Clare Hinrichs

Professor of Rural Sociology

Research Summary

How transitions to sustainability are understood, negotiated, organized, contested, and assessed.

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Publication Tags

Food Water Resources Management Stakeholder Bioenergy Environmental Change Social Change Conceptual Framework Behavioural Change Participation Environmental Management Crops Sustainability Expert Food Security Coproduction Infrastructure Stakeholder Engagement Firm Energy Agriculture Water Resources Evidence Farmer Farmers Economy

Most Recent Publications

Weston M. Eaton, Kathryn J. Brasier, Hannah Whitley, Julia C. Bausch, C. Clare Hinrichs, Barbara Quimby, Mark E. Burbach, Amber Wutich, Jodi Delozier, Walt Whitmer, Stephanie Kennedy, Jason Weigle, Clinton Williams, 2022, Journal of Rural Studies on p. 1-12

Hamil Pearsall, Sarah Heck, Madison Tablas, Joseph Pierce, Clare Hinrichs, Lara A. Roman, Jerome Shabazz, 2022, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability

Using social network analysis to understand and enhance local and regional food systems

Sarah Rocker, Jess Kropczynski, Clare Hinrichs, 2022, on p. 231-256

Expert habits of mind: Implications for knowledge co-production in energy transitions

Weston M. Eaton, Morey Burnham, Christine Kirchoff, C. Clare Hinrichs, 2021, Energy Research and Social Science

PREFERENCES OVER, AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR, RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

James Yoo, Richard C Ready, Clare Hinrichs, 2021, Journal of Energy and Development on p. 147-170

H. Pearsall, V. Guttieerez-Velez, M. Gilbert, S. Hoque, H. Eakin, E. Bronidizio, W. Solecki, L. Toran, J Baka, J. Behm, C. Brelsford, Cynthia Hinrichs, K. Henry, J. Mennis, L. Roman, C. Rosan, E. South, R. Valletta, 2021, npj Urban Sustainability

Weston M. Eaton, Kathryn J. Brasier, Mark E. Burbach, Walt Whitmer, Elyzabeth W. Engle, Morey Burnham, Barbara Quimby, Anil Kumar Chaudhary, A Kumary Chaudhary, Hannah Whitley, Jodi Delozier, Lara B. Fowler, Amber Wutich, Julia C. Bausch, Melissa Beresford, C. Clare Hinrichs, Cheryl Burkhart-Kriesel, H Gall, Heather E. Preisendanz, Clinton Williams, J Watson, Jason Weigle, 2021, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1111-1132

Transforming Society's Food Choices: Context and Governance Matter

Cynthia Hinrichs, 2019, One Earth (Cell Press)

Symbolic meanings, landowner support, and dedicated bioenergy crops in the rural northeastern United States

Weston M. Eaton, Morey Burnham, Katrina Running, C. Clare Hinrichs, Theresa Selfa, 2019, Energy Research and Social Science on p. 247-257

Most-Cited Papers

Transitions to sustainability: A change in thinking about food systems change?

C. Clare Hinrichs, 2014, Agriculture and Human Values on p. 143-155

Regionalizing food security? Imperatives, intersections and contestations in a post-9/11 world

Cynthia Clare Hinrichs, 2013, Journal of Rural Studies on p. 7-18

The politics of imaginaries and bioenergy sub-niches in the emerging Northeast U.S. bioenergy economy

Morey Burnham, Weston Eaton, Theresa Selfa, Clare Hinrichs, Andrea Feldpausch-Parker, 2017, Geoforum on p. 66-76

Fixing food with ideas of “local” and “place”

Clare Hinrichs, 2016, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences on p. 759-764

Weston M. Eaton, Morey Burnham, C. Clare Hinrichs, Theresa Selfa, 2017, Energy Research and Social Science on p. 65-75

Weston M. Eaton, Kathryn J. Brasier, Mark E. Burbach, Walt Whitmer, Elyzabeth W. Engle, Morey Burnham, Barbara Quimby, Anil Kumar Chaudhary, A Kumary Chaudhary, Hannah Whitley, Jodi Delozier, Lara B. Fowler, Amber Wutich, Julia C. Bausch, Melissa Beresford, C. Clare Hinrichs, Cheryl Burkhart-Kriesel, H Gall, Heather E. Preisendanz, Clinton Williams, J Watson, Jason Weigle, 2021, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1111-1132

The long reach of lean retailing: Firm embeddedness and Wal-Mart’s implementation of local produce sourcing in the US

J. Dara Bloom, C. Clare Hinrichs, 2017, Environment and Planning A on p. 168-185

How do sociocultural factors shape rural landowner responses to the prospect of perennial bioenergy crops?

Weston M. Eaton, Morey Burnham, C. Clare Hinrichs, Theresa Selfa, Sheng Yang, 2018, Landscape Planning on p. 195-204

Symbolic meanings, landowner support, and dedicated bioenergy crops in the rural northeastern United States

Weston M. Eaton, Morey Burnham, Katrina Running, C. Clare Hinrichs, Theresa Selfa, 2019, Energy Research and Social Science on p. 247-257

Re-imagining the Good Life

Karen Scott, Clare Hinrichs, Leif Jensen, 2018, Journal of Rural Studies on p. 127-131