Lecturer - Sociology
|Contact Campus||Sandy Bay Campus|
|Building||Social Sciences Building|
|Telephone||+61 3 6226 6351|
|Fax||+61 3 6226 2279|
Kate is a lecturer at the School, coordinating and teaching HGA203/303 Social and Political Research (Semester 2, 2012). She has also taught qualitative research methods (level 5), environmental management, and wilderness and natural area management, elsewhere.
Alister Clark, ‘An investigation into Web 2.0 facilitating broad based community environmental reporting for improved sustainability’
Kate is currently exploring the more-than-human potential of Jacques Ranciere’s political thought, and maintains an interest in all things environmental. She is particularly interested in place, and how people construct meaning and identity in relation to places.
Booth, K. (2011) ‘Deep ecology, hybrid geographies, and environmental management’s relational premise’, Environmental Values, in press (accepted 7/10/11).
Booth, K. (2011) ‘In Wilderness and Wildness: Recognising and Responding within the Agency of Relational Memory’, Environmental Ethics, 33, 283-294.
Booth, K. (2010) Place Matters: Finding Deep Ecology within Towns & Cities. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania. Published online <www.utas.edu.au/library>.
Booth, K. (2008) ‘Risdon Vale: Place, Memory and Suburban Experience’, Ethics, Place and Environment, 11, 299-311.
Booth, K. (2008) ‘Holism with a Hole? Exploring Deep Ecology within the Built Environment’, The Trumpeter, 24, 68-86.
Authorised by the Interim Head of School, Social Sciences
15 October, 2012