Click above for my full CV. Here is a quick glance of selected grants/awards, publications, and talks:
Talks - Listen and Watch
Zanotti, L. and K.R. Marion Suiseeya. 2016. "Methods for examining pathways to influence in global environmental governance." Paper presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. March 31, 2016.
Co-producing knowledge and community-research relationships: Reflections from the Leadership and Strength Project. Laura Zanotti, Courtney Carothers, Charlene Apok, Sarah Huang, Charlotte Ambrozek with local project advisors and Participants. Global Environmental Change Threats to Heritage and Long Term Observing Networks of the Past: The Arctic Case and Beyond Workshop. IUCN World Conservation Congress. September 2016.
Teaching Tools, called "Teaching Electronic Life Histories" by Laura Zanotti, H. Kory Cooper and Shannon McMullen. Here is the link: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1615-teaching-electronic-life-histories.
Clemons, Tammy, A.J. Faas, Taylor R. Genovese, Carol Hendrickson, Alejandro Ponce De Leon, Brooke Scelza, Nancy White, Laura Zanotti, Doug Bafford, Susan Mazur-Stommen, Claire-Marie Hefner, Michael T. Balonek, and Ashley Stinnett. 2018. “What’s in Your Bag, Anthropologists?” Anthropology News website, July 18, 2018. DOI: 10.1111/AN.929 http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2018/07/18/whats-in-your-bag-anthropologists-2/
Selected Research Grants & Awards
National Science Foundation. April 2017 – June 2020. “Co-producing environmental conservation and social equity: Is conditionality in Payments for Ecosystem Services a necessity or impediment?.” (PI Zhao Ma with Co-PIs Jonathan Bauchet, Ricardo Godoy, Claudia Radel, and Laura Zanotti)
Purdue Policy Research Institute, Faculty Policy Fellow, Purdue University, 2016-2017
Center for the Environment, Purdue University Seed Grant. Presence to Influence: examining the politics of representation in global environmental governance with Dr. Kimberly Marion-Suiseeya (Northwestern University). 2016 wor
Antropologia Colaborativa e Capacitação Comunitária: a tradução de tecnologias audiovisuais no processo de afirmação étnica do povo indígena Mebêngôkre-Kayapo da aldeia A’Ukre (PA). Edital PROEXT 2016 do CNPq. PI Diego Soares da Silveira. Co-PI L Zanotti. 2015
Water Security in the Amazon: Indigenous Lands, Conservation Issues, and Freshwater Resources. Exploratory Research in the Social Sciences. College of Liberal Arts. Ethnographic Field Methods Service Learning Grant. College of Liberal Arts, Purdue University. 2014
Local and Global Perspectives on E-Waste: Integrating the Humanities, Social Sciences and Engineering to Examine the Life Cycle of Electronics. Mellon Grand Challenge Exploratory Award, Purdue University. Co-PI. 2014
Zanotti, Laura. 2016. Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon: The Kayapó’s Fight for Just Livelihoods. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. http://www.uapress.arizona.edu/Books/bid2632.htm
Zanotti, Laura. 2018. What’s in Your Field Bag? American Anthropologist. Non-peer reviewed. http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2018/07/18/whats-in-your-bag-anthropologists-2/
Ramón Parra, Ingrid, Laura Zanotti, and Diego Soares. 2018. Making Media: Gendered and Generational Shifts in Kayapó Digital Worlds. Richard Pace (Ed.): From Filmmaker Warriors to Flash Drive Shamans. Nashville: University of Vanderbilt Press.
Johnson, Jennifer, Zanotti, Laura, Ma, Zhao, Yu, David, Johnson David R., Kirkham, Alison, Carothers, Courtney. 2018. Interplays of Sustainability, Resilience, Adaptation, and Transformation. World Sustainability Series, Walter Leal Filho et al. (Eds): Handbook of Sustainability and Social Science Research. Springer.
Ma, Zhao, Bauchet, Jonathan, Steele, Diana, Godoy, Ricardo, Radel, Claudia, and Laura Zanotti. 2017. Comparison of Direct Transfers for Human Capital Development and Environmental Conservation. World Development 99:498-517.
Zanotti, Laura and Marcela Palomino-Schalscha. 2016. Taking different ways of knowing seriously: Implications and challenges for non-Indigenous researchers working with Indigenous Peoples Sustainability Science 11(1):139-152.