Clare Cannon is in her fourth year of doctoral work in the interdisciplinary City, Culture + Community PhD program at Tulane University. She received her B.A. with honors from Scripps College of the Claremont Consortium. She received her M.A. with distinction at Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. Her research areas include political economy and the environment, global and urban sustainability, gender inequality, feminist and queer theories, social policy, quantitative methodologies, and critical social theory. She researches intersections of gender and environmental sustainability. When not working, she enjoys coffee, rock climbing, and traveling.
Ecology and Society, Gender Inequality, Gender and the Environment, Feminist and Queer Theories, Intimate Partner Violence
Political Economy and the Environment, Feminist and Queer Theories
Exposure to Environmental Hazards: Analyzing the Location and Distribution of Landfills in the Contiguous United States
- McKinney, Laura A., Ed Kick, and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2015. "A human ecology approach to environmental inequality: A county-level analysis of natural disasters and the distribution of landfills in the Southeastern US." Human Ecology Review 21(1): 109-132.
- Cannon, Clare E. B., Katie Lauve-Moon, and Fred Buttell. 2015. "Re-theorizing Intimate Partner Violence through Post-structural Feminism, Queer theory, and the Sociology of Gender." Social Sciences. http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/4/3/668/pdf
- Cannon, Clare E. B. and Fred Buttell. 2015. "Illusion of inclusion: The failure of the gender paradigm to account for IPV in LGBT relationships." Partner Abuse 6(1): 65-77.
- Burnette, Catherine and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2014. "'It will always continue unless we change something': Consequences of intimate partner violence for indigenous women, children, and families." European Journal of Psychotraumatology.