Kevin Allen Simonin

Research in the Simonin lab embraces the idea that understanding plant physiological controls over carbon, water and nutrient transport between soils, plants and the atmosphere are of critical importance for understanding how natural and human reconfigured ecosystems respond to a changing climate.

Research and publications

Educating the Faithful      Enseignement au temps des congrégations                        

Sound and Social Justice Commons


The Sound and Social Justice Commons (SSJC)

College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University



Honors and Awards

San Francisco State University Sabbatical Award, Research Leave, Spring 2014.

In Light of Another's Word selected for subvention by Mellow Modern Language Initiative, 2012.

San Francisco State University Presidential Award, Research Leave, 2007-2008.

San Francisco State University Vice-President´s Award, Spring 2007.

San Francisco State University Affirmative Action Award, Spring 2006.


Invited Presentations

Invited Lecturer and Round-Table Participant, University of Madison-Wisconsin Center for the Humanities’ Mellon Workshop Series, “Imagines Mundi: the Global Middle Ages,” Madison, Wisconsin, 2015.

Invited Lecture and Round-table Participant, University of Pittsburgh Faculty Research Group on “Globalisms,” Pittsburgh, PA, 2015.



In Light of Another´s Word: European Ethnography in the Middle Ages, Philadelphia, PA: The University of Pennsylvania Press (The Middle Ages Series), 2014. Reviewed in TMR.



Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Nanus, L., Campbell, D.H., Lehmann, C.M.B., Mast, M.A., 2018. Spatial and Temporal Variation in Sources of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition in the Rocky Mountains using Nitrogen Isotopes, Atmospheric Environment 176, 110-119, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2017.12.023.



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