Associate Professor, Geography
BS 1985 Geography, Beijing Normal University, China
MA 1994 Geography, Clark University
PhD 1997 Geography, Clark University
Cultural geography of the environment, perception of nature, environmental ideology and politics; minority people and resource use in China, China’s western region
- Jiang, Hong. 1999. The Ordos Plateau of China: An endangered environment. Tokyo: United Nations University Press. p. 210.
- Reynolds, J. F., D. M. Stafford Smith, E. F. Lambin et al. (one of 17 authors). 2007. Global desertification: Building a science for dryland development. Science. Vol. 316, May 2007, 847-851.
- Jiang, Hong. 2007. Grassland campaigns in China’s collective era: Socialist politics and local initiatives in Uxin Ju, a “Pastoral Dazhai”. In P. Ho and R. L. Edmonds (eds.) China’s Environmental Activism. London: Rutledge. 92-110.
- Jiang, Hong. 2006. Poaching state politics in socialist China: Uxin Ju’s grassland campaign during 1958-1966.Geographical Review 96 (4): 633-656.
- Jiang, Hong 2006. Decentralization, ecological construction, and the environment in post-reform China: Case study from Uxin banner, Inner Mongolia. World Development. 34 (11): 1907-1921.
- Jiang, Hong. 2006. Fences, ecologies, and changes in pastoral life: Sandy land reclamation in Inner Mongolia, China. In Karl Zimmerer ed., Globalization and new geographies of conservation. University of Chicago Press. 296-314.
- Jiang, Hong. 2005. Grassland management and views of nature in China since 1949: Regional policies and local changes in Uxin Ju, Inner Mongolia. Geoforum 36 (5): 641-653.
- Jiang, Hong. 2004. Cooperation, land use, and the environment in Uxin Ju: A changing landscape of a Mongolian-Chinese borderland in China. Annals of Association of American Geographers 94 (1): 117-139
- Jiang, Hong. 2003. Stories remote sensing images can tell: Integrating remote sensing analysis with ethnographic research in the study of cultural landscape. Human Ecology 31(2): 215-232.
- Jiang, Hong. 2002. Culture, ecology, and nature’s changing balance: Sandification on Mu Us Sandy Land, Inner Mongolia, China. In J. F. Reynolds and D. M. Stafford Smith eds., Global desertification: Do humans cause deserts? Berlin: Dahlem University Press. 181-196.