Phinney Hall 117
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
University of Idaho
P.O. Box 1110
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1110
Ryanne Pilgeram is an associate professor of Sociology. She specializes in qualitative research that focuses on how gender intersects with rural life.
- Ph.D, University of Oregon, 2010
- Gender, Race, and Class
- Environmental Sociology/Rural Sociology
- Sustainable Agricultural and Food Systems
- Pilgeram, Ryanne and Bryan Amos. 2015. “Beyond ‘Inherit it or Marry it:’ Exploring how women engaged in sustainable agriculture access farmland.” Rural Sociology.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne and Russell W. Meeuf. 2014. “Good food, good intentions: where pro-sustainability arguments get stale in U.S. food documentaries.” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne and Russell Meeuf. 2014. “The Celebrity of Salatin: Can a Famous Lunatic Farmer Change the Food System?” Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 3: 1-19.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne. 2013. “The Political and Economic Consequences of Defining Sustainable Agriculture in the US.” Sociology Compass 7:2 123-134.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne. 2012. “Social Sustainability and the White, Nuclear Family: Constructions of Gender, Race, and Class at a Northwest Farmers’ Market.” Race, Class & Gender 19: 37-60.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne. 2011. “‘The Only Thing That Isn’t Sustainable…is the Farmer’: Social Sustainability and the Politics of Class Among Pacific Northwest Sustainable Farmers,” Rural Sociology 76: 375–393.
- Pilgeram, Ryanne. 2007. “‘Ass-kicking’ women: doing and undoing gender in a U.S. livestock auction.” Gender, Work and Organization 14:572-595.
- Hoffman Award in Teaching Excellence, University of Idaho, 2014
- Key Fund Grant, University of Idaho College Letters, Arts, Social Sciences, 2013-14
- University of Idaho SEED Grant, “Examining the Roles of Women in Sustainable Agriculture,” 2012-13.