Research interests— economic anthropology, institutional analysis, land tenure, West Africa, United States
Bonanno, A.V. 2018. “Formalizing Freedom: Land Tenure Arrangements from the Perspective of Social Modes of Production.” In Living (In) Dependence: Critical Perspectives on Global Interdependence, edited by B.F. Ndi, B.H. Fishkin, and A.T. Ankumah, 99-124. Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa Research and Publishing Common Initiative Group.
Bonanno, A.V. 2018. "Assessing Local Mutual Credit as a Socioeconomic Tool for Farmers in New York State’s Hudson Valley." International Journal of Community Currency Research 22, 89-102.
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, 2020
Fulbright U.S. Student Research Award—Sierra Leone, U.S. Department of State, 2019-2020
Best Graduate Student Paper/Presentation—Bonanno, A.V. & Bonanno, A.M. 2017. "Family Farms, Family Land: National Land Policy, Customary Tenure Arrangements, and Change in Northern Sierra Leone." Paper presented at the Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies Fall 2017 Conference, Auburn University.
M.S. Environmental Policy, Bard College, 2015
B.A. Political Science, Houghton College, 2012