Marcone teaches courses on the theories informing the environmental humanities; and on the interrelationship between Latin America’s literature, film, and art, on the one hand, and environmental activism and socio-ecological resilience, on the other. His current lines of research focus on Amazonia, and on transdisciplinary research on water governance carried out at the SARAS Institute in Maldonado, Uruguay. http://saras-institute.org/
“A Gut Feeling: The Emergence of Human Microbiota Conservation in the Peruvian Amazon.” A Handbook of Medical-Environmental Humanities. Editors: Scott Slovic, Swarnalatha Rangarajan, and Vidaya Sarveswaran. London: Bloomsbury, 2022.
“A Regional PECS Node Built from Place-based Social-ecological Sustainability Research in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Co-authored with Rafael Calderón-Contreras et. al. Ecosystems and People. 18:1 (2021),1-14,DOI:10.1080/26395916.2021.2000501
Towards an Amazonian Environmental Humanities (2019). Hispanic Ecocriticism, 2019. Marcone, Jorge.