Dr. Hannibal's academic interests include environmental sociology, economic sociology, policy formation, social networks, and complex organizations. His current areas of research include the coupled human-natural systems, the water-energy-food nexus, social network analysis, political ecology and network governance, and public policy.
- Ph.D. in Sociology, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 2015
- M.S. in Sociology, Texas A&M University at Qatar - (Doha, Qatar) 2011
- B.S. in Sociology, Brigham Young University Idaho - (Rexburg, Idaho, United States) 2008
- Greer, R. A., Hannibal, B., & Portney, K. (2020). The Role of Communication in Managing Complex Water–Energy–Food Governance Systems. Water (Switzerland). 12(4), 1183-1183.
- Daher, B., Hannibal, B., Portney, K. E., & Mohtar, R. H. (2019). Toward creating an environment of cooperation between water, energy, and food stakeholders in San Antonio. Science of The Total Environment. 651(Pt 2), 2913-2926.
- Hannibal, B., & Portney, K. (2019). Correlates of Food-Energy-Water Nexus Awareness Among the American Public. Social Science Quarterly. 100(3), 762-778.
- Kurian, M., Scott, C., Reddy, V. R., Alabaster, G., Nardocci, A., Portney, K., Boer, R., & Hannibal, B. (2019). One swallow does not make a summer: Siloes, trade-offs and synergies in the water-energy-food nexus. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 7(MAR),
- Paarlberg, L. E., Johnson, J. M., & Hannibal, B. (2019). Race and the public foundation grants marketplace: the differential effect of network status in communities of colour. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW. 1-21.
- Kurian, M., Portney, K. E., Rappold, G., Hannibal, B., & Gebrechorkos, S. H. (2018). Governance of water-energy-food nexus: A social network analysis approach to understanding agency behaviour. Managing Water, Soil and Waste Resources to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals: Monitoring and Implementation of Integrated Resources Management. (pp. 125-147). Springer International Publishing.