Publications

Forthcoming  Romano, S.T., Nuñez, J., and LaVanchy, G.T. “Rural Water Provision at the State-Society Interface in Latin America.” Water International.

2018  Romano, S.T. & Daum, C. “Transformative Practices of Teacher-Scholar-Activists in the Era of Trump.New Political Science 40(3): 515-527.

2018   Romano, S.T. and Daum, C. “Teacher-Scholar-Activists in the Era of Trump: Where Do We Go from Here?New Political Science 40(3): 599-604.

2018  Romano, S.T. & Highby, W. “Environmental Activism of Teacher-Scholars in the Neoliberal University.New Political Science 40(3): 581-598.

2017  “Transforming Participation in Water Governance: the Multisectoral Alliances of Water Committees and NGOs in Nicaragua.International Journal of Water Resources Development 35(3): 430-445.

2017  “Building Sustainable Water Governance from the Grassroots: ‘Organic Empowerment’ and Its Policy Implications in Nicaragua.” Society and Natural Resources, 30(4): 471-487.

2017  LaVanchy, G.T., Romano, S.T., & Taylor, M.J. “Challenges to water security along the ‘Emerald Coast’: a political ecology of local water governance in Nicaragua.Water 9(9): 655.

2016  “Democratizing Discourses: Conceptions of Ownership, Autonomy, and ‘the State’ in Nicaragua’s Rural Water Governance.Water International 41(1): 74-90.

2014  Lu, F., Ocampo-Raeder, C., Romano, S.T., & Crow, B. “Equitable water governance: Future directions in the understanding and analysis of water inequities in the global South.” Water International 39(2): 129-142. (Correction to authorship here)

2012  “From Protest to Proposal: The Contentious Politics of the Nicaraguan Anti-Water Privatization Social Movement.”  Bulletin of Latin American Research 31(4): 499-514.

BOOK CHAPTERS

2021    Romano, S.T. and LaVanchy, G.T. “From Water Insecurity to Water Injustice: How Tourism Produces Environmental Injustice along Nicaragua’s ‘Emerald Coast.’” In  S. Ryder, K. Powlen, M. Laituri, S. Malin, J. Sbicca, and D. Stevis, eds., Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene: From (Un)just Presents to Just Futures (Routledge).

2018  Romano, S.T. & Highby, W. “Campus Organizing towards the Democratization of Shale Oil and Gas Governance in Higher Education.” In J. Whitton, M. Cotton, & K. Brasier, eds., Governing Shale Gas: Development, Citizen Participation and Decision Making in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe. Earthscan Routledge.

2017  “Building Sustainable Water Governance from the Grassroots: ‘Organic Empowerment’ and Its Policy Implications in Nicaragua.” In P.L. Taylor and D.A. Sonnenfeld, eds., Water Crises and Governance: Reinventing Collaborative Institutions in an Era of Uncertainty. Philadelphia and London: Taylor & Francis Publishers (originally published in Society and Natural Resources, 30(4)).

2017  “Democratizing Discourses: Conceptions of Ownership, Autonomy and ‘the State’ in Nicaragua’s Rural Water Governance.” In R. Boelens, et al., eds., Hydrosocial Territories and Water Equity: Theory, Governance, and Sites of Struggle. Routledge (originally published in Water International, 40(1)).

COMMISSIONED PAPERS

2012  Lipschutz, R. & Romano, S.T.The Cupboard is Full: Public Finances for Public Services in the Global South.” Municipal Services Project, Occasional Paper No. 16 (March).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2020  Romano, S.T. Ambassador Susan Rice to Speak at Boston Speaker Series.” Professor’s Prologue, Lesley University.

2019  Romano, S.T.Water Equity and the Pursuit of Justice.Colorado Water (January/February): 33-39.