PhD, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2015
MFA, Tufts University School of the Museum of Fine Arts, 2005
BS, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1998
Jalbert, Kirk, Anna Willow, David Casagrande, and Stephanie Paladino, eds. (2017). ExtrACTION: Impacts, Engagements, and Alternative Futures. London/New York: Routledge.
Articles and Book Chapters
Jalbert, Kirk, Sherri Wasserman, and Natalie Florence. (2023). “Scaffolding Civic Infrastructures: Civic Technoscience in Public Engagements with Oil and Gas Pipelines.” Energy Research & Social Science, 102.
Jalbert, Kirk, Katherine L. Dickinson, Jennifer Baka, and Natalie Florence. (2023). “Influence in the Right-of-Way: Assessing Landowners’ Risk Decision-Making in Negotiating Petrochemical Pipeline Easements.” The Extractive Industries and Society, 14.
Jalbert, Kirk, Sherri Wasserman, Homero Garza Navarro, and Natalie Florence (2023). “Petro-State Security Powers and Critical Infrastructure Trespass Bills: Reinforcing State Imaginaries of Environmental Extremism in Anti-Pipeline Advocacy Movements.” Environmental Justice, 16(1): 43-53.
Cutler, Matthew, Kirk Jalbert, Katherine Ball, Noa Bruhis, and Teal Guetschow (2022). “Fisheries co-management in a digital age? An investigation of social media communications on the development of electronic monitoring for the Northeast U.S. groundfish fishery.” Ecology and Society, 27(3):13.
Jalbert, Kirk, Katherine Ball, Noa Bruhis, Sakshi Hegde, and Lisa Test (2021). “Building Capacity for Action-Oriented Research in Arizona’s Helium Extraction Boom: A Capabilities Model for Social Learning in Engaged STS.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 7(2): 33-55.
Ball, Katherine, Kirk Jalbert, Lisa Test (2020). “Making the board: participatory game design for environmental action.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. 11(1): 12-22.
Jalbert, Kirk, Douglas Shields, Matthew Kelso, and Samantha Rubright. (2019). “The Power to Plan: Mineral Rights Leasing, Data Justice, and Proactive Zoning in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.” Special Issue, Intersectional Environmental Justice. Environmental Sociology, 5(2): 164-176.
Jacquet, Jeffrey, Anne Junod, Brian Rahm, David Kay, Dylan Bugden, Grace Wildermuth, James Ladlee, Joshua Fershee, Joshua Fergen, Kai Schafft, Kathryn Brasier, Kirk Jalbert, Leland L. Glenna, Paige Hagley, Richard Stedman, and Timothy W. Kelsey. (2018). "A decade of Marcellus Shale: impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United States,” The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(4): 596-609.
Jalbert, Kirk, Samantha Malone Rubright, and Karen Edelstein. (2017). "The Civic Informatics of FracTracker Alliance: Working with Communities to Understand the Unconventional Oil and Gas Industry,” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 3: 528-559.
Brasier, Kathy, Kirk Jalbert, Abby J. Kinchy, Colleen Unroe, and Susan Brantley. (2017). “Barriers to sharing water quality data: experiences from the Shale Network,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 60(12): 2103-2121.
Jalbert, Kirk. (2016). “Building Knowledge Infrastructures for Empowerment: A Study of Grassroots Water Monitoring Networks in the Marcellus Shale,” Science & Technology Studies, 29(2): 26-43.
Jalbert, Kirk, and Abby J. Kinchy. (2016). “Sense and Influence: Environmental Monitoring Tools and the Power of Citizen Science,” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 18(3): 379-397.
Kinchy, Abby J., Sarah Parks, and Kirk Jalbert. (2016). “Fractured Knowledge: Mapping the Gaps in Public and Private Water Monitoring Efforts in Areas Affected by Shale Gas Development,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 34(5): 879-899.
Malone, Samantha, Matthew Kelso, Ted Auch, Karen Edelstein, Kyle Ferrar, and Kirk Jalbert. (2015). “Data Inconsistencies from States with Unconventional Oil and Gas Activity,” Journal of Environment Science and Health, Part A: Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering, 50(5): 501-510.
Kinchy, Abby J., Kirk Jalbert, and Jessica Lyons. (2014). “What is Volunteer Water Monitoring Good For? Fracking and the Plural Logics of Participatory Science,” Political Power and Social Theory, 27: 259-289.
Jalbert, Kirk, Abby J. Kinchy, and Simona Perry. (2014). “Civil Society Research and Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development: Results of a Survey of Volunteer Water Monitoring Organizations,” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 4(1): 78-86.
Wylie, Sara, Kirk Jalbert, Shannon Dosemagen, and Matt Ratto. (2014). “Institutions for Civic Technoscience: How Critical Making is Transforming Environmental Research,” The Information Society, 30(2): 116-126.
Ratto, Matt, Sara Wylie, and Kirk Jalbert. (2014). “Introduction to the Special Forum on Critical Making as Research Program,” The Information Society, 30(2): 85-95.