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Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Pamela McElwee
Associate Professor, Human Ecology, Rutgers University

Pamela McElwee is an associate professor of human ecology at Rutgers University. Her teaching and writing focus on global environmental problems, specifically the human dimensions of biodiversity conservation, forest ecological restoration, and climate change. Much of her work concerns Southeast Asia, particularly Vietnam. McElwee has also served as a lead author for the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Project Title: Rivers of Blood, Mountains of Bone: An Environmental History of the Vietnam War and After