Scholarship on human-microbial relationships
Ingram M. 2011. “Fermentation, Rot, and Other Human-Microbial Performances.” In Political Ecologies of Knowledge, M. Turner, M. Goldman and P. Nadadsy, eds. University of Chicago Press. Pp: 99-112.
Ingram, M. 2010. “Keeping Up with the E. coli: Considering Human-Nonhuman Relationships in Natural Resources Policy.” Natural Resources Law Journal. Fall, Vol. 51.
Ingram, M., S. Glass, M. Wegener, M. Farrior and B. Herrick. 2008. “The Worm, the Plant and the People: Invasive Networks and Creative Restoration at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum.” Illustrated Paper prepared for the American Association of Geographers meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Ingram M. 2007. “Disciplining Microbes in the Implementation of U.S. Federal Organic Standards.” Environment and Planning A 39 (12): 2966-2882.
Ingram M. 2007. “Biology and Beyond: The science of back-to-nature farming in the U.S.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(2): 298-312.