradigm for Post-Soviet Studies,” and Heinz-Gerhard Haupt’s “European History as Comparative History.” Ab Imperio (Kazan, Russia), 2004, 1: 174-177.
2004“Geography and Culture.” In Condensed Knowledge, eds., Will Pearson, Mangesh Hattikuder, and Elizabeth Hunt. HarperResource. Pp 107-128. 
2000“Third Worldism or Globalism: A Reply to Blaut’s Review of The Myth of Continents.” (with Kären Wigen) Journal of World History 11(1), 81-92.
2000“Is There a Third World? Response to Paul Mack.”  Current History
2000“The Water World: Maritime Basins as Global Architects” Ubique: Notes from the American Geographical Society 20, 1-2. 
1999“Toward a Self-Critical Environmentalism?”  Solicited Response to Lynton Keith Caldwell’s “Is Humanity Doomed To Self-Destruct?” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 1999, 215-217.
1999“Is There a Third World?” Special Symposium on Rethinking the Third World, Current History 98(631), 355-358. 
1998“Hearts and Minds: Author’s Response.” Review Symposium on The Flight from Science and ReasonMetascience 7(1), 39-45.
1996Solicited Communication to the Editor. Comments on Joel E. Cohen’s “How Many People Can the Earth Support?” The Sciences (The New York Academy of Sciences), v. 36, page 5.
1994“Environmental History Challenges the Myth of a Primordial Eden.” Chronicle of Higher Education, May 4, 1994, page A56. (Reprinted in Journal of Geological Education.) (Reprinted in Scott Slovic, ed., Worldly Words: American Nature Writing for Students of English. Tokyo: Fumikura Press, 1995)
1993“On Reading Cultural Geography” (with Marie Price). (Reply to P. Jackson, J. Duncan, and D. Cosgrove). Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83(3), 520-522.
2020Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe, by Katharina 
Piechocki. Imago Mundi, 72:2, 203-204.
2019Feeding Manila in Peace and War, 1850-1945. Daniel F. Doeppers. Association of American Geographers Review of Books. 7:2, 93-95.
2016A World Made for Money, by Bret Wallach. Association of American Geographers Review of Books
2016Asia Inside Out: Connected Places, edited by Eric Tagliacozzo, Helen F. Siu, and Peter C. Perdue. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 47(1): 132-133.
2015American Capitals, by Christian Montes. American Historical Review 120(1), 241-242.
2012The Contours of America’s Cold War, by Matthew Farish. American Historical Review.
2012The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars, by Michael E. Mann. Issues in Science and Technology 29(1), 88-92
2011The Agile City: Building Well-Being and Wealth in an Era of Climate Change, by James S. Russell. Issues in Science and Technology 28(1), 88-91.
2011The Climate War: True Believers, Power Brokers, and the Fight to Save the Earth, by Eric Pooley. Issues in Science and Technology 27 (2) 91-94.
2010Bottled and Sold: The History Behind Our Obsession with Bottled Water, by Peter Gelick. Issues in Science and Technology 27 (1) 85-88. 
2010The Rising Sea, by Orrin H. Pilkey and Rob Young and Planning for Coastal Resilience, by Timothy Beatley. Issues in Science and Technology 26 (2) 85-90.
2009Europe Between the Oceans: 9000 BC-AD 1000, by Barry Cunliffe. The International History Review 31(3), 590-591.
2008Global Catastrophes and Trends: The Next Fifty Years, by Vaclav Smil. Issues In Science and Technology 25(1), 91-95. 
2008A Hundred Horizons: The Indian Ocean in the Age of Global Empire, by Sugata Bose. The Geographical Review 98(2), 306-308
2007The Unnatural History of the Sea, by Callum Roberts. Issues in Science and Technology 24(1), 91-95.
2007The Revenge of Gaia: Earth’s Climate in Crisis and the Fate of Humanity, by James Lovelock. Issues in Science and Technology 23(2), 81-84
2006Cities in the Wilderness: A New Vision of Land Use in America, by Bruce BabbittIssues in Science and Technology.
2005The New Consumers: The Influence of Affluence on the Environment, by Norman Meyers and Jennifer Kent. Issues in Science and Technology 21(2), 90-92.
2004Red Sky at Morning, by Gus Speth. Issues in Science and Technology 20(4), 79-81.
2004American Empire:  Roosevelt’s Geographer and the Prelude to Globalization, by Neil Smith. American Historical Review, p. 554. 
2003Beyond Earth Day: Fulfilling the Promise, by Gaylord Nelson. Issues in Science and Technology, 19(3), 98-100
2002The Geographical Imagination in America, 1880-1950, by Susan Schulten. The American Historical Review, p. 226.
