2018

Boulet, A., Kepkiewicz, L., LeBlanc, J., Mathews, S., & Whetung, J. (Nov 2018). Food on Turtle Island, past and present. Panelist at Resetting the Table: Food Secure Canada’s 10th Assembly, Canada, Montreal, QC.

Cahuas, M.C. “Latin Americans enacting citizenship: The struggle and (im)possibilities of decolonizing Hispanic Heritage Month in Toronto” under review in Environment and Planning D as of December 1, 2017

Cahuas, M.C. “Towards El Mundo Zurdo: Imagining-Creating-Living Latinx Decolonial Feminist Geographies” under review in Gender, Place and Culture as of September 28, 2018

Cahuas, M. C. (2018). Estamos Aqui, We are Here: Latinx Struggles for Social Justice in the Greater Toronto Area. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

Cahuas, M.C. (2018). Burned, broke and brilliant: Exploring Latinx community workers’ experiences across the Greater Toronto Area’s Non-Profit Sector. Antipode, DOI: 10.1111/anti.12411

Grady, D., Harrison, J., Kepkiewicz, L., Salzgeber, Z., & Soma, A. (Oct 2018). Strengthening communities through food. Panelist at the Canadian Rural and Remote Housing and Homelessness Symposium, Canada, Canmore, AB.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2018). Unsettling Food Sovereignty in Canada: Settler Roles and Responsibilities; Tensions and (Im)possibilities. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

Kepkiewicz, L., & Dale, B. (20 18). Keeping ‘our’ land: Agriculture, property, and food sovereignty in Canada. The Journal of Peasant Studies. DOI: 10.1080/03066150.2018.1439929

Kepkiewicz, L., & Rotz, S. (2018). Toward anti-colonial food policy in Canada? (Im)possibilities within the settler state. Journal of Canadian Food Studies. 5(2): 13-24.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2018, May). Food sovereignty and pedagogy in a settler state: Responsibilities, complicities, and discomfort. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Canada, Regina, SK.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2018, April). Whose local? Complicating settler understandings of food systems in Canada. Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

Rotz, S., & Kepkiewicz, L. (2018). Settler colonialism and the (im)possibilities of a national food policy. Journal of Canadian Association of Food Studies.

Walker, S. (2018). Crisis-Opportunity, Liability-Asset: Governing Vacant Land Reuse in Cleveland, Ohio (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. Retrieved from https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/89789

2017

 Armendarez, Jones, N., Cahuas, M., Kepkiewicz, L., Reynolds, K., & Nelson, S. (2017, April). Doing Critical Geography II: Challenges and Possibilities. Panellist at the American Association of Geographers, Boston, MA.

Chrobok, M. (2017, April). Managing risk through hot dogs? Sidewalk vending and the persistence of street meat in contemporary Toronto. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Chrobok, M. (2017, April). People-centred food policy: Food environments and accessibility. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Chrobok, M. (2017, April). People-centred food policy I, II, and II. Conference panels organized with Luke Craven, University of Sydney, at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Chrobok, M. (2017, July). Disrupting the food desert/oasis binary: Ethnic grocery retailers and food access in Humbermede, Toronto. Presented at the University of Toronto Graduate Speaker Series, Toronto, ON.

Chrobok, M. (2017, July). Food access as embodied experience: Some insights from my field research in Toronto. Guest lecture in Elsie Lewison’s class, GGR329: The Global Food System. Undergraduate course, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2017). Understanding food sovereignty in Canada: Settler colonialism and Indigenous-settler alliances. In A. Desmarais, P. Claeys, & A. Trauger (Eds.), Making policies for food sovereignty: Social movements and the state (pp. 164-180). New York: Routledge.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2017, May). Whose land? Whose right to land? Complicating settler understandings of land within food sovereignty movements. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Toronto, ON.

Kepkiewicz, L. & Rotz, S. (2017, April). Toward anti-colonial food policy in Canada? Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers, Boston, MA.

