JULIA HOBSON HAGGERTY

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					                                   JULIA HOBSON HAGGERTY
                         Centre for the Study of Agriculture, Food and the Environment
                             University of Otago | Box 56 | Dunedin, New Zealand
                                  e-mail: julia.haggerty@stonebow.otago.ac.nz
                                   phone: 64-3-479-5230 fax: 64-3-479-5226

EDUCATION
Ph.D. History, December 2004, University of Colorado, Boulder (USA)
   Dissertation: A Ranchland Genealogy: Land, Livestock and Community in the Upper Yellowstone
   Valley, 1866 - 2004.
   Fields: Environmental History, Environmental Policy, Mexican History, U.S. History since 1865.

B.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1994, Colorado College (USA)
   Thesis: Quietly Comes the Catamount: the Extirpation and Re-population of Felis concolor in northern
   New England.
   Major: Nonfiction Writing with an Emphasis in Ecology.

International Honors Program in Global Ecology, 1992 - 1993
   Studied ecology, anthropology and environmental issues in England, India, Thailand, Malaysia, New
   Zealand, Fiji, and Mexico.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Sustainable Agriculture Research Cluster, Division of Humanities & the Centre
for the Study of Agriculture, Food and the Environment, University of Otago, New Zealand (2005-
present)
   Project: Nga Rereketanga a Whenua | How green was their valley? Farms, fisheries and agricultural
   intensification in the Mataura River catchment, 1945-2005
       •   Lead research effort to document environmental history of agricultural intensification in post-
           WWII era
       •   Submitted successful grant proposal to University of Otago (under supervision of Dr. H. Moller)
           to support project costs ($23,000 for 1 year)
       •   Facilitate campus and community colloquium series on themes in Sustainable Agriculture
       •   Assist in symposium and conference planning
       •   Supervise undergraduate research assistants
       •   Consult and collaborate with Ngai Tahu kaitiaki in research design and execution

Research Assistant, Department of Land Resources and Ecology, Montana State University, and
Department of Geography, University of Colorado-Boulder (2002-2005)
  Project: Complexity Across Boundaries Coupled Human and Natural Systems in the Yellowstone
  Northern Elk Winter Range. Supervisors: Dr. William R. Travis (Univ. of Colorado) and Dr. Bruce
  Maxwell (Montana St. Univ.)
   • Assisted in development of proposal to U.S. National Science Foundation for multidisciplinary
       study in collaboration with investigators representing eight universities and ten disciplines; proposal
       received over $1m (US) in funding (NSF GRANT#CNH0216588) to develop an agent- based model
       of elk behavior in a dynamic landscape
   • Conducted research in cooperation with faculty mentors on the subject of private land ownership
       and agricultural practices including data collection, analysis, and drafting of reports and papers for
       both academic and lay audiences
   • Developed GIS dataset documenting changes in land ownership and wildlife management practices
       based on historical aerial photography, archival records, and oral history
Research Assistant, Center of the American West, University of Colorado-Boulder (1999-2005)
  Project: Ranchland Dynamics (2002-2005) http://www.centerwest.org/ranchlands
  Supervisors: Dr. William R. Travis and Dr. Hannah Gosnell
   • Conducted research in cooperation with Center of the American West faculty, post-doctoral
       researchers, and graduate students on land use and land tenure in the American West
   • Collaborated in setting research agendas, executing data collection and analysis, and authoring
       reports and papers
   • Conducted interviews in the field with ranch and farm operators, public land management
       professionals, scientists, NGO professionals, and others to assess social and ecological implications
       of changing ranchland ownership and management patterns
   • Assisted in developing successful grant proposals to Yellowstone Heritage and William and Flora
       Hewlett Foundations (sum of budgets>$500,000)
   • Authored successful $10,000 grant from the Wilburforce Foundation to Yellowstone Heritage for
       field work in the Greater Yellowstone area

   Project: Handbook for the New West (W.W. Norton, in review), (2001-2002). Supervisors: Dr. Patricia
   Nelson Limerick, Dr. William R. Travis
       • Collaborated on research and project management for forthcoming book providing insight and
           analysis on contemporary themes in the American West

   Project: Western Futures: Tracking the Changing West [http://www.centerwest.org/futures/], (2000-
   2001) Supervisors: Dr.William R.Travis
      • Developed and implemented web site design to present findings from ongoing research on long-
           term trends in land use in the American West in collaboration with faculty and students.

