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Justin M. Scott-Coe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monte Vista Water District; Claremont Graduate University
Interdisciplinary approaches to water; water rights; water use efficiency; utility management; sustainable living
|Address:||3633 Beechwood Place
Riverside, California 92506
|Primary Phone:||(951) 369-3350|
|Secondary Phone:||(909) 238-6199|
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Water
List Editor for H-Water
Former Review Editor for H-Water
PhD Candidate, English, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
M.A., Anglo-American Literary Relations, University College London, UK
Water Use Efficiency Practitioner, Grade 2, American Water Works Association, California-Nevada Section
Public Affairs Representative, Monte Vista Water District, Montclair, CA, 2007-Present
Water Resource Manager, Integrated Resource Management, LLC, Claremont, CA, 2003-06
Lecturer, Composition and Literature, Cal State San Bernardino, University of California Riverside, Riverside Community College, University of Redlands, Mt. San Jacinto College, 1999-Present
H-Net Council, 2010-Present
"Being a Green Machine," City of Riverside Strategic Vision, 2010-Present
Riverside Board of Public Utilities, 2009-Present
Gage Canal Company Board of Directors, 2009-Present
Wood Streets Green Team, Leader, 2009-Present
Riverside Neighborhood Partnership Board, 2008-Present
H-Water Reviews Editor, 2008-Present
H-Water List Editor, 2007-Present
Managing and Technical Editor, Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, 2006-2008.
U.S. Peace Corps, Ukraine, 1998-1999
Awards, Publications, Presentations:
"Regional Conservation Collaboration: What's Sexy about Planning?" Co-presenter. Water Smart Innovations Conference, Las Vegas, NV. October 7, 2010.
Iron Eyes Cody Award, Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful, October 2009
"Riverside man inspires environmentalism in neighbors by helping them 'move from interest to action'", Press-Enterprise, September 10, 2009.
Co-editor: "Fieldwork and Interdisciplinary Modes of Knowing." Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 9.1 (2009). http://reconstruction.eserver.org/091/contents091.shtml.
Co-editor: "Water: Resources & Discourses." Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 6.3 (2006). http://reconstruction.eserver.org/063/contents.shtml.
"Haunting and Hunting: Bodily Resurrection and the Occupation of History in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon." The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations. Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds, Editor. New York: Camden House, 2005.