A number of theses authored by Environmental Studies students are available on the Williams College Library’s theses webpage.
- “Keeping it Local: Farm Viability in Berkshire and Bennington Counties,”
By Rooney Charest, Advisors: Sarah Gardner, Hank Art
- “Residential Solar Thermal Energy in Williamstown, Massachusetts”
by JJ Augenbraun, Advisors: David Dethier, Jay Thoman
- Exploring the interrelationships between farmers and their watershed: a case study on human ecology from Río La Paz, Costa Rica. Author: Avalon Lee Gulley; Sarah Gardner and Wendi Haugh, advisors.
- “The Lion And The Lamb: The Struggle Between Conservation and Pastoralism in Tanzania.” Author: Nora Morse; Sarah Gardner and Doug Gollin, advisors.
- “Reclaiming Home: Comparing Coalfields Activism in Arizona and West Virginia.” Author: Julia Bannister Sendor; Cathy Johnson, advisor.
- Elites, regimes, and growth machines: the politics of parks development in Chicago and London. Author: Andy Stevenson; Sarah Gardner and Charles Benjamin, advisors.
- “Biogas development in the U.S.: current trends and future opportunities.” Author: Amelia Grace Bishop; Sarah Gardner, advisor.
- “Green New York: examining the vanguard of green development in New York City, assessing its potential, and making recommendations for the future.” Author: Jason Todd Davis; Sarah Gardner and Mark Reinhart, advisors.
- The Dairy Farming Paradox: The Coexistence of the Image and Reality. Author: Katherine Eleanor Stevens.
- Think Globally, Eat Locally: An Analysis of Williams College’s Food Consumption. Author: Jocelyn Bauer Gardner.
- Relocation, Renovation, and Redesign of Kellogg House: A Case Study of the Center for Environmental Studies at Williams College. Author: Laura Cavin.
- Mohawks, Model Ts, and Monuments: The Formulation of an Unlikely Regional Identity in Western Massachusetts. Author: Robert I Quay.
- A Vegetation History of Williamstown 1752-1977. Author: Kathryn A. Satterson.