   Project: Justice for All Curriculum Guide [http://www.centerwest.org/projects/justiceforall] (1999)
   Supervisors: Dr. Patricia Nelson Limerick
      • Researched and developed curriculum guide on Environmental Justice
      • Designed and created web site to house curriculum guide and other information

Field Assistant, University of Nevada at Reno
   Study: Ecology and Population Dynamics of the Mexican Spotted Owl (May-October, 1996)
   Supervisors: Dr. Peter Stacey, Angela Hodgson
       • Assisted in all aspects of field research of endangered Mexican Spotted Owl including trapping,
           banding, radio telemetry, vegetation surveying


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer (Fixed-term), Department of Anthropology, University of Otago
  Course: ANTH 414: Ideological Forces in Society: Animals and Society (Terms 1 & 2, 2006)

Instructor, University Studies Program, Montana State University
   Course: University Seminar (Fall 2004)

Instructor, 2000-2001,Center of the American West, University of Colorado at Boulder
   Course: Seminar, The American West (Fall 2000 and Fall 2001)

Teaching Assistant,1998-1999, Department of History and Department of American Studies,
  University of Colorado at Boulder
  Courses: U.S.History since 1865 (Prof. Susan Jones); Themes in U.S. Culture (Prof. Lee Bernstein)
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Contractor, GIS & Environmental Research Services (2004-2005)
   • Mapped historic land and water rights for Trout Unlimited

Information Architect, iXL (Denver, Colorado, 1999-2001)
    • Designed web site architecture for Hewlett Packard and other corporate clients
    • Designed and executed usability analysis including focus groups

Information Architect (1998-1999) and Copywriter (1997), Eagle River Interactive (Vail, Colorado)
    • Wrote advertising copy for interactive media
    • Designed and executed site architecture and usability analysis for corporate clients including
      American Express and Sharp Electronics

PUBLICATIONS
JOURNAL ARTICLES
2006 (in review). J. H. Haggerty, “‘I’m not a greenie but…’: Environmentality, eco-populism and
   governance in New Zealand, Experiences from the Southland whitebait fishery.” Journal of Rural
   Studies.

2006 (in press). J. H. Haggerty and W. R. Travis, “Out of Administrative Control: Absentee Owners,
   Resident Elk and the Shifting Nature of Wildlife Management in Southwestern Montana.” Geoforum.

2006 (in press). H.Gosnell, J.H.Haggerty, and W.R.Travis. “Ranchland Ownership Change in the Greater
   Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1990 - 2001: Implications for Conservation.” Society and Natural Resources.

2006 (in review) H. Gosnell, J.H. Haggerty, and P. Byorth, “Ranch Ownership Change and Water Resource
        Management in Southwestern Montana: Implications for Fisheries” Journal of the American Water
        Resources Association.

BOOK REVIEWS
2006. J. H. Haggerty, Slow Living by Wendy Parkins and Geoff Craig. International Journal of the Sociology
         of Agriculture and Food. (In press)

2005. J. H. Haggerty, “What Went Wrong: Essays on the Degeneration of our Relationship with Domestic
         Cattle” Review of Cattle: An Informal Social History by Laurie Winn Carlson. H-Environment
         (June, 2005) [http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=271971126794166]


TECHNICAL REPORTS
2003. J.H. Haggerty, H. Gosnell, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Summary Report:
        Ranchland Dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.” Center of the American West,
        University of Colorado, Boulder. 42 pp. plus maps.

2003. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
        in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Madison County, Montana.” Center of the American West,
        University of Colorado, Boulder. 38p pp. plus maps.
2003. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
        in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Beaverhead County, Montana.” Center of the American
        West, University of Colorado, Boulder. 30p pp. plus maps.

2003. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
        in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Park County, Montana.” Center of the American West,
        University of Colorado, Boulder. 31p pp. plus maps.

2003. H.G. Schneider, J.H. Haggerty, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
       in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Sweet Grass County, Montana.” Center of the American
       West, University of Colorado, Boulder. 33p pp. plus maps.

2003. H.G. Schneider, J.H. Haggerty, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
       in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Park County, Wyoming.” Center of the American West,
       University of Colorado, Boulder. 35p pp. plus maps.

2002. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
        in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Carbon County, Montana.” Center of the American West,
        University of Colorado, Boulder. 26p pp. plus maps.

2003. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, James Ferriday, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis:
        “Ranchland Dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Stillwater County, Montana.” Center
        of the American West, University of Colorado, Boulder. 18 pp. plus maps.

2002. H.G. Schneider, J.H. Haggerty, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
       in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Sublette County, Wyoming.” Center of the American West,
       University of Colorado, Boulder. 25 pp. plus maps.

