Dana R. Fisher. 2019. American Resistance.Columbia University Press.

Dana R. Fisher, Erika S. Svendsen, and James Connolly. 2015. Urban Environmental Stewardship and Civic Engagement: How planting trees strengthens the roots of democracy.Routledge Press.

Shamus Khan and Dana R. Fisher. 2013. The Practice of Research: How Social Scientists Answer their Questions. Oxford University Press.

Lockie, Steward, David A. Sonnenfeld, and Dana R. Fisher (editors). 2013. The Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. Routledge Press.

Fisher, Dana R. 2006. Activism, Inc. Stanford University Press.

Fisher, Dana R. 2004. National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime. Romwan & Littlefield Publishers.

Selected Articles–for full list, see CV

Tormos-Aponte, Fernando, Phil Brown, Shannon Dosemagen, Dana R. Fisher, Scott Frickel, Norah MacKendrick, David S. Meyer, and John N. Parker. 2023. “Pathways for diversifying and enhancing science advocacy.” Science Advances.

Fisher, Dana R. and Stella Rouse.  2022. “Intersectionality within the Racial Justice Movement in the Summer of 2020.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences..doi/10.1073/pnas.2118525119

Jasny, Lorien and Dana R. Fisher  2022. “How Networks of Social Movement Issues Motivate Climate Resistance.” Social Networks.

Fisher, Dana R.  2022. “AnthroShift in a Warming World.” Climate Action

Fisher, Dana R. and Sohana Nasrin  2021. “Strategic Coalition Building within the Youth Climate Movement in the US.” Politics & Governance. Volume 9, Issue 2.

Fisher, Dana R. and Sohana Nasrin  2020. “Climate Activism and its Effects.” WIREs Climate Change. 2020;

Fisher, Dana R. and Andrew Jorgenson  2019. Ending the Stalemate: Toward a Theory of Anthro-Shift.Sociological Theory.Vol. 37(4) 342-362.

Fisher, Dana R., Kenneth T.Andrews, Neal Caren, Erica Chenoweth, Michael T. Heaney, Tommy Leung, Nathan Perkins, and Jeremy Pressman.   2019. “The Science of Contemporary Street Protest: New Efforts in the United States.” Science Advances.

Jasny, Lorien and Dana R. Fisher.   2019. “Echo Chambers in Climate Science.Environmental Research Communication.

Fisher, Dana R. and Philip Leifeld  2019. “The Polycentricity of Climate Policy Blockage.� Climatic Change.

Fisher, Dana R.  2019. “The broader importance of #FridaysForFuture.”  Nature Climate Change.

Fisher, Dana R., Lorien Jasny, and Dawn M. Dow.  2018. “Why Are We Here? Patterns of Intersectional Motivations Across the Resistance .”  Mobilization.23(4 (December)):451�68

Jasny, Lorien, Amanda M. Dewey, Anya Galli Robertson, William Yagatich, Ann H. Dubin, Joseph McCartney Waggle, and Dana R. Fisher.  2018. “Shifting Echo Chambers in US Climate Policy Networks .”  PLOS ONE.23(4 (December)):451:68

Fisher, Dana R., Dawn M. Dow, and Rashawn Ray.  2017. “Intersectionality takes it to the streets: Mobilizing across diverse interests for the Women�s March .”  Science Advances. .

Leifeld, Philip and Dana R. Fisher.  2017. “Membership Nominations in International Scientific Assessments .”  Nature Climate Change.doi:10.1038/nclimate3392.

Jasny, Lorien, Joseph Waggle, and Dana R. Fisher.  2015. “An empirical examination of echo chambers in US climate policy networks.”  Nature Climate Change.doi:10.1038/nclimate2666.

Fisher, Dana R., Joseph Waggle, and Philip Leifeld.  2013. “Where Does Political Polarization Come From? Locating Polarization with the US Climate Change Debate.”  American Behavioral Scientist. Volume 57, Issue 1: 70 – 92.

Fisher, Dana R. Philip Leifield, and Yoko Iwaki. 2013. “Mapping the Ideological Networks of American Climate Politics.”  Climatic Change. Volume 116: 523-545.

Fisher, Dana R. 2012. “Youth Political Participation: Bridging Activism and Electoral Politics.” Annual Review of Sociology. August 2012: Volume 38: 119-37.

Fisher, Dana R., Lindsay K. Campbell, and Erika S. Svendsen.  2012. “The Organizational Structure of Urban Environmental Stewardship.”  Environmental Politics. 12 (1) 26-48.

Fisher, Dana R. 2010. “COP-15 in Copenhagen: How the Merging of Movements Left Civil Society Out In the Cold. Global Environmental Politics. Volume 10, Number 2: 11-17.

Fisher, Dana R. and Marije Boekkoi. 2010. “Mobiizing Friends and Strangers: Understanding the Role of the Internet in Days of Action. “Information, Communiation & Society. Volume 13, Number 2: 193-208.

Fisher, Dana R. 2010. “ On Social Networks and Social Protest: Understanding the Role of Social and Personal Ties in Large-Scale Protest Events.“Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, Volume 30: 115-140.

Fisher, Dana R. 2006. “Bringing the Material Back In: Understanding the United States Position on Climate Change. “Sociological Forum, Volume 21, Number 3: 467-494.

Fisher, Dana R. 2006. “Taking Cover Beneath the Anti-Bush Umbrella: Cycles of Protest and Movement-to-Movement Transmission in an Era of Repressive Politics.” Research in Political Sociology. Volume 15: 27-56.

Fisher, Dana R., Kevin Stanley, David Berman, and Gina Neff. 2005. “How Do Organizations Matter? Mobilization and Support for Participants at Five Globalization Protests.” Social Problems. Volume 52, Issue 1: 102-121.

Fisher Dana R. and William R. Freudenburg. 2004. “Post Industrialization and Environmental Quality: An Empirical Analysis of the Environmental State.” Social Forces. Volume 83, Issue 1.

Fisher Dana R. and Jessica Green. 2004. “Understanding Disenfranchisement: Civil Society and Developing Countries’ Influence and Participation in Global Governance for Sustainable Development.” Global Environmental Politics. Volume 4, Issue 3.

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