Friday, 23 October 2015

Ocean and Coastal Management article

An article that I co-authored with Margherita Pieraccini at Bristol Law School was just published in Ocean and Coastal Management. It's open access, so you can read it for free over at the Science Direct website.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Journal of Cultural Economy article

An article I wrote about the theory of economic performativity was just published in the Journal of Cultural Economy. It's one of my favourite journals, so I'm pretty happy about it!

Monday, 5 October 2015

Environmental Politics article

An article I co-authored with Margherita Pieraccini was just published in Environmental Politics. You can read it here.

You'll notice my affiliation is now the University of Western England - I was recently made an honurary fellow there, where I am working with the very good Dr. Tom Appleby.

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Vice article

I recently wrote an article on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) for Vice. You can read it here.

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

New Statesman article

Photo from the New Statesman
I wrote an article about my DPhil research for the New Statesman. Head over to their website if you fancy a read. The witty photo caption wasn't my work sadly!

Friday, 26 June 2015

The fisherly imagination

A paper I wrote with Tom Thornton about how geography should engage more with marine management has just been published in Geoforum.

If you don't have institutional access to academic journals, you can get the paper for free by following this link before the 15th August, 2015.

Saturday, 16 May 2015

Incredible Edible

I'm currently doing some volunteering for Incredible Edible Todmorden. It's a fantastic organisation, so I wanted to share a little bit about it here.

Incredible Edible aims to make Todmorden more self sufficient and environmentally friendly by growing food in all available public spaces. The food is free for anyone to take and share. Salads are grown at the train station, there's a medicinal herb garden outside of the doctors, and local volunteers care for a variety of ad hoc veg beds. 

On top of this, Incredible Edible also runs projects teaching young people horticultural skills, and campaigns for local food. On the 26th June, the group will be hosting a national conference looking at ways in which planning policy can better integrate community food growing and sustainable urban agriculture. Tickets are only £15 and anyone is welcome.

You can read more about Incredible Edible on their website, or in Pam Warhurst and Joanna Dobson's recent (and highly recommended) book about the project Incredible: plant veg, grow a revolution.

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

DPhil finished

There hasn't been a post on here for a while. This isn't because nothing has been happening, but rather that too much has been happening: I handed in my PhD thesis back in October, and passed my viva in January.

I have a few papers from the PhD under review at the moment and will share them as soon as they are published!