Janelle Silva

Lecturer

Ph.D. Political Science, University of Washington 2013

Office: Truly House
Phone: (206) 307-4563

Email: jlambach@uw.edu 

 

Teaching

Political Theory, International Relations, Environmental Political Theory, Environmental Ethics, Global Environmental Politics, Global Justice & Activism, Philosophy

Recent Courses Taught

American Government & Politics
Art & Politics of Walking
Contemporary Political Ideas & Ideologies
Democracy, Politics, and Freedom
Environmental Ethics
Global Environmental Politics
Global Justice Activism & NGOs
Individuality & Individualism
International Relations
Intro to Philosophy

Research/Scholarship

Politics of Extinction, Democratic Theory, Critical Globalization Studies, Green Civic Republicanism, Freedom and Green Politics, International Peace Parks, Politics of Ecological Nostalgia, Wilderness & Wildness, Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Selected Publications

“Extinction & Democracy: Wildness, Wilderness, and Global Conservation.”  Interdisciplinary Environmental Review, Vol. 18, Nos 3/4, pp. 325-349 (2017)

Justice, Power, and Activism:  What the Goldman Environmental Prize Winners Teach Us About Resilience and Democracy.”  Curriculum for the Bioregion (2017)

“Limits of Freedom and the Freedom of Limits,” in Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory (Oxford 2016)

“Nesting Cranes:  Envisioning A Russo-Japanese Peace Park in the Kuril Islands,” in Peace Parks:  Conservation and Conflict Resolution (Saleem Ali, Editor), (MIT Press 2007)

Book Review:  The Green StateRethinking Democracy and Sovereignty (Robyn Eckersley), in Global Environmental Politics V.4 n.4 (2004), MIT Press