Publications &

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Peer Reviewed Research

Other Publications

Textbook contributions

(In Press). 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.

(In Press). 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.

(In Press). 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.

(In Press). Marshman, J. Bee Cities: Pollinators, Climate Change, and Food Security. In P. Gadhoke, B. P. Brenton, S. Katz (Eds.), Global Transformations of Food Systems for Climate Change Resilience. CRC Press.

Other publications

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.

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.

Select Presentations

2021 Marshman, J. & Willis Chan, D. S. Making Space for Wild Pollinators: the Socio-Ecology of Pollination. More than human: interactions and relations panel presentation. 2021 RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, UK.

Marshman, J. & Knezevic, I. Challenging the Commodification of Pollination through the Diverse Economies of 'Bee Cities'. Radical Food Geographies panel presentation and discussion. 2021 ASFS-AFHVS-CAFS-SAFN Joint Virtual Conference.

2020 Marshman, J. The Bee City Movement: Shifting the Doomsday Narrative to Hope. Presentation for the Laurier-Milton Lecture Series [Recorded].

2020 Marshman, J. & Imort, M. How can Geography help us understand the COVID-19 pandemic? Presentation for the Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning [Recorded].

2019 Marshman, J., Chan, S., Wojcik, V. Conservation Praxis: Perspectives on a Healthy Future for People, Pollinators, and Planet. Panel organizer and presenter for the annual conference of the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society (AFHVS), Finding Home in the "Wilderness": Explorations in Belonging in Circumpolar Food Systems. Anchorage, Alaska, June 2019.

2019 Marshman, J. Building bridges between people and bees [workshop]. Guelph Organic Conference, Guelph, Ontario.

2019 Marshman, J. Anthropocene Crisis: Urban Bees to Bridge the Human/Nature Divide [Guest lecture]. Wilfrid Laurier University, GESC 290A, Waterloo, Ontario.

2018 Marshman, J. Power, Praxis, and Inclusionary Othering: An Urban Bee Story. Paper presented at the Place-Based Food Systems Conference, Making the Case, Making it Happen. Richmond, British Columbia.

2018 Marshman, J. Power, Praxis, and Othering: Urban Bees to Bridge the Human/Nature Divide. Invited to present at the Third International Conference of Agriculture and Food in an Urbanizing Society. Porto Alegre, Brazil. [declined]

2018 Marshman, J. Anthropocene Crisis: Urban Bees to Bridge the Human/Nature Divide. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Canadian Association for Food Studies conference, Gathering Diversities. Regina, Saskatchewan, June, 2018.

2016 Marshman, J. Gleaning in the 21st Century: Urban Food Recovery and Community Food Security in Ontario, Canada [Pecha Kucha]. Presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Association for Food Studies, Scarborough Fare: Global Foodways and Local Foods in a Transnational City, Toronto, Ontario.

Recorded Presentations

This lecture, planned for the Laurier-Milton Lecture Series, was moved into a remote format due to pandemic precautions. In this presentation I introduce the important role of bees as pollinators, and I talk about how The "Bee City" movement is engaging municipalities in pollinator conservation.

A joint lecture with Colleague Dr. Michael Imort. We draw on our expertise in human geography and in health for a ‘think global, act local’ approach to engaging with this novel virus, which will provide you with some theoretical insights into the global nature of the issue and practical takeaways to implement at home.