Linton, J. (2017, April) Whose story is it? Representing the multiple truths of immigrant counternarratives. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Boston, USA.

Linton, J., C. Mah, N. Pabani, A. Spring. (2017, May) Social Justice Approaches to Methods. Panel at CAFS Pre-Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Walker, S. (2017). "Program Speak”:  On Some Methodological Challenges of Causality and Language in Studying Urban Governance. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Walker, S. (2017). Book review: Kinder, K., DIY Detroit. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 40(5), 1064–1066.

Walker, S. (2017). Cleveland: A Radical History Bibliography. Retrieved from https://www.radicalcleveland.org/

2016

Chrobok, M. (2016, June 23). Beyond street meat? Vendor and public perspectives on expanded menus at Toronto’s hot dog cars. Presented at the Scarborough Fare ASFS/AFHVS/CAFS Annual Conference, Toronto, ON.

Chrobok, M. (2016, October). Food accessibility and the city: More than just a matter of distance. Guest lecture in Dr. Amanda Hooykaas’s class, SOC 2280: Society and the Environment. Undergraduate course, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Chrobok, M. (2016). The feminist kitchen after DeVault: Three fresh books on gender and food reviewed. Antipode. Retrieved from https://radicalantipode.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/book-review_chrobok-on-cairns-et-al.pdf

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, January). Guest Lecture in Dr. Martha Stiegman’s Class. Food, Land and Culture.  ENVS 5011/ENVS4011. Graduate Course, York University.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, February 5). How can CCE support Indigenous struggles for land through food? Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement Blog. Retrieved from https://carleton.ca/communityfirst/2016/3043/

Kepkiewicz, L. & Levkoe, C. (2016, March). Toward Decolonizing Community-Campus Partnerships: A Working Paper for Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement. Retrieved from https://carleton.ca/communityfirst/wp-content/uploads/Decolonizing-CCE-Working-Paper_March-2016.pdf

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, May 20). Food Sovereignty in the Canadian colonial state: Tensions, strategies, and (im)possibilities in Indigenous-settler alliances. Presented at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Honolulu, HI.

Kepkiewicz, L., Chrobok, M., Linton, J., & Gill, J. (2016, June 25). Beyond inclusion: Toward an anti-racist and anti-colonial food justice praxis. Roundtable discussion facilitated at the Scarborough Fare ASFS/AFHVS/CAFS Annual Conference, Toronto, ON.

Kepkiewicz. L. & Rotz, S. (2016, August). Toward Anti-Colonial Food Policy in Canada? A Reflection on the People’s Food Policy Project. Food, Equity, and Activism Study Team. Retrieved from https://feast-uoft.org/2016/08/15/toward-anti-colonial-food-policy-in-canada-a-reflection-on-the-peoples-food-policy-project/

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, August).  Understanding Food Sovereignty in Canada: Settler Colonialism and Indigenous-Settler Alliances. Presented at XIV World Congress of Rural Sociology, Toronto, ON.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, September 1). Food is Political! What does food sovereignty mean in Canada? In Canmore?  Canmore Community Garden Talk. Canmore, AB.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2016, October). Decolonizing food movements: Building community-academic relationships? Paper presented at the Food Secure Canada Assembly, Toronto, ON.

Linton, J. (2016, June 25).   The Agrarian Question and the Political Ecology of Food. Presented  at Scarborough Fare ASFS/AFHVS/CAFS Annual Conference, Toronto, ON.

Rosenman, E., & Walker, S. (2016, February 3). The practice of demolishing abandoned houses in Cleveland, Ohio is limited in its capacity to address underlying causes of housing injustice. London School of Economics United States Politics and Policy Blog.