2001Struggles over Geography: Violence, Freedom, and Development at the Millennium, by Michael Watts. Journal of Peasant Studies 28(4), 178-180. 
2001This Sovereign Land: A New Vision for Governing the West, by Daniel Kemmis, and Plundered Promise: Capitalism, Politics and the Fate of Federal Lands, by Richard Behan. Issues in Science and Technology 17(4), 77-81.
2000Something New Under the Sun: An Environmental History of the Twentieth Century World, by J. R. McNeill. The Geographical Review 90, 147-149.
2000Earth Rising, by Philip Shabecoff, and The Land That Could Be, by William Shutkin. Issues in Science and Technology 17, 75-77
2000Defending Illusions: Federal Protection of Ecosystems, by Allan K. Fitzsimmons Professional Geographer 52, 572-573
2000Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans, by Jonathan D. Moreno. Issues in Science and Technology 16, 82-84.
1999The Promise and Peril of Environmental Justice, by Christopher Foreman. Issues in Science and Technology 15, 88-90.
1997Betrayal of Science and Reason: How Anti-Environmental Rhetoric Threatens Our Future, by Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich. Issues in Science and Technology 13, 82-84.
1996The Causes of Tropical Deforestation, edited by Katrina Brown and David. Pearce Geographical Review 86, 131-133.
1996But Is It True? A Citizen’s Guide to Environmental Health and Safety Issues, by Aaron Wildavsky. Issues in Science and Technology 12, 77-82.
1995Plundering Paradise:  The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines, by Robin Broad (with John Cavanagh). Annals of the Association of American Geographers 85, 591-593.
1994In the Nature of Things: Language, Politics and the Environment, edited by Jane Bennett and William Chaloupka. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 84, 514-516.
1994Forcing the Spring: The Transformation of the American Environmental Movement, by Robert Gottlieb. Issues in Science and Technology 10, 80-84.
1993Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java, by Nancy Lee Peluso. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83, 738-740.
1993Deforestation in the Postwar Philippines, by David Kummer. Geographical Review 83, 95-98. 
1992Soil Erosion in a Coastal River Basin: A Case Study from the Philippines, by Random DuBois. Pilipinas 18, 97-98.
1992Biodiversity: Social and Ecological Perspectives, edited by Vandana Shiva, etal Journal of Asian Studies 51,871-872.
1992The City as Text: The Politics of Landscape Interpretation in the Kandyan Kingdom, by James Duncan. Geographical Review 82(3), 349-352.
1992Rainforest Politics: Ecological Destruction in South-East Asia, by Philip Hurst. Geographical Review 82(1), 94-96.
1990Paradise Found and Lost. Volume III: The Pacific Since Magellan, by O.H.K. Spate. Geographical Review 80(2), 202.
1989Southeast Asia in the Age of Commerce. Volume I: The Lands below the Winds, by Anthony Reid. Geographical Review 79(3), 385. 
2019“Mapping the Imaginary: Introductory Remarks.” International Conference of Mapping the Global Imaginary. Stanford University, David Rumsey Map Center 
2014“The History and Geography of Language” (with Asya Pereltsvaig). Ninth Edition of the Festival delle Scienze, curated by Codice – Idee per la Cultura. Rome, Italy.
2013“Edenic Ethics and the False Promise of Conventional Environmentalism.” Keynote Address, Breakthrough Institute, Annual Conference.
2013“The Promise of Historical Linguistics and the Conundrum of Indo-European Origins.” California State University Channel Islands, Global Histories and Their Futures Series.
2010“The Cultural Geography of Geopolitical Disputes.” Seoul National University, Department of Geography, Seoul, South Korea.
2010“Korea in the Western Cartographic Imagination.” Ewha Women’s University, Institute of World and Global History, Seoul, South Korea.
2010“The Global Geography of Conflict” (four lectures over a two-day period). Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. 
2009“Misled by the Map.” World Affairs Council of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA. 
2008“Public Works and Public Goods.” College Eight Core Lecture, University of California at Santa Cruz.
2005“World Regions and Oceanic Linkages: Historical Connections between the Philippines and East Asia.” Indiana University, Symposium on Globalizing East Asian Studies.  
2003“The Politics and Practice of Global Division.” The George Washington University, Conference on Geography in International Affairs. 
2002“Local Landscapes, Global Flows: The China Trade and Upland Development in Northern Luzon.” University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA. 
