David N. Pellow

Cohort 5 — Berkeley/UCSF Alumni List
Dehlsen Chair and Professor of Environmental Studies, Department of Environmental Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

Dr. Pellow received both his PhD and MA in Sociology from Northwestern University. He has published a number of works on environmental justice issues in communities of color in the U.S. and globally. His books includeKeywords for Environmental Studies.( with Adamson, Joni, William A. Gleason, Eds., New York University Press, Forthcoming), Total Liberation: The Power and Promise of AnimalRights and the Radical Earth Movement (University of Minnesota Press, 2014), The Slums of Aspen: Immigrants versus the Environment in America’s Eden. (August 2011, with Lisa Sun-Hee Park, New York University Press); The Treadmill of Production: Injustice and Unsustainability in the Global Economy (with Kenneth Gould and Allan Schnaiberg, Paradigm Press, 2008); Resisting Global Toxics: Transnational Movements for Environmental Justice (MIT Press, 2007); The Silicon Valley of Dreams: Environmental Injustice, Immigrant Workers, and the High-Tech Global Economy (with Lisa Sun-Hee Park, New York University Press, 2002); Garbage Wars: The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Chicago (MIT Press, 2002); Urban Recycling and the Search for Sustainable Community Development (with Adam Weinberg and Allan Schnaiberg, Princeton University Press, 2000); Power, Justice, and the Environment: A Critical Appraisal of the Environmental Justice Movement (editor, with Robert J. Brulle, MIT Press, 2005); and Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry (co-editor, with Ted Smith, David Sonnenfeld, and Leslie Byster, Temple University Press, 2006). Previously he has acted as Professor and Don A. Martindale Endowed Chair of Sociology at the University of Minnesota where he teaches courses on social movements, environmental justice, globalization, immigration, and race and ethnicity. He has served on the Boards of Directors of several community-based, national, and international organizations that are dedicated to improving the living and working environments for people of color, immigrants, indigenous peoples, and working class communities.

Discipline: Sociology