Hilary Boudet, Ph.D.
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-3703
Phone: (541) 737-2641
- SOC 499/599 Energy and Society
- SOC 519 - Applied Research Methods
- SOC 599 - Advanced Qualitative Methods
Areas of Interest:
- Environmental natural resource sociology
- Social movements, contentious politics
- Public participation in energy and environmental decision-making
- Ph.D. - Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University 2010
- B.A. - Environmental Engineering and Political Science, Rice University 2004
- Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE)
- Community response to energy development
- Public perceptions of extreme weather and climate change
- McAdam, D. and H. S. Boudet (2012). Putting social movements in their place: Explaining opposition to energy projects in the United States, 2000-2005. Cambridge University Press.
- Wright, R. L. and H. S. Boudet (in press). Through rose-colored glasses: Community context and response to proposals for energy facilities. American Journal of Sociology.
- Boudet, H. S. (2011). From NIMBY to NIABY: Regional mobilization against liquefied natural gas facility siting in the U.S. Environmental Politics 20(6): 786-806.
- Boudet, H. S., D. Jayasundera and J. Davis (2011). Drivers of conflict in global infrastructure projects. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 137(7): 498-511.
- Boudet, H. S. and L. Ortolano (2010). A tale of two sitings: Contentious politics in liquefied natural gas facility siting in California. Journal of Planning Education and Research 30(1): 5-21. ** Winner of Chester A. Rapkin Award for best article in journal **
- McAdam, D., H. S. Boudet, J. Davis, R. J. Orr, W. R. Scott, and R. Levitt (2010). ‘Site fights’: Explaining opposition to pipeline projects in the developing world. Sociological Forum 25(3): 410-427. Reprinted in Global Projects: Institutional and Political Challenges. Ed. W. R. Scott, R. J. Orr and R. E. Levitt. Cambridge University Press (2011).
Honors & Awards:
- National Science Foundation; Science, Technology & Society/Sociology ($199,235), 2008-2010
- American Sociological Association Travel Grant to World Congress of Sociology, 2010
- Center for the Study of Social Movements Young Scholars Conference, 2010
- Journal of Planning Education and Research Writing Workshop for New Scholars, 2009
- European Consortium for Political Research Environmental Politics Summer School, 2008
- Stanford University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society Graduate Fellow, 2007-2008
- David and Lucile Packard Foundation Stanford University Graduate Fellow, 2004-2007