Kimberly Roberts is a geography PhD candidate. Her research interests include political ecology and feminist collaborative research methods. She holds a BSc in Environmental Studies and a MSc in Resource Conservation.
Roberts, K. (2016). It takes a ‘rooted’ village: Networked resistance, connected communities, and adaptive response to forest tenure reform in northern Thailand. Austrian Journal of South-east Asian Studies 9(1), 53-68.
Keywords: Political ecology; forestry and conservation; natural resource conflicts; Southeast Asia