Corrie Ellis Grosse

Corrie Ellis Grosse
College of Saint Benedict, Saint John’s University
College of Saint Benedict, Saint John’s University
Corrie Grosse received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in June 2017. She is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at College of Saint Benedict, Saint John’s University in central Minnesota where she teaches a variety of courses, including Energy and Society.
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John Foran, Summer Gray, and Corrie Ellis Grosse. Forthcoming. 
"The New Political Cultures of Opposition and Creation in the Global Youth Climate Justice Movement."
Ecological Resistance Movements in the 21st Century: The Continuing Global Struggle for Biocultural Survival and Multispecies Justice, edited by Bron Taylor, Ursula Münster, and Joseph Witt. *equal authorship 
Grosse, Corrie Ellis. Forthcoming. 
"Tactics in the Grassroots of the Climate Justice Movement."
Universal Resistance, edited by Charles Derber. Routledge. (book title subject to change). 
Charles, Maria, Corrie Ellis Grosse and Paula England. 2015.
"Is There a Caring Class? Intergenerational Transmission of Care Work."
Sociological Science. 2:527-43.
Research Themes:
Grosse, Corrie Ellis. 2016. 
"Fair Care? How Ecuadorian Women Negotiate Childcare in Fair Trade Flower Production."
Women's Studies International Forum57:30-37.
Research Themes:
Ellis, Corrie. 2015
"Solidarity for Feminist Climate Justice"
The Feminist Wire, April 27
Grosse, Corrie Ellis. 2016. 
"Scholar Activism and Reciprocity: The Fight Against Fracking in Idaho."
Practicing Anthropology38(3):28-30.
Ellis, Corrie. 2014.
"Women Working on a Fair Flower Farm in Ecuador: An Ethnographic Study."
In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi:
Foran, John, Corrie Ellis, and Summer Gray. 2014. 
"At the COP: Global Climate Justice Youth Speak Out."