Media

Interviewed for “How our sense of place can help us restore Puget Sound,” Making Waves (magazine produced by the Puget Sound Partnership), Kevin Hyde, November 2020. Available at: https://makingwaves.psp.wa.gov/index.php/2020/11/09/how-our-sense-of-place-can-help-us-restore-puget-sound/

Coastlines and communities: understanding shoreline armoring and sense of place in Washington’s Puget Sound region, presentation at the 2020 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (virtual conference due to Covid-19), April 2020. Available at: https://ssec.confex.com/ssec/2020/videogateway.cgi/id/30?recordingid=30 (note: roughly first 15 minutes, part of a recorded session with other presentations).

Current work with SeaDoc Society is informing a Salish Sea campaign, as illustrated by the, “Help a Lost Killer Whale Find the Salish Sea,” video, posted December 2, 2019. Available at:

Discussed in “Shoreline Armoring Impacts ‘Sense of Place,” Report Says,” Puget Sound Institute, Jeff Rice, October 23, 2019. Available at: https://www.pugetsoundinstitute.org/2019/10/report-examines-social-cost-of-shoreline-armoring/

Discussed in “Where on Earth is the Salish Sea? Survey: Most Washington and B.C. Residents Don’t Know They Live Alongside the Salish Sea,” UC Davis Environment News (press release by UC Davis and the SeaDoc Society), May 16, 2019. Available at: https://www.ucdavis.edu/news/where-earth-salish-sea

Discussed in “Shared Connections: Equity and Social Science at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference,” Coastal Connections (Washington Sea Grant & University of Washington), Melissa Watkinson, January 2, 2019. Available at: http://wsg.washington.edu/coastal-connections/?p=3543 

Place Matters: Understanding Sense of Place for Communities, Policy, and Planning, presentation as part of the 2018 James W. Scott Regional Research Fellowship at Western Washington University, June 2018. Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/hrss/hrss/hrss_events/19/

Discussed in “Presentation at Wilson Library Challenges Audience’s Perception of Home,” The Western Front, July 5, 2018. Available at: http://www.westernfrontonline.com/2018/07/05/presentation-at-wilson-library-challenges-audiences-perception-of-home/

Discussed in “Hood Canal council talks human wellbeing,” The Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader, June 20, 2018. Available at: http://www.ptleader.com/news/hood-canal-council-talks-wellbeing/article_4be18dee-7411-11e8-8aef-7b8445ec6aa6.html 

Discussed in “Американские исследователи расшатывают государственность,” RuBaltic.ru, March 28, 2017. Available at: https://www.rubaltic.ru/article/politika-i-obshchestvo/28032017-amerikanskie-issledovateli-rasshatyvayut-pribaltiyskuyu-gosudarstvennost/

Lost in Conflation: Estonia’s Russian-speakers & Narva, presentation at the NATO Along Russia’s Borders Security Conference, University of Kansas, April 2016

Interviewed for “Вместе Помогая Жить.” [Helping to Live Together]. Narva Leht/Газета Нарва [Narva Newspaper], September 26, 2013. Available at (original site no longer available): https://www.scribd.com/document/171372047/Narva-Bonus-39

Post-Soviet Estonian Citizenship Policy, brownbag lecture at the Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies, University of Kansas, February 2013