K. B. Roberts
K.B. Roberts is a geography doctoral candidate, with research interests that address issues within and between the political ecology of resource frontiers, rural livelihood change, deforestation and forest degradation, and feminist research methods. She holds a BSc in Environmental Studies and a MSc in Resource Conservation.
Roberts, K. B. (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 of resource frontiers; rural livelihood change; deforestation and forest degradation; feminist research methods