Selected Publications

Edited books:

  • Goldman, M.J., P. Nadasdy, and M.D. Turner, eds. 2011. Knowing nature: Conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Journal articles:

  • Goldman, M. J. and J. S. Little, 2015. Innovative Grassroots NGOS and the Complex Processes of Women's Empowerment: An empirical investigation from Northern Tanzania. World Development 66 (2015):762-777.
  • Goldman, M. and S. Milliary. 2014. From critique to engagement: Re-evaluating the Participatory model with Maasai in Northern Tanzania. Journal of Political Ecology.
  • Goldman, M., J. R. Dephinho, and J. Perry. 2013 . Beyond Ritual and Economics: Maasai Lion Hunting and Conservation Politics. Oryx. Published online: 14 May 2013: 1-11. doi:10.1017/S0030605312000907
  • Goldman, M., and Riosmena, F. 2013. Adaptive Capacity and Vulnerability to Drought in Tanzanian Maasailand: Changing strategies to navigate across fragmented landscapes. Global Environmental Change 23 (2013) 588-597.
  • Benjaminsen, T. A., Goldman, M. J., Minwary, M. Y., & Maganga, F. P. (2013). Wildlife Management in Tanzania: State Control, Rent Seeking and Community Resistance. Development and Change, 44(5), 1087-1109. doi: 10.1111/dech.12055.
  • Goldman, M.J. 2011. Strangers in their own land: Maasai and wildlife conservation in northern Tanzania. Conservation and Society 9(1):65-79. Goldman, M., J. Roque de Pinho, and J. Perry. 2010. Maintaining complex relations with large cats: Maasai and lions in Kenya and Tanzania. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 15 (5), 332-246.
  • Goldman, M. 2009. Constructing connectivity? Conservation corridors and conservation politics in East African rangelands. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (2):335-359.
  • Reid, R. S., D. Nkedianye, M. Y. Said, D. Kaelo, M. Neselle, O. Makui, L. Onetu, S. Kiruswa, N. Ole Kamuaro, P. Kristjanson, J. Ogutu, S. B. BurnSilver, M. J.
  • Goldman, R. B. Boone, K. A. Galvin, N. M. Dickson, and W. C. Clark. 2009. Evolving models to support communities and policy makers with science: Balancing pastoralism and wildlife conservation in East Africa. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) Published online Nov 3, 2009. http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2009/11/02/0900313106
  • Goldman, M. 2007. Tracking wildebeest, locating knowledge: Maasai and conservation biology understandings of wildebeest behavior in Northern Tanzania. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25:307-331.
  • Goldman, M. 2003. Partitioned nature, privileged knowledge: Community based conservation in Tanzania. Development and Change 34 (5):833-862.

Book chapters:

  • Goldman, M.J., M. Sinandei and Laura DeLuca, 2014. Conflict Resolution, Land Disputes and Peace Building in Northern Tanzania: The Role of Customary Institutions (chapter 10). In S. Maphosa, L. DeLuca, and A. Keasle (eds). Peace from Within: Community-based Peace Building in Africa. Pretoria, South Africa: Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA), pp. 153-171.
  • Goldman, M. J. 2011. Chapter 10: The politics of connectivity across human occupied landscapes: A look at corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya. In Knowing nature: Conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies, edited by. M. J. Goldman, P. Nadasdy and M. D. Turner, 186-202. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Goldman, M.J. and M. D. Turner 2011. Introduction. In Knowing nature: Conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies, edited by M. J. Goldman, P. Nadasdy and M. D. Turner, 1-23. Chicago: University of Chicago University Press.
  • Goldman, M.J. 2011. Chapter Eleven: Keeping the rhythm, encouraging dialogue, and renegotiating environmental truths: Writing in the oral tradition of a Maasai Enkiguena. In Environment at the margins, edited by B. Caminero-Santangelo and G. Myers. Columbus: Ohio University Press.