Walker, S. (2016, January 8). Looking for food, but finding much more. Food, Equity, and Activism Study Team Blog. Retrieved from http://feast-uoft.org/2016/01/08/looking-for-food-but-finding-much-more/

Walker, S. (2016, March 31). Re-imagining Cleveland: Exploring the tensions between decommodification and market intervention in vacant land reuse. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Walker, S. (2016, April 8). Sam’s tips for graduate students at the AAG. Food, Equity, and Activism Study Team. Retrieved from https://feast-uoft.org/2016/04/08/sams-tips-for-graduate-students-at-the-aag/

Walker, S. (2016, April 8). Sam’s AAG 2016 Roundup. Food, Equity, and Activism Study Team. Retrieved from https://feast-uoft.org/2016/04/08/sams-aag-2016-roundup/

Walker, S. (2016, April). Re-imagining Cleveland: exploring the tensions between decommodification and market intervention in vacant land reuse. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

2015

Chrobok, M. (2015, February). There’s more to it than distance: The meaning of ‘food access’ in spaces of retail and consumer diversity. Guest lecture in Dr. Amanda Hooykaas’s class, GEOG101: Introduction to Human Geography. Undergraduate course, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.

Chrobok, M. (2015, April). Beyond street meat? Presented to the Toronto Food Strategy, Toronto Public Health, Toronto, ON.

Chrobok, M. (2015, April 24). Disrupting the food desert/oasis binary: Ethnic grocery retailers and food access in Humbermede, Toronto. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Chrobok, M., Tabor, G., & Zhang, S. (2015). Beyond street meat? Vendor and public perspectives on expanded menus at Toronto’s hot dog carts. Report prepared for the Toronto Food Strategy, Toronto Public Health, City of Toronto. 69 pp.

Dale, B. & Kepkiewicz, L. (2015, May). Keeping ‘our’ Land: Agriculture, Property and Food Sovereignty in Canada. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Ottawa, ON.

Ekers, M., Levkoe, C. Z., Walker, S., & Dale, B. (2015). Will work for food: Agricultural interns, apprentices, volunteers, and the agrarian question. Agriculture and Human Values, 1–16. See pre-review version here.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2015, January 4). More Celebration, Less Self-Congratulation. Food, Equity, and Activism Study Team Blog. Retrieved from: https://feast-uoft.org/2016/01/04/more-celebration-less-self-congratulation/

Kepkiewicz, L. (2015, April). Who’s right to produce food? Unsettling settler food activists’ claims to land and food systems in south-western Ontario. Presented at IX Seminario Internacional de Estudios Canadienses Canadá: Sociedad e Identidad en la Diversidad, Guadalajara, Cuba.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2015, April). Indigenous-settler solidarity in Canadian Food Activism: Lessons for Settler Food Activists. Paper presented at American Association of Geographers, Chicago, United States.

Kepkiewicz, L. (2015, November). Walking the Line between Academia and Community: Working and Researching on Turtle Island. Presented at the Erasmus Mundus Alumni Convention, Leipzig, Germany.

Kepkiewicz. L. (2015). Pedagogy Lost? Possibilities for Adult Learning and Solidarity in Food Activism. Studies in the Education of Adults. 47(2).

Kepkiewicz, L., Chrobok, M., Whetung, M., Cahuas, M., Gill, J., Walker, S., & Wakefield, S. (2015). Beyond Inclusion: Toward an Anti-colonial Food Justice Praxis. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 5(4), 99–104.

Rosenman, E., & Walker, S. (2015, October 26). “Tearing Down the City to Save It?” Authors Respond. Cleveland Scene.

Rosenman, E., & Walker, S. (2015). Tearing down the city to save it? “Back-door regionalism” and the demolition consensus in Cleveland, Ohio. Presented at the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC.

Rosenman, E., & Walker, S. (2015). Tearing down the city to save it? “Back-door regionalism” and the demolition coalition in Cleveland, Ohio. Environment and Planning A, 48(2): 273-291. See summary here.

Walker, S. (2015, April 21). The urban normative as hegemonic discourse: a thought experiment in urban agriculture. Presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Walker, S. (2015). Urban agriculture and the sustainability fix in Vancouver and Detroit. Urban Geography, 39(2): 163-182.