C. RI CHARD BATH
is Professor of Political Science, University of T
at EI Paso. He has written on environmental issues along the Un
States-Mexico border for the last thirty years and is a past preside
the Association of Borderlands Scholars.
KATE A. BERRY
is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geogr
at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her research focuses on Native A
ican water rights and policy in the western United States. She is
Red mtter, White Law: The McCarran mtter Rights Amend
and the Struggle for American Indian mtter Rights.
She has also publi
on the topics of western water policy, water conflict managemen
proaches, and environmental education in tribal colleges.
JOHN G. BRETTING
is Assistant Professor of Public Administrati
the University of Texas, San Antonio. His teaching and research inte
include research methods, public budgeting, intergovernmental ad
istration, and urban political economy. He is coauthor of
the Rocky Mountain Institute's Economic Renewal Program in Alam
among other publications. He has a long history of grassr
organizing around environmental issues.
DAVID E. CAMACHO
is Associate Professor of Political Science, No
ern Arizona University. He is the author of
United States Politics
as well as numerous articles. His teaching and research in
ests include race, power, and politics; public and environmental po
social movement theory; cultural hegemony; and urban politics. H
involved in grassroots organizations and serves as a consultant in
areas ofleadership, self-empowerment, and community-building.
JEANNE NIENABER CLARKE
is Professor of Political Science at
University of Arizona, Tucson. She is author or coauthor of three b
and several articles on natural resources policy, including
Terrain: Power Diffirentials among Natural Resource Management A
She frequently does consulting work for federal and state agencie
ANDREA K. GERLAK
is Assistant Professor of Political Science at G
ford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her teaching interest