Helen Ingram and her husband, David Laird. 2âââââJ ournal of the S outhwest Helen Ingram, Mentor and Colleague: An Introduction to the Festschrift M a r g a r e t O. W i l d e r Many people stand in awe of Helen Ingram: her intellectual firepower, her incisive analytical capacities, her ability to derive exciting theoretical insights from apparently bland environmental policies and processes. This awe is much deserved. As this special festschrift double issue of Journal of the Southwest attests, Helen not only has been a scholar in her own right for over 50 years but has also served as a mentor for numerous junior colleagues in multiple disciplines, many of whom have now themselves reached important pinnacles in their professions and, in turn, have passed on some of Helenâs intellectual genes to newer generations of environmental researchers. Through her own research and publishing, and her mentorship of academics both in the United States and internationally, Helen has left her imprimatur on transdisciplinary environmental policy studies. Her major contribution has been to guide water and environmental policy in the direction of greater equity for marginalized peoples, communities, epistemologies, and cultures. She has made sure
Journal of the Southwest – Southwest Center (Univ of Arizona)
Published: Jul 13, 2017
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