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Finn McLafferty Bell

Finn McLafferty Bell

PhD Student. Social Work/Sociology Graduate - 2022

Dissertation Title

Marginalized Food Growers in a Changing Environment: Tracing Collective Survival Strategies

Education

Year Degree   School
2022 PhD University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2009 MSW University of Denver
2007 BA University of Iowa
Year Description
2021 Bell, F. M., Dennis, M. K., and Brar, G. (2021). “Doing hope”: Ecofeminist spirituality provides emotional sustenance to confront the climate crisis. Social Work Science for Social Change, Society for Social Work Research.
2019 Bell, F. M., Dennis, M. K., & Brar, G. (2019). Ecospiritual traditions sustain work for ecojustice across generations. Illuminating the SOCIAL in Social Problems, Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York.
2019 Bell, F. M., Dennis, M. K., & Krings, A. (2019). Collective survival strategies and anti-colonial practice in ecosocial work. Illuminating the SOCIAL in Social Problems, Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York.
2019 Bell, F. M. (2019). African-American food growers in a small deindustrialized town: Tracing collective survival strategies. Illuminating the SOCIAL in Social Problems, Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York.
2017 Bell, F. (2017). Real utopias in a dystopian futurity: Queering alternative economies. Globalization: Promises, Possibilities, and Pitfalls, Midwest Sociological Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
2017 Bell, F. (2017). Real utopias in a dystopian futurity: Queering alternative economies. Narratives in the World of Social Problems: Power, Resistance, Transformation, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.
2017 Bell, F. M., Miller, R. J., Holbrook, N., Martel, P. J., Yang, Q. (2017). The “Prison within a Prison” as a Barrier to Freedom: Racial Disparities in Solitary Confinement. Narratives in the World of Social Problems: Power, Resistance, Transformation, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.
2016 Bell, F. (2016). Real utopias in a dystopian futurity: Queering alternative economies. American Society for Literature and the Environment (ASLE) Graduate Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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