My current CV is below (download as a pdf):
Peer-reviewed articles and chapters
Jhangiani, R. S. & Green, A. G. Accepted. An Open Athenaeum: Creating an institutional home for open pedagogy. In A. Wesolek, J. Lashley, & A. Langley (Eds.), OER: A Field Guide for Academic Librarians. Eugene, Oregon: Pacific University Press.
Congram, Derek, Michael Kenyhercz, and Arthur G. Green. 2017. “Grave Mapping in Support If the Search for Missing Persons in Conflict Contexts.” Forensic Science International 278. Elsevier Ireland Ltd: 260–68. doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2017.07.021 & Open Access version: https://goo.gl/s61SgN
Jhangiani, R., A. G. Green, and J. Belshaw. 2016. Multiple approaches to open textbook development: Lessons learned from three disciplines. In Open Education: International Perspectives in Higher Education, eds. P. Blessinger and T. Bliss. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. https://goo.gl/3R7T6M
Congram, D., A. G. Green, and H. Tuller. 2016. Mapping the Missing: A New Approa h to Locating Missing Persons Burial Locations in Armed Conflict Contexts. In Missing Persons: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Disappeared, ed. D. Congram, 207-223. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. http://amzn.to/2bTfoLK
Green, A. G., and R. Bunn. 2016. Food talk: composing the Agricultural Land Reserve. In Conversations in Food Studies: Working the Edges, eds. C. Anderson, J. Brady, and C. Levkoe, 95–116. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. https://uofmpress.ca/books/detail/conversations-in-food-studies
Green, A. G. 2015. Permaculture. In The Sage Encyclopedia of Food Issues, ed. K. Albala, 1127–1130. New York: Sage Publications. http://goo.gl/VNxFt5
Green, A. G. 2015. Social Identity, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding. In Livelihoods, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, eds. H. Young and L. Goldman, 19-40. London, UK: Routledge. http://goo.gl/6JS2zO
Green, A. G. 2013. Title Wave: Land Tenure and Peacebuilding in Aceh. In Land and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, eds. J. Unruh and R. Williams, 293–320. London, UK: Routledge. http://goo.gl/jLHFZM
Green, A. G. and J. Unruh. 2010. Clean Development Mechanism Afforestation and Reforestation Projects: Implications for Local Agriculture. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 5 (57): 1-11. http://goo.gl/Dm54Eu
Green, A. G. 2010. Land Tenure Security and Peacebuilding in Aceh, Indonesia. Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management 2 (1):283-290. http://goo.gl/nk7Dw3
Green, C. and A. G. Green. 2009. Global Service Learning through Green Mapping Tourism Development in the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education 21 (4):43–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10963758.2009.10696959
Green, A. G., and K. Bucher. 2006. Geospatial Analysis of Cotton Production Potential in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Intercarto 12: GIS and Sustainable Development, ed. H. K. & V Tikunov, 119–130. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Gesellschaft. http://greengeographer.com/pubs/CPP/
Green, A. G. 2004. Reflections from the Field: Islam and the Tsetse Fly. Sylvanet 17 (2):2-5. https://goo.gl/pxBBt8
Congram, D., and A. G. Green. 2015. GIS Gravesite Mapping: A Pilot Project Report to the International Committee of the Red Cross. Geneva.
Congram, D., A. G. Green, and M. Kenyhercz. 2015. Geographic Information Systems Gravesite Mapping: Report to the International Committee of the Red Cross Delegation in Azerbaijan, Delegation in Armenia, and Mission in Nagorno-Karabakh. Baku, Azerbaijan.
Green, A. G. 2007. Fruit Tree Crops & Nurseries in Aceh: A Rapid Market Appraisal of Aceh Jaya and Aceh Barat. World Agroforestry Centre: Bogor, Indonesia: ICRAF. http://goo.gl/cHixLj
Green, A. G., and Jonas Tchinle. 2004. Mbororo Transhumance and Natural Resource Management in the Tchabal Mbabo-Dodeo Region. Papers for the Gashaka Gumti-Tchabal Mbabo Transboundary Conservation Project, 113. Yaoundé, Cameroun: BirdLife International. http://goo.gl/NUQn54
Green, A. G. 2013. Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal land rights and the rule of law by Laura Devries, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2011, 242 pp., hardcover C$85.00 (ISBN 9780774821841). The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien 57 (4):e23–e24. http://goo.gl/GC8hMy
Geography Open Textbook Collective. 2014. British Columbia in a Global Context (An Open Textbook) eds. A. G. Green, S. McPhee, A. Ettya, B. Ricker, and C. Temenos. Vancouver: BCcampus Open Education. http://opentextbc.ca/geography/
Keynote addresses, presentations, and invited talks
Green, A.G. 2017. Keynote speaker at The Future is Open: Libraries and Open Education. Vancouver, British Columbia: BC Open Education Librarians Association.
