Mara J. Goldman
Mara J. Goldman
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Colorado-Boulder; Integrated Researcher
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Partitioned nature, privileged knowledge: community‐based conservation in Tanzania
M Goldman
Development and change 34 (5), 833-862, 2003
Knowing nature: conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies
MJ Goldman, P Nadasdy, MD Turner
University of Chicago Press, 2011
Evolution of models to support community and policy action with science: Balancing pastoral livelihoods and wildlife conservation in savannas of East Africa
RS Reid, D Nkedianye, MY Said, D Kaelo, M Neselle, O Makui, L Onetu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4579-4584, 2016
Adaptive capacity in Tanzanian Maasailand: Changing strategies to cope with drought in fragmented landscapes
MJ Goldman, F Riosmena
Global Environmental Change 23 (3), 588-597, 2013
Wildlife management in Tanzania: state control, rent seeking and community resistance
TA Benjaminsen, MJ Goldman, MY Minwary, FP Maganga
Development and change 44 (5), 1087-1109, 2013
Strangers in their own land: Maasai and wildlife conservation in Northern Tanzania
MJ Goldman
Conservation and Society 9 (1), 65-79, 2011
Constructing connectivity: Conservation corridors and conservation politics in East African rangelands
M Goldman
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (2), 335-359, 2009
A critical political ecology of human dimensions of climate change: Epistemology, ontology, and ethics
MJ Goldman, MD Turner, M Daly
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (4), e526, 2018
Innovative grassroots NGOS and the complex processes of women’s empowerment: An empirical investigation from Northern Tanzania
MJ Goldman, JS Little
World Development 66, 762-777, 2015
Tracking wildebeest, locating knowledge: Maasai and conservation biology understandings of wildebeest behavior in Northern Tanzania
M Goldman
Environment and Planning D: Society and space 25 (2), 307-331, 2007
Maintaining complex relations with large cats: Maasai and lions in Kenya and Tanzania
MJ Goldman, J Roque De Pinho, J Perry
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 15 (5), 332-346, 2010
Beyond ritual and economics: Maasai lion hunting and conservation politics
MJ Goldman, JR De Pinho, J Perry
Oryx 47 (4), 490-500, 2013
Exploring multiple ontologies of drought in agro‐pastoral regions of N orthern T anzania: a topological approach
MJ Goldman, M Daly, EJ Lovell
Area 48 (1), 27-33, 2016
Beyond payments for ecosystem services: considerations of trust, livelihoods and tenure security in community-based conservation projects
A Davis, MJ Goldman
Oryx 53 (3), 491-496, 2019
Controlling land they call their own: access and women's empowerment in Northern Tanzania
MJ Goldman, A Davis, J Little
The Journal of Peasant Studies 43 (4), 777-797, 2016
Sharing pastures, building dialogues: Maasai and wildlife conservation in Northern Tanzania
MJ Goldman
10. The Politics of Connectivity across Human-Occupied Landscapes: Corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya
MJ Goldman
Knowing Nature, 186-202, 2011
From critique to engagement: re-evaluating the participatory model with Maasai in Northern Tanzania
MJ Goldman, S Milliary
Journal of Political Ecology 21 (1), 408-423, 2014
Narrating nature: wildlife conservation and Maasai ways of knowing
MJ Goldman
University of Arizona Press, 2020
Wildlife management in Tanzania: Recentralization, rent seeking, and resistance
TA Benjaminsen, MJ Goldman, MY Minwary, FP Maganga
Geoforum, 2012
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