2002“Where is Asia?  What is the Pacific? The Politics and Practice of Global Division.” Keynote Address, School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies Graduate Student Conference, University of Hawaii, Manoa.
2002“Oceans Connect: A New System of Global Mapping.”  Department of Geography, University of Hawaii, Manoa. 
2000“Global Ignorance.” Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. 
2000“The Myth of Continents Reconsidered.” Department of History, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
1999“Can Geography Entail Global Studies?” Department of Geography, University of North Carolina, Greensboro. 
1999“Oceans Connect and the Crisis in Area Studies.” Jeremiah Lecture Series, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Oregon, Eugene. 
1998“Global History Entails Global Geography.” Department of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 
1997“A Capsule History of Metageography: From the Three Continents to the Post Area Studies Era.”  Department of Geography, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 
1996“The Flight from Science and Reason.” Fall Research Seminar of Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society), Texas Tech University, Lubbock. 
1995“Radical Environmental Philosophy and the Assault on Reason.”  Conference on the Flight from Science and Reason. The New York Academy of Sciences, New York. 
1995“The Politics of Environmentalism: The Reformist Position” (Presentation followed by debate with Vandana Shiva). Oxford University (Mansfield College): Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics and Society.  
1994“Disengaging from Nature in Order to Save It.” J.N. Dickinson Memorial Lecture, University of Richmond.  
19941994. “Conflicting Visions of Forest Resource Management in the Highlands of Luzon.” Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington D.C. (Sponsored by Southeast Asianists of Washington D.C.)
1993“Green Delusions: An Environmentalist Critique of Radical Environmentalism.” Laird Norton Lecture, Duke University, School of the Environment.
19931993. “Economic Development, Ritual Persistence, and Environmental Degradation in the Highlands of Northern Luzon, Philippines.” Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Geography. 
1993“Environmental Activism and the Hazards of the Radical Approach.” Commonwealth Center for Literary and Social Change, University of Virginia.
1987“Mansida in Buguias: Economic, Ecological, and Ideological Transformations in the Philippine Cordillera.” University of Wisconsin, Tropical Studies Group.
2015“Challenges to a Nation-Building in the Archipelagic Environment of Indonesia,” “The Rise of Boko Haram and other Threats to Nigeria’s National Integrity,” and “Regional, Religious and Linguistic Divisions in the Turkish Nation-State.” World Affairs Council of Houston, Social Studies Professional Development Workshop. 
2014“Cross-Cultural Encounters and the Insecure Potential of Historical Linguistics.” World History Association, West Coast Division, Annual Meeting, Berkeley, CA. 
2013Discussant for panel, “Imagining the Ottoman Imperial Space,” Organized by Ali Yaycioulu. Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, New Orleans.
2010Discussant for panel, “A Single Ocean: Connecting Africa and Asia” (Papers by Barbara Andaya, Ann Kumar, and Martha Chaiklin.) Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, San Diego. 
2004“The Position of the Philippines in World History: Linkages in Gold and Silver.” ICOPHIL (International Conference on Philippines Studies), Leiden, Netherlands.
2003“Cores, Peripheries, and Counter-Cores in Philippine and Global History.” University of California Semi-Annual Conference on World History, University of California at Los Angeles.”
2001“Global Ignorance.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York. 
1999“Imagining the Oceans.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu. 
1999“The State of Southeast Asian Geography in America, 1989-1998.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu. 
1997“Imagining Southeast Asia.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Ft. Worth. 
1997“Geographical Research on the Philippines and Filipinos: A Resurgence?” (with Richard Ulack).  Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Ft. Worth.
1996“The Construction of the World Regional System.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Charlotte.  
1994“Environmental Trauma in the Mountains of Northern Luzon.”  Conference on Environment and Development in Southeast Asia, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
1992“The Regional Structure of Soil Erosion and Social Differentiation in the Northern Philippines.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Diego.
1990“Deforestation in the Cordillera of Northern Luzon, Philippines.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Toronto.
1989“Subsistence Cultivation and Commercial Agriculture in the Highlands of Luzon.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Baltimore.
1988“Local Initiative and Governmental Bungling in the Benguet Vegetable Industry.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Phoenix.  
2019“Comments on the Changing Cartographic Depiction of Borders,”  Geography 2050 Conference: Borders and a Borderless World. American Geographical Society, Columbia University, New York.
2018The Eco-Modernist Movement. Oakmont Symposium, Santa Rosa, CA.
2018Turkey and Russia: From Foes to Friends?  Address to the Fellows of Stanford University’s Distinguished Career Institute.