Green, A.G. and Jennnifer Kirkey. 2017. OER Advocacy: Measuring the True Costs of Textbooks. In The Open Textbook Summit 2017. Vancouver, British Columbia: BCcampus. https://bcopentextooksummit2017.sched.com/event/9m5p/oer-advocacy-measuring-the-true-cost-of-textbooks
Green, A.G. 2017. Panelist at Collaborative Effort: Institutional OER Initiatives Shared and Discussed. In 2017 BC Library Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia: BC Open Education Librarians Association.
Green, A.G. 2016. Workshop leader at Open Pedagogy Workshop. In Open Access Week Presentation Series. Surrey, British Columbia: KPU. http://greengeographer.com/openpedagogyworkshopkpu/
Green, A.G. 2016. Speaker at Open Pedagogy Maker Event. In Festival of Learning 2016. Burnaby, British Columbia: BCcampus OpenEd.
Green, A. G., J. Kirkey, and R. Lidstone. 2016. Back to the Features: questioning the impact of ancillary resources on open textbook adoption. In Festival of Learning 2016. Burnaby, British Columbia: BCcampus OpenEd https://goo.gl/ckKah6.
Green, A. G., and E. Liu. 2016. Open Educational Resources for GIScience. In Festival of Learning 2016. Burnaby, British Columbia: BCcampus OpenEd. https://goo.gl/KTjSHM
Turner, D., A. G. Green, and L. Brown. 2016. How Flexible is Flexible Learning? In Festival of Learning 2016. Burnaby, British Columbia: BCcampus OpenEd https://festivaloflearning2016.sched.org/event/e149bb15940efc344158c423fb0c02cf
Turner, D., A. G. Green, L. Brown, and M. Katz. 2016. Expanding the Classroom: The Why, When, and How of using Virtual Reality in Education. In Festival of Learning 2016. https://festivaloflearning2016.sched.org/event/f999905ce23f1b504bc6a400f1d5c32c
Green, A. G. 2016. The Pedagogy of Open Science: The Open Turn and Research, Teaching, and Learning. For Celebrate Learning and Teaching Week Workshop. Vancouver: UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. https://events.ctlt.ubc.ca/events/the-pedagogy-of-open-science-the-open-turn-and-research-teaching-and-learning/
Green, A.G. 2016. FieldPress Workshop. In BCcampus Educational Technology. Vancouver: BCcampus.
Brown, L., D. Turner, and A. G. Green. 2016. Enhancing Learning In and Out of the Classroom: Using Virtual Reality in Higher Education. In Celebrate Learning and Teaching Week Workshops. Vancouver: UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology.
Green, A. G., S. Hermansen, L. Brown, and D. Turner. 2016. The Pedagogy of Open Science: Impacts of the “Open Turn” on Geographic Research, Teaching, and Learning. In American Association of Geographers Annual Conference: San Francisco, CA. https://goo.gl/NXyQUS
Green, A. G. 2016. Panel on Engaging Students in Open Education Open Education Week 2016. UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology: Vancouver, BC. http://www.ikebarberlearningcentre.ubc.ca/engaging-students-in-open-education/
Green, A. G. 2015. Geospatial Technology and Geographic Information Science for Peacebuilding. Invited talk at the University of the Fraser Valley: Abbotsford, BC.
Green, A. G., C. Lalonde, B. Rühling. 2015. Booksprints as a Method for Writing Open Textbooks. Open Education Conference 2015. BCcampus: Vancouver, BC.
Green, A. G., D.Turner, and L. Brown. 2015. Where in the World is Flexible Learning? An examination of the spaces and places of learning. Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning Practice. BCcampus: Vancouver, BC.
