Arianna Hall-Reinhard

Ph.D Student Geography, Distinguished Univ Grad Fellow
Graduate Student

Advisor: Becky Mansfield

Current CV: PDF icon Arianna_Hall_Reinhard_CV.pdf

As a scholar, I seek to understand how climate change related traumas, fear of future traumas, and grief from ecological loss affects humanity’s ability to cope with a rapidly changing climate. My research builds on the strengths of feminist political ecology while working to expand its theoretical bounds by developing a critical framework to investigate inequalities in mental health and well-being in the context of climate change.


Areas of Expertise
  • Femminist Political Ecology
  • Critical Psychology
  • Climate Change
  • 2018 MA Geography, West Virginia University, magna cum laude
  • 2014 BS Earth Science, University of California Santa Cruz, cum laude
  • 2006 AA Liberal Arts, Ventura County Community College, magna cum laude
Arianna Hall-Reinhard
1131 Derby Hall