- PhD, International Relations, American University; MA, Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley; MA, Comparative Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana; BA, Anthropology and East Asian studies, Princeton University.
- Languages Spoken
- Mandarin Chinese, French, some German and Spanish
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- SIS 313
- Dr. Judith Shapiro is on the faculty of the Global Environmental Politics program and directs the Dual Degree in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (NRSD) with University for Peace in Costa Rica. Her new book, China Goes Green: Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet, with Yifei Li, will be published summer 2020 by Polity. She is also the author of China's Environmental Challenges (Polity 2012, Second Edition 2016), Mao's War against Nature (Cambridge 2001) and the co-author of Son of the Revolution (Knopf 1983) and other books on China. Her courses include SIS 660 Environment and Politics, SIS 106 China from the Inside and SIS 352 Environmental Politics of Asia. Her website is www.judithshapiro.com.
- See Also
- Professor Shapiro's webpage
SIS-793 Practicum in Int'l Affairs: China in Latin America
SISU-352 Environmental Politics of Asia
SIS-602 AU-Univ for Peace Exchange
SIS-660 Environment and Politics
SISU-106 First Year Seminar: China from the Inside
Dr. Shapiro's current research is on the political and social dynamics of environmental degradation, and on the prospects for sustainable development in China.
Selected PublicationsNew book Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet, with Yifei Li, Polity Books 2020.
- China Goes Green:Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet, with Yifei Li, Polity Press, 2020
- China's Environmental Challenges, Polity Press, 2012.
- Mao's War Against Nature: Politics and the Environment in Revolutionary China, Cambridge University Press, 2001.
- Cold Winds, Warm Winds, with Liang Heng, Wesleyan University Press, 1987.
- After the Nightmare, with Liang Heng, Knopf 1987.
- Son of the Revolution, with Liang Heng, Knopf, 1983.