Mirovitskaya, Natalia 1954-

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Mirovitskaya, Natalia 1954-
(Natalia S. Mirovitskaya)


Born January 21, 1954, in Tula, U.S.S.R. (now Russia); daughter of Sergei (a professor of military tactics) and Valentina (a professor of physics; maiden name, Roslianskaya) Karpov; married Vladimir Mirovitsky (in business), August 28, 1973; children: Dmitri. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education:Moscow State University, M.A. (with distinction), 1976; U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, Ph.D., 1981.Politics: "Feminism." Religion: Christian Orthodox.


Office—Center for International Development, Duke University, Box 90237, Durham, NC 27708-0237; fax: 919-684-2861.E-mail—[email protected]


Writer, economist, and educator. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, junior research scholar at Institute of World Economy and International Relations, 1979-80, research associate, 1980-86, senior research scholar, 1986-97; Duke University, Durham, NC, research fellow in public policy, 1995—. North Carolina State University, visiting associate professor of political science, 1992, 1997; participant in international research projects on gender and globalization, economy and ecology, and environmental issues.


International Studies Association, Policy Sciences Society, American Association of University Women.


International fellow, American Association of University Women, 1992; Quinney Award for research in natural resources management, 1994; MacArthur Foundation award, 1995; certificate of appreciation, National Research Council, 1996; award from Trent Foundation, 1997; awards from Trust for Mutual Understanding and Scientific and Environmental Affairs Division of North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1998; award from International Research and Exchanges Board, 1999; award from Center for Global Partnership, Japan Foundation, 2000.


(Coauthor) The Bering Sea Ecosystem, National Academy Press (Washington, DC), 1996.

(Editor, with William Ascher, and contributor) TheCaspian Sea: A Quest for Environmental Security,Kluwer Academic (Dordrecht, Netherlands), 2000.

(Editor, with William Ascher, and contributor) A Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy, Duke University Press (Durham, NC), 2002.

Contributor to books, including Polar Politics: Creating International Environmental Regimes, edited by Oran Young and Gail Osherenko, Cornell UniversityPress (Ithaca, NY), 1993; Oceans and Environmental Security: Shared U.S. and Russian Perspectives, edited by James Broadus and Raphael Vartanov, Island Press (Washington, DC), 1994; Environment and Society inEastern Europe, edited by Andrew Tickle and Ian Welsh, Longman (London, England), 1998; and The Effectiveness of International Regimes, edited by Oran Young and Marc Levy, MIT Press (Cambridge, MA), 1999. Contributor to periodicals, including Surviving Together, Marine Policy, and Journal of Environment and Development.



Environment, November, 2001, Nikolai N. Smirnov, review of The Caspian Sea: A Quest for Environmental Security, p. 42; September, 2003, John C.V. Pezzey, review of A Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy,p. 44.

Environments, November, 2002, Kevin S. Hanna, review of A Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy, p. 79.

Journal of Environmental Education, winter, 2003, Janice L. Woodhouse, review of A Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental Policy, p. 43.