Jeremy M. Sorgen
Assistant Research Professor
Provost Impact Fellow
PhD, University of Virginia
Community-based research, Indigenous studies, environmental ethics, philosophy of science
Jeremy Sorgen is a scholar of religion, ethics, and the environment. He uses community-based research to build capacity for policy reform and environmental decision making. In collaboration with California Native American Tribes, his current research investigates Tribal cultural resource protection and other land use issues. His publications appear in top-ranking journals in philosophy, religious studies, and the environmental humanities, and his research has received funding from the Henry Luce Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Social Science Research Council. Sorgen is currently working on a book, entitled Research in Relationship: Community-Based Research and Environmental Problem-Solving.