School of International Development, University of East Anglia, April
New open access book
Martin Scott has co-authored an open-access book for Routledge titled “Humanitarian Journalists: Covering Crises from a Boundary Zone”.
- Rachel Carmenta and colleagues have written an article in Science titled, “The drivers and impacts of Amazon forest degradation”.
- Rachel Carmenta and colleagues have written for the British Ecological Society on the comparative performance of land sharing and land sparing interventions on place-based human well-being.
- Nitya Rao has written a sub-section on Water as a gendered human right in this Viewpoint in the inaugural issue of Nature Water in Nature Water titled, “The frontiers of water and sanitation”
- Nitya Rao has co-authored a paper on the unfair distribution of profits from the aquatic food industry in Nature Food titled “Rights and representation support justice across aquatic food systems”.
- Stephanie Shankland has co-written an article about how banks are failing young and poorer entrepreneurs in The Conversation titled “Young people in poorer places are often failed by banks – here’s what needs to change”.
- Maren Duvendack and Richard Palmer-Jones have co-written a blog for the African Economic History Network on Colonial Legacies, Ethnicity and Fertility Decline in Kenya: What has Financial Inclusion got to do with it?
Jonathan Pattenden has edited a special issue in Journal of Agrarian Change and drafted an editorial titled, “Progressive politics and populism: Classes of labour and rural–urban political sociology—An introduction to the special issue” which looks at the the potential for progressive politics to take hold in rural farming communities.
Kavita Ramakrishnan has co-authored an article in Dialogues in Human Geography titled, “Mapping affective infrastructures otherwise” which looks at the uneven infrastructure impacts marginalised communities