Don K. Alper
Phone: (360) 650-3728 or (360) 650-4675
Office: Canada House - CA 203
- Ph.D., Political Science, University of British Columbia
- B.A., M.A., Political Science, California State University, Long Beach
- Canadian Politics and Government
- Canadian-US relations with emphasis on Pacific Northwest/Western Canada cross-border regionalism, political relations and border security
- American Politics
Selected PublicationsJournal Articles and Edited Volumes
- Alper, D. and B. Hammond. 2011. "Bordered Perspectives: Local Stakeholders' Views of Border Management in the Cascade Corridor Region." Journal of Borderlands Studies, 26(1): 101-114.
- Salazar, D. and D. Alper. 2011. "Justice and Environmentalisms in the British Columbia and US Pacific Northwest Environmental Movements." Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal. 24(8): 767-784.
- Alper, D. 2010. "Transboundary Environmental Governance in the Pacific West." Ch. 9 in Barry Rabe and Stephen Brooks (Eds), Environmental Governance on the 49th Parallel: New Century, New Approaches. Washington , DC: Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Canada Institute Occasional Papers Series, (February): 133-151.
- Alper, D. and J. Loucky. "Canada-U.S. Border Securitization: Implications for Binational Cooperation," Canadian-American Public Policy. Number 72, (published in 2009). Orono, Maine: The Canadian-American Center, University of Maine.
- Alper, D. and Emmanuel Brunet-Jailley. (Editors) 2009. "Special Issue: Rarely Studies Borderlands." Journal of Borderlands Studies. Vol 23/3 (Fall).
- Loucky, J., Alper, D. and J.C. Day, eds., Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2008.
- Alper, D. and D. Salazar. 2005. "Identification with Transboundary Places and Support for Ecological Transboundary Governance: A Case Study of British Columbia Environmental Activists." Journal of Borderland Studies. 20(1): 23-43.
- Alper, D. 2004. "Emerging Collaborative Frameworks for Environmental Governance in the Georgia Basin-Puget Sound Ecosystem," Journal of Borderland Studies. Spring 19(1): 79-88.