All of my journal publications and book chapters are available for free.
If you would like one that is not downloadable from this site when you click the [PDF], please email me and I will happily(!) send you an electronic copy: jeremy.john.schmidt [at] gmail.com.
• Jeremy J. Schmidt. 2017. Water: Abundance, Scarcity, and Security in the Age of Humanity. New York: New York University Press.
• Peter G. Brown and Jeremy J. Schmidt (Eds), 2010. Water ethics: foundational readings for students and professionals. Washington DC: Island Press.
(2) REFEREED ARTICLES
• Forthcoming. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Water policy in Alberta: Settler-colonialism, community, and capital. Journal of the Southwest [Special issue in honour of Helen Ingram].
• 2017. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Social learning in the Anthropocene: Novel challenges, shadow networks, and ethical practices. Journal of Environmental Management 193: 373-380.
•2014. Jeremy J. Schmidt and Christiana Z. Peppard. Water ethics on a human-dominated planet: context, rationality and values in global governance. WIREs Water 1(6): 533-547. [PDF]
• 2014. Nate Matthews and Jeremy J. Schmidt. False promises: the contours, contexts and contestation of good water governance in Lao PDR and Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Water Governance 2(2/3): 21-40. [PDF]
• 2014. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Water management and the procedural turn: norms and transitions in Alberta. Water Resources Management, 28(4): 1127-1141. [PDF]
• 2014. Jeremy J. Schmidt and Kyle R. Mitchell. Property and the right to water: toward a non-liberal commons. Review of Radical Political Economics, 46(1): 54-69. [PDF]
• 2014. Jeremy J. Schmidt. The retreating state: political geographies of the object and the proliferation of space. Political Geography, 39: 58-59.
• 2013. Jeremy J. Schmidt and Dan Shrubsole. Modern water ethics: implications for shared governance. Environmental Values 22(3): 359-379. [PDF]
• 2010. Jeremy J. Schmidt and Martha Dowsley. Hunting with polar bears: problems with the passive properties of the commons. Human Ecology, 38(3): 377-387. [PDF]
• 2007. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Pricing water to death: Alberta’s water permits prolong the problem. Alternatives Journal, 33(4): 29-30.
(3) BOOK CHAPTERS & REPORTS
• Forthcoming. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Water quality and availability. In, Benjamin Hale and Andrew Light (Eds), Routledge Companion to Environmental Ethics (London: Routledge).
• 2015. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Water as an ethical opportunity in Canada. In, S. Davidson, J. Linton, and W. Mabee (Eds), Water as a social opportunity (Montreal: McGill-Queens). Pp. 29-52.
• 2014. Peter G. Brown and Jeremy J. Schmidt. Living in the Anthropocene: business as usual, or compassionate retreat? In, State of the World 2014, The WorldWatch Institute (Ed). Washington DC: Island Press. Pp. 63-71.
• 2012. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Scarce or insecure? The right to water and the ethics of global water governance. In, Farhana Sultana and Alex Loftus (Editors), The Right to Water: Governance, Politics and Social Struggles (London: Routledge) pp. 94-109. FREE ON GOOGLE BOOKS HERE
• 2011. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Alternative water futures in Alberta (Edmonton: Parkland Institute, ISBN: 978-1-894949-32-3) 54pp. PDF
• 2010. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Water ethics and water management. In, Peter G. Brown and Jeremy J. Schmidt (Editors), Water Ethics (Washington DC: Island Press) pp. 3-15.
• 2010. Peter G. Brown and Jeremy J. Schmidt. An ethic of compassionate retreat. In, Peter G. Brown and Jeremy J. Schmidt (Editors), Water Ethics (Washington DC: Island Press) pp. 265-286. *Reprinted in Minding Nature: Journal for the Center of Humans and Nature 3(2): 16-27.