Brown, L., A. G. Green, and D. Turner. 2015. “Flexible” field trips: exploring best practices in emerging student-led technology-assisted field trips. Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning Practice. BCcampus: Vancouver, BC.
Turner, D., A. G. Green, and L. Brown. 2015. Using Backchannel Technology to Enhance Large Lectures. Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning Practice. BCcampus: Vancouver, BC.
Green, A. G. 2015. Panel on Creating Open Textbooks through Booksprints – “You Built a Textbook in How Many Days?” Open Textbook Summit 2015. BCcampus: Vancouver, BC.
Green, A. G. 2014. The Political Ecology of the Agricultural Land Reserve. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Food Studies Annual Conference 2014. CAFS: Brock University, Ontario.
Green, A. G. 2014. The Agricultural Land Reserve as a Propertied Landscape. Paper presented at the Association for Law, Property and Society Fifth Annual Meeting 2014. ALPS: Vancouver, BC.
Green, A. G. 2013. Invited chair. Food Praxis: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Linking Theory and Practice. Canadian Association of Food Studies Annual Conference 2013. CAFS: Victoria.
Green, A. G. 2013. Proving Ground: The Evidence Landscapes of East Timor. Paper presented at the Natural Resource Management and Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Settings Session of the AAG Annual Conference. AAG: Los Angeles, California.
Congram, D., H. Tuller and A. G. Green. 2013. Spatial analysis and modeling of missing person burial locations in multiple armed conflict contexts. Paper presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. AAFS: Washington D.C.
Green, A. G. 2012. Cartography and Spatial Statistics for Forensic Research. Invited lecture for Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command. Honolulu, Hawai’i.
Green, A. G. 2012. Lessons Learned for Post-Conflict Land Management. Rio+20 SD Learning Event: Sustainable Management of Natural Resources to Support Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. UNCSD: Brazil.
Congram, D. and A. G. Green. 2012. Space and Place in Forensic Anthropology. Presented at the AAG Annual Conference. AAG: NY, NY.
Green, A. G. 2010. Social Identity, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Collective Action, Property Rights, and Conflict in Natural Resources Management. CAPRi: Siem Reap, Cambodia. http://goo.gl/DkFIhW
Green, A. G. 2010. Bundling Carbon: Property Rights and REDD. Paper presented at the Canadian Law and Society Association Annual Conference. CLSA: Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G. 2010. Displacing Legal Pluralism. Paper presented in the Legal Geography Session at the AAG Annual Conference. AAG: Washington, D.C.
Green, A. G. 2010. Owning Disaster: Rescaling property in Aceh. SEAGASE: Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G. 2009. Land tenure and carbon sequestration in Africa. Paper presented at Forest Tenure, Governance and Enterprise. IUCN: Yaoundé, Cameroon. http://goo.gl/VJsO3e
Green, A. G. 2009. Social Identity, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding. Paper presented at the International Colloquium on Post-Conflict Natural Resource Management. ELI/McGill: McGill University, Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G. 2009. An overview of Post-Conflict Natural Resource Management: What do we know? Chair of Session on Examining Post-Conflict NRM Session at AAG Annual Conference. AAG: Las Vegas.
Green, A. G. 2009. Frontier, Survey, and Grid: Applying Geographic Theory to Land Titling. University of Western Ontario: London, Canada.
Green, A. G. 2009. Agroforestry in SE Asia. McGill University: Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G. 2008. Land Title Questions in Aceh. Paper presented in the “Critical Geographies of Participatory Development in Transitional ‘Post’-Conflict Environments Session” at the AAG Annual Conference. AAG: Boston.
Green, A. G. 2007. Linking Complex Systems: Cotton Production in Sub-Saharan Africa. AAG Annual Conference. AAG: San Francisco.
Green, A. G. 2007. What is a Natural Disaster? A Case Study of Indonesia. McGill University: Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G. 2006. Territory and Territoriality in Conflict: Aceh and Sierra Leone. The Research Group in International Security Invited lecture series. Université de Montréal: Montréal, Québec.
Green, A. G., Tiayon, F., and D. Anye Ndeh. 2004. Involving African Pastoralists in Conservation Area Management: The Case of the Gashaka Gumti-Tchabal Mbabo Transboundary Conservation Project. Working Forests in the Tropics. University of Florida: Gainesville, Florida.