2002. J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, T. Dickinson, Geneva Mixon and W.R. Travis: “Ranchland Dynamics
        in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Fremont County, Wyoming.” Center of the American West,
        University of Colorado, Boulder. 26 pp. plus maps.

2002. W.R Travis, J.H. Haggerty, H.G. Schneider, and T. Dickinson: “Ranchland Dynamics in the Greater
       Yellowstone Ecosystem: Lincoln County, Wyoming.” Center of the American West, University of
       Colorado, Boulder. 25 pp. plus maps.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
Invited Speaker, Burton K. Wheeler Center (Montana State University). Presented findings on land
        ownership change and elk management to legislators and public audience at annual forum on public
        policy (Helena, Montana, May, 2004)

Invited Speaker, Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee. Briefed the heads of National Forests,
        National Parks, and other public lands managers throughout the Greater Yellowstone Area on
        contemporary private land tenure patterns (Jackson, WY, April, 2004)

Invited Speaker, The Nature Conservancy. Presented research on ranchland ownership change to Boards of
        Trustees from Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana Chapters (Jackson,WY, September, 2003)

Invited Lecturer, “Carrying Capacity: Farrington R. Carpenter and meanings and limits of the Western
        Range,” Center of the American West Public Seminar (Boulder, CO, February, 2000)
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Environmentality and Environmental Governance in New Zealand.” International Geography Union
       Conference (Brisbane, Australia, July 2006)

“‘Who Speaks for the Whitebait?: Assessing emerging local institutions in wildlife management in New
       Zealand.” American Association of Geographers (Chicago, IL, March, 2006)

“‘Out of Administrative Control:’ How Absentee Owners and Resident Elk Have Shifted the Terrain of
       Wildlife Management in Southwest Montana.” American Association of Geographers (Denver, CO,
       April, 2005)

“Making Horse Power Work: The Petroleum Revolution on Mountain Valley Ranches.” American
      Association of Environmental History Annual Meeting (Houston, TX, March, 2005)

“Land Tenure, Land Use, and the Northern Yellowstone Elk Winter Range.” (Poster) American Society for
      Environmental History Annual Meeting (Victoria, BC, April 2004)

“Ranchland Dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.” Society for Range Management Annual
      Meeting (Salt Lake City, UT, January, 2004)

“Ranch Landscapes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Then and Now,” Yellowstone National Park
      Biennial Science Conference (Mammoth, WY, October, 2003)

“Conserving Ranchlands: Using Environmental History to Shape Conservation Strategies in the Greater
      Yellowstone Ecosystem,” American Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting
      (Providence, RI, March2003)

“Mapping Ranchland Dynamics: the Family Landscape in Sublette County, WY.” (Poster) American
      Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting (Denver, CO, March, 2002)

Paper, “Craig Remembers: Nature and the Defeat of Community on Colorado's High Plateau,” American
        Heritage Center Annual Symposium (Laramie, WY, September, 2000)

AWARDS
Nominee, 2005 Dissertation Award, Graduate Committee in the Arts & Humanities, University of Colorado-
        Boulder
Dean's List, Colorado College, 1991, 1992, 1994
Francis Dorwin Dugan Memorial Prize for Excellence in History, 1990

FUNDING
With Henrik Moller, Univ. of Otago Research Grant, 2006 ($22K)
Wilburforce Foundation, $10,000 research grant to Yellowstone Heritage, 2002
University Government of Graduate Students Travel Grant, 2004
Charles Redd Center Summer Award, 1999 and 2000
Bean Grant for Western History Research, CU-Boulder, 1999 and 2002

SUPERVISION
Angela McKenzie (B. A. Hons., Anthropology, co-supervised with Hugh Campbell)
MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS
Australasian Agri-Food Network, Society for Range Management, Agricultural History Society, American
Association of Geographers, American Society of Environmental History, Slow Food

SERVICE
Book Review Editor, H-Rural Listserv
Convener, Sustainable Agriculture Colloquium Series (Univ. of Otago), 2005-present
Planning Committee, Australasian Agri-Food Research Network Conference, 2006
Elected Member, City of Bozeman Study Commission (Bozeman, MT, 2004)
Elected Member, Board of Directors, Community Food Co-Op (Bozeman, MT, 2004-2005)
Member, Steering Committee, Conservation Land Network (Bozeman, MT, 2003-2004)
Volunteer Oral Historian, Gallatin Valley Land Trust (Bozeman, MT, 2002-2003)
Volunteer Judge, Colorado State History Day (Boulder,CO, 2001)

				
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