United States of America
Professor Dayna Nadine Scott joined Osgoode’s faculty in 2006 after completing a SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship at McGill’s Faculty of Law and a Hauser Global Research Fellowship at NYU. She is cross-appointed with the Faculty of Environmental Studies. Professor Scott’s teaching is in environmental law and justice; risk regulation; and international environmental governance.
"Environmental Justice Gender and Environmental Health Feminist Theory of the Body Critical Sociology of Risk Trends in Regulation and Governance"
Dayna Nadine Scott, Jennie Haw & Robyn Lee, “Wannabe Toxic-Free? From Precautionary Consumption to Corporeal Citizenship” (2016) Environmental Politics 21pp.
Dayna Nadine Scott & Adrian A. Smith, “The Abstract Subject of the Climate Migrant: Displaced by the Rising Tides of Renewable Energy Economy” (2017) Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (forthcoming).