If you would like an electronic copy of a paper or my dissertation, please email me at corriegrosse at

Peer Reviewed

Grosse, Corrie. 2019. “Climate Justice Movement Building: Values and Cultures of Creation in Santa Barbara, California.” Social Sciences 8(3):79 (open access)

Foran, John, Summer Gray, Corrie Grosse, and Theo LeQuesne. 2018. “This Will Change Everything: Teaching the Climate Crisis.” Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy. 28(2):126-147. *equal authorship

Foran, John, Summer Gray and Corrie Grosse. 2017 “Not Yet the End of the World: Political Cultures of Opposition and Creation in the Global Youth Climate Justice Movement.” Interface 9(2):353-79. *equal authorship

Grosse, Corrie. 2017.  “Megaloads and Mobilization: The Rural People of Idaho Stand Against Big Oil.” Case Studies in the Environment: 1-7. doi: 10.1525/ 

Grosse, Corrie. 2017. “Grassroots vs. Big Oil: Measure P and the Fight to Ban Fracking in Santa Barbara County, California.” Case Studies in the Environmentdoi: 10.1525/ Download here.

Grosse, Corrie Ellis. 2016. “Fair Care? How Ecuadorian Women Negotiate Childcare in Fair Trade Flower Production.” Women’s Studies International Forum 57:30-37.

Charles, Maria, Corrie Ellis [Grosse], and Paula England. 2015. “Is There a Caring Class? Intergenerational Transmission of Care Work.” Sociological Science 2:527-43. *equal authorship

[Grosse] Ellis, Corrie. 2014. “Women Working on a Fair Flower Farm in Ecuador: An Ethnographic Study.” In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd.

Book Chapters and Editor Reviewed Publications

Grosse, Corrie. 2018. “Ecofeminism and Climate Justice.” Pp. 185-203 in Nevertheless They Persisted: Feminisms and Continued Resistance in the U.S. Women’s Movement, edited by Jo Reger. New York: Routledge.

Grosse, Corrie. 2017. “Tactics of Universalizing in the Climate Justice Movement.” Pp. 263-67 in Welcome to the Revolution: Universalizing Resistance for Social Justice and Democracy in Perilous Times, edited by C. Derber. London: Routledge.

Grosse, Corrie Ellis. 2016. “Scholar Activism and Reciprocity: The Fight Against Fracking in Idaho.” Practicing Anthropology 38(3):28-30.

Book Reviews

Grosse, Corrie. 2017. “Peak Oil: Apocalyptic Environmentalism and Libertarian Political Culture, Matthew Schneider-Mayerson. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London (2015).”  Energy Research & Social Science 29:84-85. doi:  Download here.

Online Publications

Grosse, Crrie, et al. 2019. “Climate Justice: Student Voices and Recommendations.” St. John the Baptist Parish Soup and Speakers Series. Video recording of presentation and panel of my students discussing climate justice.

Grosse, Corrie. 2019. Climate Justice for the Beloved Community: A Conversation on the Intersections between Social, Racial, and Environmental Justice. McCarthy Center Lectures. 19 Video recording of presentation and panel of my students discussing climate justice.

Grosse, Corrie. 2018. “Climate Justice” in Climate Futures: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, edited by Henry Jakubowski. Video:; Audio:

Grosse, Corrie. Energy and Society. Case Studies in the Environment. doi: 10.1525/cse.2017.000323. A Slide Case: slides for teaching on environmental justice, climate justice, energy, and Standing Rock.

[Grosse] Ellis, Corrie. 2015. “Solidarity for Feminist Climate Justice.” The Feminist Wire, April 27,

Foran, John, Corrie Ellis [Grosse], and Summer Gray. 2014. At the COP: Global Climate Justice Youth Speak Out.

News Articles and Research In Practice

Grosse, Corrie, et al. 2019. “Climate Change Requires Urgent Action to Combat an Ever-Changing Environment.” The Record, January 24

[Grosse], Corrie Ellis. 2015. “Idaho Residents Oppose Attempt At Forced Leasing Of Natural Gas,” Teton Valley News, August 15.

UCSB Sustainability. 2014. “AC 8: Campus as a Living Laboratory – Diversity and Affordability.” STARS (Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System).

Ellis, Corrie, Arlo Bender-Simon, Zachary Rosenblatt, Timothy Jacobs, Katelynn Bishop, Summer Gray, Alex Favacho, Jay Brooks, Zoe Brown, AJ Adams, Lindsey Tavares, Max Golding, and Rob Holland. 2014. “Students for Measure P,” Santa Barbara Independent, September 1.