jeanine-pfeiffer Jeanine Pfeiffer

jeanine-pfeifferJeanine Pfeiffer is an ethnoecologist focusing on the connections between biological and cultural diversity. A Fulbright scholar, University of California Pacific Rim researcher, and National Science Foundation/National Institutes of Health grantee, Dr. Pfeiffer has published in major scientific and literary journals and edited several volumes on conservation. Her applied research in resource management and social/environmental justice have improved policies and practices throughout the world. Based in Mendocino County (Northern California), she advises local government, tribal nations, and community-based organizations, and teaches at San José State University. Dr. Pfeiffer’s narrative essays have appeared in Bellevue Literary Review (nominated for a Pushcart Prize), Hippocampus (contest finalist), Between the Lines, Langscape, and Nowhere; her poetry routinely appears on public radio. More at

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