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					Harrison
CV
updated
10/21/10




                                                        

                                         JILL
LINDSAY
HARRISON

                                                Assistant
Professor

                                Department
of
Community
&
Environmental
Sociology

                                         University
of
Wisconsin‐Madison

                                                1450
Linden
Drive

                                                Madison,
WI
53706

                                                   608/890‐1370

                                              harrison@dces.wisc.edu





AREAS
OF
ACADEMIC
INTEREST
AND
COMPETANCE



Agrifood
systems
(conventional);
pesticides;
agricultural
labor;
social
movements;

environmental
justice;
anti‐toxics
activism;
immigration
politics

                                                

                                                                                               

EDUCATION



Ph.D.
in
Environmental
Studies
(with
a
parenthetical
in
Environmental
Sociology),
University
of

        California,
Santa
Cruz
(2006)

         



B.A.
in
Development
Studies
(with
honors),
University
of
California,
Berkeley
(1997)





                                                                                               

RESEARCH
AND
PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE



Department
of
Community
&
Environmental
Sociology,
University
of
Wisconsin‐Madison

        Assistant
Professor
(2006‐present)

        Buttel‐Sewell
Professor
of
Rural
Sociology
(2006‐present)

        Faculty
Affiliate,
Program
on
Agricultural
Technology
Studies
(2006‐present)

        Faculty
Affiliate,
Agroecology
Graduate
Program
(2006‐present)

        Faculty
Affiliate,
Holtz
Center
for
Science
and
Technology
Studies
(2008‐present)

        Faculty
Affiliate,
Nelson
Institute
for
Environmental
Studies
(2008‐present)



University
of
California,
Santa
Cruz


       Teaching
Assistant,
Environmental
Studies
Department
(2001‐2006)

        Teaching
Assistant,
Community
Studies
Department
(2005)

        Research
Assistant,
Community
Studies
Department
(2005)


       Research
Assistant,
Environmental
Studies
Department
(2003)



Various
farms
in
Washington
State

        Farm
Apprentice/
Farm
Worker
(1998‐2000)

                        

Institute
for
Food
and
Development
Policy
(Food
First),
Oakland,
CA


        Research
Assistant/
Program
Assistant/
Field
Assistant
(1997‐1998)





                                                        1
Harrison
CV
updated
10/21/10






                                                                                                     

PUBLICATIONS



Books

Forthcoming.
Pesticide
Drift
and
the
Pursuit
of
Environmental
Justice.
Book
manuscript

completed,
under
contract
with
MIT
Press,
and
in
press;
publication
expected
in
Summer
2011.



Articles
and
Book
Chapters

Forthcoming.
“Illegality
at
work:
Deportability
and
the
productive
new
era
of
immigration

        enforcement.”
Antipode.
(Accepted
for
publication
on
July
20,
2010.
Co‐author:
Sarah

        Lloyd.)



Forthcoming.
“Parsing
‘participation’
in
action
research:
Navigating
the
challenges
of
lay

        involvement
in
technically
complex
participatory
science
projects.”
Society
and
Natural

        Resources.
(Accepted
for
publication
on
May
21,
2009.)



2008.
“Introduction
to
the
special
issue:
Charting
fault
lines
in
US
agrifood
systems:
What
can

        we
contribute?”
Agriculture
and
Human
Values
25(2):
147‐149.
(Co‐author:
Steven

        Wolf.)



2008.
“Lessons
learned
from
pesticide
drift:
A
call
to
bring
production
agriculture,
farm
labor,

        and
social
justice
back
into
agrifood
research
and
activism.”
Agriculture
and
Human

        Values
25(2):
163‐167.



2008.
“Abandoned
bodies
and
spaces
of
sacrifice:
Pesticide
drift
activism
and
the
contestation

        of
neoliberal
environmental
politics
in
California.”
Geoforum
39:
1197‐1214.




2008.
“Confronting
Invisibility:
Reconstructing
Scale
in
California’s
Pesticide
Drift
Conflict,”
in

        Michael
Goodman
and
Max
Boykoff,
eds.,
Contentious
Geographies:
Environment,
Meaning

        and
Scale.
Aldershot,
UK:
Ashgate.



2007.
“Just
Values
or
Just
Value?:
Remaking
the
Local
in
Agro‐Food
Studies,”
in
Terry
Marsden

        and
Jonathan
Murdoch,
eds.,
Between
the
Local
and
the
Global:
Confronting
Complexity
in

        the
Contemporary
Agri­Food
Sector.
Oxford:
Elsevier.
(Co‐authors:
E.
Melanie
DuPuis
and

        David
Goodman.)



2006.
“‘Accidents’
and
Invisibilities:
Scaled
Discourse
and
the
Naturalization
of
Regulatory

        Neglect
in
California’s
Pesticide
Drift
Conflict.”
Political
Geography
25:
506‐529.



