Ann Hironaka

Associate Professor, Sociology
School of Social Sciences

Ph.D., Stanford University, 1998, Sociology

Phone: (949) 824-3504

University of California, Irvine
3139 Social Science Plaza A
Irvine, CA 92697

civil war, culture and identity, environment, globalization
Publications Neverending Wars: The International Community, Weak States, and the Perpetuation of Civil War (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2005).
  Schofer, Evan and Ann Hironaka. 2005. “World Society and Environmental Protection Outcomes.” Social Forces. 84(1):25-47.
  Frank, David John, Ann Hironaka and Evan Schofer. 2000. “The Nation-State and the Natural Environment Over the Twentieth Century.” American Sociological Review. 65:96-116.
  Meyer, John W. David John Frank, Ann Hironaka, Evan Schofer, and Nancy Brandon Tuma. 1997. “The Structuring of a World Environmental Regime, 1870-1990.” International Organization. 51(4):623-51.
  Dahlin, Eric and Ann Hironaka. 2007. "Citizenship beyond Borders: A Cross- National Study of Dual Citizenship.” Sociological Inquiry.
  Hironaka, Ann. 2002. “Changing Meanings, Changing Institutions: An Institutional Analysis of Patent Legislation.” Sociological Inquiry. 72(1):108-30.
  Hironaka, Ann. 2002. “The Globalization of Environmental Protection: The Case of Environmental Impact Assessment.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 43(1):65-78.
  Hironaka, Ann and Evan Schofer. 2002. “Decoupling in the Environmental Arena: the case of environmental impact assessments.” Pp. 214-231 in Andrew J. Hoffman and Marc J. Ventresca (eds.) Organizations, Policy and The Natural Environment. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  Hironaka, Ann. 2003. “Science and the Environment.” Pp. 484-515 in Science in the Modern World Polity. G. Drori, J. Meyer, F. Ramirez and E. Schofer. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Grants United States Institute of Peace. “Long Term Outcomes in Civil War Interventions.” 2006
National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow "The Effects of Higher Education on Transitions to Political Democracy” 2001-03
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Last updated 12/19/2007