Dr. Adam Fix is an interdisciplinary environmental studies scholar who works at the intersection of the humanities and social sciences. Adam uses multiple lenses to inform an urgent question in environmental and social policy conversations: how might we work across difference to build sustainable socio-ecological communities?
Adam’s scholarship analyzes environmental and community sustainability across many different scales and landscapes. His dissertation work focused on cross-cultural alliances within Indigenous-led movements for environmental protection. He has also published on sustainable development, traditional ecological knowledge, and human-animal studies.
Before transitioning into an academic career, Adam worked as a park ranger with the National Park Service.
Learning & Teaching
- ENVS 100: Integrated Environmental Studies