- Senior Sustainability Scholar, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation
- Associate Professor, Faculty of Justice and Social Inquiry, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
LaDawn Haglund is an associate professor of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University. She is also a Faculty Fellow at the Center for Law and Global Affairs, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and Senior Sustainability Scholar at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability. She received her PhD in Sociology from New York University in 2005.
Dr. Haglund's scholarly interests include macro- and comparative sociology; development and human rights, especially in Latin America; international political economy; globalization studies; and institutions and social change. Her most recent research analyzes the social and political dimensions of sustainability and natural resources management, particularly the human right to water and water-related resources.
At ASU, Dr. Haglund teaches "Human Rights and Sustainability," and "Globalization and Economic Justice" at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her affiliations include the American Sociological Association, the Latin American Studies Association, the Society for the Study of Social Problems, the Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics, and the Annual Conference on Development and Change.
An updated list of publications and courses taught can be found here: http://www.public.asu.edu/~lhaglund/Index.html
- PhD, New York University, 2005
- urban social-ecological systems
- Life on Land
- Sustainable Cities and Communities
- social justice
- natural resources
- climate change
- Clean Water and Sanitation
- Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
- human rights
- ecological ethics
- environmental policy
- climate change and adaptation
- water law and policy
- political economy
- environmental humanities
- water conflicts
- urban development
Haglund, L. 2016. New forms of environmental governance in São Paulo, Brazil: Implications for human rights. Latin American Perspectives 43(2):116-134. DOI: 10.1177/0094582X15573243. (link )
Aggarwal, R. M. and L. Haglund. 2015. Deepening Our Understanding of Rights Realization through Disaggregation and Mapping. Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation 265.
Haglund, L. 2014. Water governance and social justice in São Paulo, Brazil. Water Policy 16(S2):78-96. DOI: 10.2166/wp.2014.208. (link )
Haglund, L. and R. M. Aggarwal. 2011. Test of our progress: The translation of economic and social rights norms into practice. Journal of Human Rights 10(4):494-520. DOI: 10.1080/14754835.2011.619409. (link )
Haglund, L. and R. Stryker eds. 2015. Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation. University of California Press. ISBN: 978-0520283091.
Haglund, L. 2010. Limiting Resources: Market-Led Reform and the Transformation of Public Goods. Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN: 978-0271037189.
Aggarwal, R. M. and L. Haglund. 2015. Deepening our understanding of rights realization through disaggregation and mapping: Integrating Census data and participatory GIS. Pp. 265-290 In: Haglund, L. and R. Stryker eds., Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation. University of California Press. DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520283091.001.0001. ISBN: 978-0520283091.
Haglund, L. and R. Stryker. 2015. Introduction: Making sense of the multiple and complex pathways by which human rights are realized. Pp. 1-29 In: Haglund, L. and R. Stryker eds., Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation. University of California Press. ISBN: 978-0520283091.
Stryker, R. and L. Haglund. 2015. Conclusion: Emerging possibilities for social transformation. Pp. 319-354 In: Haglund, L. and R. Stryker eds., Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation. University of California Press. ISBN: 978-0520283091.