• In press. Comparative review: (1) Biermann, F. Earth system governance: world politics in the Anthropocene (MIT Press, 2014). (2) Hamilton, C. Gemenne F. and Bonneuil, C. (eds). The Anthropocene and global environmental crisis: rethinking modernity in a new epoch (Routledge, 2015). Environmental Politics.
•2016. Review: Swyngedouw, E. Liquid power: contested hydro-modernities in Twentieth-century Spain (MIT Press, 2015). The Canadian Geographer 60(4): e50-e51.
• 2016. Review: Clancy, P. Freshwater politics in Canada. (University of Toronto Press, 2014). British Journal of Canadian Studies 29(1): 124.
• 2014. Review: Desbiens, C. Power from the North: territory, identity and the culture of hydropower in Quebec. (UBC Press, 2013). Quebec Studies 56: 141-143.
•2013. Review: Chang, J. Is water H2O? Evidence, realism and pluralism. Water History 5(3): 373-375.
• 2013. Review: Mascarenhas, M. Where the waters divide: neoliberalism, white privilege, and environmental racism in Canada. (Lexington Books, 2012). Canadian Public Policy 39(2): 354-55.
• 2012. Review: Moran, E. Environmental social science: human-environment interactions and sustainability. (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). International Journal of Social Research Methodology 15(5): 445-446.
• 2012. Review: Zetland, D. The end of abundance: economic solutions to water scarcity (Amsterdam: Aguanomics Press, 2011). Journal of Peace Research 49(4): 624.
• 2012. Review: Boelens, R., Getches, D. and A. G. Gil (Eds.), Out of the mainstream: water rights, politics and identity (London: Earthscan, 2010). Agriculture and Human Values 29(1): 127-128.
• 2011. Review: D. Kysar, Regulating from nowhere: environmental law and the search for objectivity. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010). Environmental Values 20(4): 567-569.
• 2011. Review: J. Linton, What is water? The history of a modern abstraction. (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010). The Canadian Geographer 55(4): 513-514.
• 2011. Review: D. Delaney, The spatial, the legal, and the pragmatics of world-making: nomospheric investigations. (New York: Routledge, 2010). Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101(6): 1388-1390.
• 2011. Review: Kenway, J. and Fahey, J. (Eds.), Globalizing the research imagination. (New York: Routledge, 2009). International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 14(4): 333-335.
• 2011. “The de-symbolized world.” Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 22: 116-18. [review of Dufour’s The art of shrinking heads: on the new servitude of the liberated in the age of total capitalism (Cambridge: Polity Press).]
• 2010. Review: G. Chamberlain, Troubled waters: religion, ethics, and the global water crisis (New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2008). Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 4: 112-13.
• 2009. Review: U. Heise, Sense of place and sense of planet: the environmental imagination of the global. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008). Ethics, Place & Environment, 12(1): 143-45.
• 2008. Review: J. Benidickson, The culture of flushing: a social and legal history of sewage. (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007). Canadian Public Policy 34: 135-36.
(5) THESES, REPORTS (non-refereed), CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS & POPULAR
•2012. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Canada without the commons. The Mark News, 5 November.
• 2012. Jeremy J. Schmidt. Ethical enigmas in modern water policy: the Albertan example. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario.
• 2011. Schmidt, Jeremy J. The ethic of transition: evidence from multi-level governance in Alberta. Proceedings of the World Water Congress. Recife, Brazil, 24-28 September.
• 2011. Schmidt, Jeremy J. Why is the census not an election issue? The Mark News, 11 April.
• 2011. Schmidt, Jeremy J. Ethical oil: a moral misnomer. The Mark News, 21 January.
• 2010. Schmidt, Jeremy J. The ethics of instream flows: science and policy in southern Alberta, Canada. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 70: 193-199.
• 2008. Dowsley, M. and Schmidt, Jeremy J. Hunting with polar bears: questioning assumptions of passive property. Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, July 14-18, Cheltenham, England.
• 2007. Schmidt, Jeremy J. The past, present and future of water policy in the South Saskatchewan River Basin, Alberta, Canada. Unpublished MA Thesis, McGill University.