Sarathy, Brinda, Janet Brodie, and Vivien Hamilton. 2018. Inevitably Toxic: Historical Perspectives on Contamination, Exposure, and Expertise. Pittsburg, PA: University of Pittsburg Press.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2012. Pineros: Latino Labor and the Changing Face of Forestry. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press.
Wilmsen, Carl, William Elmendorf, Larry Fisher, Jaquelyn Ross, Brinda Sarathy, and Gail Wells, eds. 2008. Partnerships for Empowerment: Participatory Research for Community-Based Natural Resource Management. London, U.K.: Earthscan Press.

Journal Articles

Sarathy, Brinda. Forthcoming. “Logistics, Labor, and Land: The Origins of the Goods Movement Industry in the Inland Empire.” BOOM California.
D’Arcangelis, Gwen, and Brinda Sarathy. 2015. “Enacting Environmental Justice through the Undergraduate Classroom: The Transformative Potential of Community Engaged Partnerships.” Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 8(2): 97-106.
Grady Benson, Jessica and Brinda Sarathy. 2015. “Fossil Fuel Divestment in U.S. Higher Education: Student Led Organizing for Climate Justice.” Local Environment, 21(6):661-681.
Dobbin, Kristin and Brinda Sarathy. 2015. “Solving rural water exclusion: Challenges and limits to co-management in Costa Rica.” Society & Natural Resources, 28(4): 388-404.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2014. “The Bay Delta Conservation Plan in the Nutshell of California Water Policy.” Progressive Democracy Special Edition: Water Scarcity and Solutions Proceedings.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2013. “Legacies of Environmental Justice in Inland Southern California,” Race Gender & Class 20(3): 254-268.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2009. A Review of: “Li, Judith L., ed. To Harvest to Hunt: Stories of Resource Use in the American West.” Society and Natural Resources, 22(8): 785-787.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2008. “The marginalization of pineros in the Pacific Northwest,” Society and Natural Resources, 21(8):671-686.
Sarathy, Brinda, and Vanessa Casanova. 2008. “Guest workers or unauthorized immigrants? The case of forest workers in the United States,”Policy Sciences, 41(2): 95-114.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2006. “The Latinization of forest management work in southern Oregon: A case from the Rogue Valley,” Journal of Forestry, 104(7): 359-65.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2006. “The politics of race and difference in Douglas fir production: Comments on Scott Prudham’s Knock on Wood,” Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 38(5): 1081-84. [Book review]
Sarathy, Brinda. 2006. “The Fourth Circle: A political ecology of Sumatra’s rainforest frontier,” Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 26(4): 602-03. [Book review]
Sarathy, Brinda. 1997. “A Critique of Power and Discourse Between a Dominant Paradigm and Traditional Ecological Knowledge,” Latitudes: The McGill Journal of International Development Studies, 4(1).

Book chapters

Sarathy, Brinda. 2020. “From Fraud to Fighter.” In, Ivy Cargile, Denise Davis, Jennifer Merolla, and Rachel VanSickle-Ward, eds. The Hillary Effect. New York, USA: Bloomsbury Press.
Sarathy, Brinda. 2019. “An intersectional reappraisal of the environmental justice movement.” In Char Miller and Jeffrey Crane, eds. The Nature of Hope: Grass Roots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Press.
Sarathy, Brinda, and Heidi Ballard. 2008. “Inclusion and exclusion: Immigrant forest workers and participation in natural resource management.” In Carl Wilmsen, William Elmendorf, Larry Fisher, Jacquelyn Ross, Brinda Sarathy, and Gail Wells, eds., Partnerships for Empowerment: Participatory Research for Community-Based Natural Resource Management. London, U.K.: Earthscan Press.