KATIE KISH

L4E POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW  -    MCGILL UNIVERSITY

AGROECOLOGY, PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH,

AGROECOLOGY PEDAGOGY, FOOD SYSTEMS TRANSFORMATION

Katie Kish is a postdoctoral fellow for the Economics for the Anthropocene project at McGill University and a Fellow for the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience. Her background is in systems thinking and complexity science which she applies to her current research on exploring local production and education. She is currently exploring how implementing a maker program into elementary schools impacts students and their families.

PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORKS

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What About My Pineapples?: The Wicked Implications of Nonlinearity, Embedded Systems, and Transformative Social Goals

In: Health in the Anthropocene.. 2020. 

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Liberty and the Ecological Crisis: Freedom on a Finite Planet.

Edited by: Katie Kish, Chris Orr & Bruce Jennings. Routledge, 2019. 

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The Revolution Will Be Handmade

In: Solutions, April 2019. 

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Ecological Limits of the Sustainable Development Goals

Contributors: Katie Kish & Quilley, S. In: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Taylor & Francis Group. 2019. 

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Wicked Tensions of Low Growth Economics.

Contributors: Katie Kish & Quilley, S. In: Ecological Economics, 142. 2017.

PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORKS