Elizabeth Carlino

Elizabeth Carlino

Ph.D. Student

Graduate Research Assistant

Sustainability transitions; food-water-energy nexus; political ecology; critical discourse analysis; social theory; South Africa


  CSA 205E

Selected Publications

Casellas Connors, J. P., Carlino, E. A., & Rea, C. M. (2023). The eco-munitionary subject: Conservation with and of firearms. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 25148486231157270. https://doi.org/10.1177/25148486231157272.

Carlino, E.A. (2022). [Review of the book Unsustainable Inequalities: Social Justice and the Environment, by L. Chancel]. The Northeastern Geographer, 13(2022), 13-15. 

Carlino, E.A. (2020). The New Normal: A critical analysis of policy and media discourse in the Philippi Horticultural Area during the Cape Town Water Crisis (Publication No. 27962459). [Master’s thesis, Southern Connecticut State University]. ProQuest.


Ph.D. Geography, Texas A&M University (August 2020 – Present)

M.S. Environmental Education, Southern Connecticut State University (2020)

B.S. Anthropology, Southern Connecticut State University (2012)


Graduate Research Fellowship, 2023-2024 (Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research)

JEDI Student Proposal Award, 2023 (Water Resources Specialty Group, AAG)

Aviles-Johnson Doctoral Fellowship, 2020-2023 (Texas A&M University)

The Andrew Catalogna Galardi Endowed Scholarship, 2019-2020 (Southern Connecticut State University)

The James and Priscilla Blake Endowed Scholarship, 2018-2020 (Southern Connecticut State University)

The Future Scientist Foundation Fund Scholarship, 2018-2020 (Southern Connecticut State University)

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. John Patrick Casellas Connors

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