In Press 2023
Gibbs, H., Hagerman, B., Hodson, E., Iqbal, S., Klassen, C., Kuron, L., Marshman, J., Mehta, B., and White, M. “You Can't Engage in Decolonizing Work Alone”: The Value, Challenges, and Tensions Around Building a Contract Teaching Faculty Community to Disrupt Colonialism. In K. N. Rainville, D. G. Title, and C. G. Desrochers (Eds.), Faculty Learning Communities Working Towards a More Equitable, Just, and Anti-Racist Future in Higher Education. Information Age Publishers.
2023 Marshman, Jennifer. (2023). [Review of the book In the shadow of the palms: more-than-human becomings in West Papua.]. Global Media Journal -- Canadian Edition, 14(2), 72-.75.
2023 Marshman, J. The Bee City Movement. In P. Gadhoke, B. Brenton & S. H. Katz (Eds.), Transformations of Global Food Systems for Climate Change Resilience Addressing Food Security, Nutrition, and Health (pp. 247-262). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003014942
2023 Manning, P. and Marshman, J. Conserving insect biodiversity in agroecosystems underpins sustainable diets. In K. Kevany and P. Prosperi (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Diets. Routledge.
2023 Marshman, J. and Willis-Chan, D. S. Pollinators, People, and the Planet. In N. Habashy, M. Foster, P. Esker & D. Behring (Eds.), Everyone Needs to Eat: Introduction to Food Security and Global Agriculture (Chapter 8). Penn State Pressbooks.
2022 Marshman, J. and Willis-Chan, D. S. The Movement of Pollen: Pollinators, People, and the Planet. In D. Szanto, A. Battista, and I. Knezevic (Eds.), Food Studies: Matter, Movement & Meaning. Rebus Press.
2022 Willis-Chan, D. S. and Marshman, J. A Socio-Ecology of Pollination: A Case Study. In D. Szanto, A. Battista, and I. Knezevic (Eds.), Food Studies: Matter, Movement & Meaning. Rebus Press.
2021 Marshman, J. & Knezevic, I. What’s in a name? Challenging the commodification of pollination through the diverse economies of 'Bee Cities'. Journal of Political Ecology, 28(1), 124-145. https://doi.org/10.2458/jpe.2307
2021 Wilson, A., M. Bessey, J. Brady, M. Classens, K. Lee, C.Z. Levkoe, J. Marshman, T. Martens, S.L. Ruder, P. Stephens, and T. Soma. Reflections on the roles and responsibilities of food studies in Canada, Indigenous territories, and beyond 2020-21. https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v8i3.520
2019 Marshman, J., Blay-Palmer, A., Landman, K. Anthropocene Crisis: Climate Change, Pollinators, and Food Security. Environments, 6(22). https://doi.org/10.3390/environments6020022
2019 Marshman, J. and Scott, S. Gleaning in the 21st Century: Urban Food Recovery and Community Food Security in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Food Studies, 6(1), 100-119. https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v6i1.264
2019 Marshman, J. Communing With Bees: A Whole-of-Community Approach to Address Crisis in the Anthropocene. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2019.091.029
2016 Si, Z., Marshman, J., Berge, S., Dai, N., Soma, T., Dale, B. Landman, K., Bacher, J., Rahman, M., Levkoe, C. Review of the book Cities and Agriculture: Developing Resilient Urban Food Systems by Henk de Zeeuw and Pay Drechsel (Eds.). Canadian Food Studies, 3(2), pp 216-230. https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v3i2.177