If you would like a copy of any of these books or reprints please send me an email (valdiviac@missouri.edu).  

 

Books

     

Coppock, D. L. and C. Valdivia (eds). 2001. Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano:  The Case of San Jose Llanga. Rangeland Resources Department, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA. 266 pp.

Zapata, E. and V. Vázquez (eds). 2001. Women in Higher Education in Mexico the US and the UK. (Género, Feminismo y Educación Superior: Una Visión Internacional.) Colegio de Postgraduados, MIAC, Consejo Británico y ANUIES. Mexico. A bilingual book, Valdivia edited the English version.

Valdivia, C. (ed). 1992. Sustainable Crop-Livestock Systems for the Bolivian Highlands.

      University of Missouri-Columbia. Columbia, Missouri. 208 pp.

Valdivia, C. 1991. Política Económica y Ganadería Extensiva:  El caso de ovinos y camélidos en el Perú.  University of Missouri-Columbia. Columbia, Missouri. 107 pp.

 

Journal Article Reprints

 

Raedeke, A., J. J. Green, S. S. Hodge and C. Valdivia. 2003. “Farmers, the Practice of Farming and the Future of Agroforestry: An Application of Bourdieu’s Concepts of Field and Habitus.” Rural Sociology. 68 (1): 64-86.

Valdivia, C. 2001. “Gender, Livestock Assets, Resource Management, and Food Security: Lessons from the SR-CRSP.” Agriculture and Human Values. 18 (1): 27-39.

Valdivia, C. and J. Gilles. 2001. “Gender and Resource Management: Households and Groups, Strategies and Transitions.” Agriculture and Human Values. 18 (1): 5-9.

Valdivia, C. 1999. “Returns to Investments in Small Ruminant Research in Indonesia. The Small Ruminant Collaborative Research Support Program (SR-CRSP) in West Java.” Agricultural Economics 21(1999 ): 41-51.

Valdivia, C., E. Dunn and C. Jetté. 1996. “Diversification as a Risk Management Strategy in an Andean Agropastoral Community.”  American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 78(5) (December):1329-1334.