2004.
“Invisible
People,
Invisible
Places:
Connecting
Air
Pollution
and
Pesticide
Drift
in

        California,”
in
E.
Melanie
DuPuis,
ed.,
Smoke
and
Mirrors:
The
Politics
and
Culture
of
Air

        Pollution,
New
York:
New
York
University
Press.



Research
Reports

2009.
“Immigrant
Labor
Holds
40
Percent
Market
Share.”
Hoard’s
Dairyman.
December:
749‐
        50.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd,
Trish
O’Kane,
and
Alan
Turnquist.)





                                                  2
Harrison
CV
updated
10/21/10




2009.
“Overview
of
Immigrant
Workers
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms.”
Changing
Hands:
Hired

        Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms
Briefing
No.
1.
UW‐Madison
Program
on
Agricultural

        Technology
Studies.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd
and
Trish
O’Kane.)



2009.
“A
Look
into
the
Lives
of
Wisconsin's
Immigrant
Dairy
Workers.”
Changing
Hands:
Hired

        Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms
Briefing
No.
2.
UW‐Madison
Program
on
Agricultural

        Technology
Studies.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd
and
Trish
O’Kane.)



2009.
“Dairy
Workers
in
Wisconsin:
Tasks,
Shifts,
Wages,
and
Benefits.”
Changing
Hands:
Hired

        Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms
Briefing
No.
3.
UW‐Madison
Program
on
Agricultural

        Technology
Studies.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd
and
Trish
O’Kane.)



2009.
“Immigrant
Dairy
Workers
in
Rural
Wisconsin
Communities.”
Changing
Hands:
Hired

        Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms
Briefing
No.
4.
UW‐Madison
Program
on
Agricultural

        Technology
Studies.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd
and
Trish
O’Kane.)



2009.
“Legal
Issues
Facing
Immigrant
Dairy
Workers
in
Wisconsin.”
Changing
Hands:
Hired

        Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms
Briefing
No.
5.
UW‐Madison
Program
on
Agricultural

        Technology
Studies.
(Co‐authors:
Sarah
Lloyd
and
Trish
O’Kane.)



2008.
“Hired
Labor
in
Wisconsin
Agriculture:
Trends
and
Implications.”
Status
of
Wisconsin

        Agriculture.
Madison:
University
of
Wisconsin.
(Co‐authors:
Julia
McReynolds,
Trish

        O’Kane,
and
Brent
Valentine.)



2008.
“Drift
Catcher
Project
Assessment.”
Independent
assessment
of
lay
air
monitoring
project

        for
Pesticide
Action
Network.



2007.
“Immigrant
Labor
on
Wisconsin
Dairy
Farms.”
Program
on
Agricultural
Technology

        Studies
Fact
Sheet
24.
October.



2006.
“Findings
from
an
exploration
of
the
intersections
between
agriculture,
immigration,

        health
care,
and
food/obesity
in
public
policy
and
news
coverage.”
Berkeley
Media

        Studies
Group
(Co‐authors:
Lori
Dorfman,
Julie
Guthman,
and
Elena
Lingas.)



2003.
“Social
Issues
in
Modern
Agriculture,”
Unit
3.2
in
Albie
Miles
and
Martha
Brown,
eds.,

        Teaching
Organic
Farming
and
Gardening:
Resources
for
Instructors.
Center
for

        Agroecology
and
Sustainable
Food
Systems.
Santa
Cruz:
University
of
California.






RESEARCH
AND
PUBLICATIONS
IN
PROGRESS



“Just
food?”
Book
chapter
for
Food
Justice
Reader,
edited
by
Julian
Agyeman
and
Alison
Alkon,

under
contract
with
MIT
Press,
and
in
press.
Chapter
is
co‐authored
with
E.
Melanie
DuPuis
and

David
Goodman.




“Employers’
labor
preferences
and
the
industrialization
of
dairy
farming.”
Journal
article

manuscript
in
progress
with
graduate
student
Sarah
Lloyd.





                                              3
Harrison
CV
updated
10/21/10




“Social
justice
in
environmental
politics:
Insights
from
political
philosophy.”
Manuscript
in

progress.




“Immigration
politics
and
social
justice:
Insights
from
political
philosophy.”
Research
in

progress.




“Critical
assessment
of
a
CBPR
project:
Monitoring
for
pesticides
in
air
and
water.”
Research
in

progress.




“Autism
Services
Disparities:
White
and
Latino
Families
in
Dane
County.”
Co‐Principal

Investigator
(with
Professor
Sandra
Magana,
UW‐Madison
School
of
Social
Work)
on
research

project
with
Holly
Morton,
funded
by
Hilldale
Undergraduate
Research
Fellowship.








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