School of International Development, University of East Anglia, June
- 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 Rachel’s paper for the British Ecological Society on the comparative performance of land sharing and land sparing interventions on place-based human well-being.
- Rachel Carmenta and colleagues have written an article in Biological Conservation titled, “Connected Conservation: Rethinking conservation for a telecoupled world”.
- Nitya Rao has written a sub-section on Water as a gendered human right in this Viewpoint in the inaugural issue of 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”.
- Maren Duvendack has co-authored a paper in The European Journal of Development Research titled, “Gender Inclusivity of India’s Digital Financial Revolution for Attainment of SDGs: Macro Achievements and the Micro Experiences of Targeted Initiatives”.
- 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?
- Martin Scott has co-authored an open-access book for Routledge titled “Humanitarian Journalists: Covering Crises from a Boundary Zone”.
- Ludek Stavinoha has co-authored a piece published in Al Jazeera and Solomon, titled “EU details violations at Greece’s ‘model’ refugee camps”.
Other research news
- Ben Jones has written a research article in American Ethnologist titled, “Education as identity The scaffolding of “being educated” in eastern Uganda”
- 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”
- Kavita Ramakrishnan has co-authored an article in Dialogues in Human Geography titled, “Mapping affective infrastructures otherwise”