Sharlene Mollett

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Assistant Professor
CCDS / Human Geography

Research Interests: 

  • land and natural resource conflicts
  • political ecology
  • international development and racialization
  • Latin America
  • development geography
  • poverty reduction strategies
  • race, gender and property rights
  • indigenous peoples and Afro-descendant communities
  • feminist and postcolonial geographies
  • development-induced displacement


Mollett, S. 2014   A “Modern” Paradise: Race, Development and Displacement-in-Place on the Honduran North Coast. Latin American Perspectives. doi:101177/0094582X13518756

Mollett, S. 2013 Mapping Deception: The politics of Mapping Miskito and Garifuna Space in Honduras. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 103(5): 1227-1241.

Mollett, S. and Faria, C. 2013 Messing with Gender in Feminist Political Ecology. Geoforum,45:116-125.

Mollett, S. 2011 Racial Narratives: Miskito and colono land struggles in the Honduran Mosquitia. Cultural Geographies, 18(1):43-62.

Mollett, S. 2010 Esta Listo (Are you ready?) Gender, race and land registration in the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve. Gender, Place and Culture, 17(3): 357-375.