Kindra’s dissertation explores the underlying decision-making factors that guide the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program. This project utilizes an institutional ethnographic methodological approach to understand the ruling relations that guide U.S. federal decision-making about how to best manage roaming horse and burro (donkey) populations and the rangelands they inhabit.
Refereed Journal Articles:
De’Arman, Kindra Jesse and Richard York. 2021. “‘Society-Ready’ and ‘Fire-Ready’ Forestry Education in the United States: Interdisciplinary Discussion in Forestry Course Textbooks.” Journal of Forestry. Accessible Online
De’Arman, Kindra Jesse. 2020. “Is Public Participation Public Inclusion? The role of comments in US Forest Service decision-making.” Environmental Management 66(1):91-104. 14-Page PDF Here
Aschenbrenner, Kindra. 2014. “Review of Richard Widick’s Trouble in the Forest: California’s Redwood Timber Wars.” Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 36:194-196. PDF Here
Manuscripts in Submission
De’Arman, Kindra, Alissa Cordner, and Jill Harrison. “Workplace tentativity: Biophysical impacts on outdoor work.” Sociological Perspectives.