2018Comments of “Exit Strategy: Social and Institutional Challenges in Rewilding of Agricultural Land,” The Breakthrough Dialogue. SausalitoCA.
2017Misled By the Map: Geography Gets Political.” Stanford University Continuing Studies Program Saturday University.
2016The History and Geography of ISIS. Unitarian-Universalist Church of Palo Alto, Sunday Symposium
2015Pragmatic Rewilding. The Breakthrough Dialogue. Sausalito, CA. 
2014The Philippines in World History. ORIAS Community College Institute, University of California at Berkeley. 
2012(with Asya Pereltsvaig). “Mismodeling Indo-European Origins: Science, the New York Times, and the Assault on Historical Linguistics Stanford, University Sponsored by the Program in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology and the Department of Linguistics.
2010Comments on Ian Morris, Why the West Rules – For Now. Department of History Faculty Symposium, Stanford University.
2009Comments on “An Irrigated Empire: The View from Ottoman Fayyum,” by Alan Mikhail. The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, Stanford University. 
2007Commencement Address.  University of California at Berkeley, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, Graduation Ceremony. 
2007Comments on Ravi Rajan’s Modernizing Nature, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA. 
2005“Perspectives on Building Global Civil Society.” Stanford University, International Relations and International Policy Studies Conference on International NGOs. 
2004Comments on Jim Gelvin’s A History of the Modern Middle East. California Middle East Social and Cultural History Association, Winter Meeting, Stanford University. 
2003“Going for the Gold: Rethinking the Philippines in Global Time and Space.” Stanford University, The Asia/Pacific Research Center. 
2002“The Position of the Philippines in World History and Geography.” Department of Geography, University of the Philippines, Diliman. 
2002“Beyond Civilizations: Maritime Networks in the World Geography Classroom.”  Keynote Address for the Conference Oceans Connect: Maritime Perspectives in and Beyond the Classroom. Duke University. 
2001Faculty Seminar on The Myth of Continents and the Oceans Connect Initiative. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem North Carolina. 
2000“Comments on Geography and Globalization.” World 2000: A Conference on Teaching World History and Geography, Austin, Texas. 
1999“Comments on Andre Gunder Frank’s ReOrient: Global Economy in the Asian Age.” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Washington DC.  
1999“What Is Asia?  Where Is the West? Rethinking Area Studies and the Myth of Continents.”  ISTP Lecture, Murdoch University.  Perth, Australia. 
1999“Changing Conceptions of Asia and the Pacific.” Department of Geography, University of Western Australia.  Perth, Australia.
1999“Cultural Change, Economic Development, and Environmental Degradation in Northern Luzon.” Curtin University. Perth, Australia. 
1999“Response to Commentators.” Panel on “Debunking ‘The Myth’ in Scholarship and the Classroom” (Special Session on The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography). Annual Meeting of the World History Association, Victoria, Canada. 
1999“Oceans Connect and the Mediterranean.” Presentation at “Crossings: Mediterraneanizing the Politics of Location, History, and Knowledge.” International Conference at Duke University. 
1999Panel Discussion.  “Author Meets Critics: The Myth of Continents.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu. 
1998“Imaging the Oceans.” Oceans Connect Workshop, Duke University. 
1998“Oceans Connect.” Engaging Faculty Series, Duke University. 
1998Comments on “Integration and Disintegration in Contemporary Europe,” by Alexander Murphy.  Plenary Session of the European Specialty Group, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston. 
1996Comments on “A Storm Blowing from Paradise: Negative Globality and Latin American Cultural Studies,” by Alberto Moreiras.  Cultural Anthropology Colloquium, Duke University. 
1995“East and West: Orient and Occident.” Area Studies Workshop, Duke University.
1994“Green Delusions Reconsidered.” Eco-Media, Washington D.C. 1993. “Academic Publishing.”  In Panel Discussion, “Beyond 800 Words: Selling  Environmental Books and Magazine Articles.”  National Conference of the Society of Environmental Journalists, Durham, North Carolina. 
1994Comments on Samuel P. Hays, “Charting a Course for Environmental History.” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, San Francisco.  
1992“Radical Environmentalism and Environmental Action.” George Washington University Students for Environmental Action.
1992“The ‘People’s Power Revolution’ in the Cordillera of Northern Luzon.” SEAWASH (Southeast Asianists of Washington D.C.) Quarterly Meeting.
1991“Forms of Radical Environmentalism.”  Columbian College Alumni Association, The George Washington University. 
1991“Wagering the Land: Commercial Vegetable Farming and Environmental Degradation in Northern Luzon.”  Development Studies Forum, The George Washington University. 
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