- Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 2008
- M.C.P., MIT, 1997
Lave, R. and M. Malone. (Accepted). “Doing Engaged Scholarship: Why Methods Matter.” In Key Methods in Geography, edited by N. Clifford and M. Cope. London: Sage.
Lave, R. and M. Doyle. 2021. Streams of Revenue: The Restoration Economy and the Ecosystems it Creates. MIT Press.
Biermann, C., L. Kelley, and R. Lave. 2021. "Putting the Anthropocene into Practice: Methodological Implications." Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111 (2):808-818.
Lave, R., C. Biermann, and S. Lane, eds. 2018. Handbook of Critical Physical Geography. London: Palgrave.
Lave, R. 2017. "Getting back to our roots: Integrating critical physical and social science in the early work of Michael Watts." In Other Geographies: The Influences of Michael Watts, edited by S. Chari, S. Freidberg, V. Gidwani, J. Ribot and W. Wolford, 43-54. Oxford: Wiley.
Lave, R. 2015. "Reassembling the structural: Political ecology and Actor-Network Theory." In Handbook of Political Ecology, edited by T. Perrault, J. McCarthy and G. Bridge, 213-223. New York: Routledge.
Doyle, M., Jai Singh, R. Lave, and M. Robertson. 2015. "The morphology of streams restored for market and non-market purposes: Insights from a mixed natural-social science approach." Water Resources Research 51 (7):5603-5622. (Invited) [Winner of the 2018 AAG Geomorphology Specialty Group G.K. Gilbert Award.]
Lave, R. 2015. “The Future of Socio-Ecological Expertise.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 105(2): 244-252.
Lave, R. 2012. Fields and Streams: Stream Restoration, Neoliberalism and the Future of Environmental Science. University of Georgia Press.
Lave, R., P. Mirowski, and S. Randalls. 2010. "Introduction: STS and Neoliberal Science." Social Studies of Science 40 (5):659-675.