Postdoctoral Research Associate
IRIC, Room 125
Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2334
Moscow, ID 83844-2334
Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2017
B.A., Central Michigan University, 2007
- Sociology of agriculture
- Environmental sociology
- Mixed methods
- Place studies
- Community resilience
- Women in farming
- Herbicide resistant weeds
- Goldberger, Jessica, Lisa DeVetter and Katherine Dentzman. Forthcoming. “Polyethylene and biodegradable plastic mulches for strawberry production in the United States: Experiences and opinions of growers in three regions.” Horticulture Technology.
- Dentzman, Katherine and Jessica Goldberger. 2019. “Plastic scraps: Biodegradable plastic mulches and the aesthetics of ‘good farming’ in U.S. specialty crops.” Agriculture and Human Values. DOI: 10.1007/s10460-019-09970-x
- Jussaume, Raymond, Katherine Dentzman, and Micheal D. K. Owen. 2019. “Producers, weeds, and society.” Journal of Integrated Pest Management 10 (1): 1-6. DOI: 10.1093/jipm/pmy017
- Ervin, David, Elise Breshears, George Frisvold, Katherine Dentzman, Wesley Everman, Jeffery Gunsolus, Terrance Hurley, Raymond Jussaume, Jason Norsworthy, and Micheal Owen. 2019. “Farming attitudes toward cooperative approaches to herbicide resistance management: A common pool ecosystem service challenge.” Ecological Economics 157: 237–245.
- Dentzman, Katherine. 2018. “Herbicide resistant weeds as place disruption: Their impact on farmers’ attachment, interpretations, and weed management strategies.” Environmental Psychology 60: 55–62.
- Dentzman, Katherine. 2018. “‘I would say that might be all it is, is hope’: The framing of herbicide resistance and how farmers explain their faith in herbicides.” Journal of Rural Studies 57: 118–127.