Graduate Student Publications

Books and Refereed Journals

2017. Laura Schoenberger, Derek Hall & Peter Vandergeest. “What happened when the land grab came to Southeast Asia?”, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 44 (4): 697-725.
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2017. Laura Schoenberger. “Struggling against excuses: winning back land in Cambodia”, The Journal of Peasant Studies, 44 (4): 870-890.

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2017. Laura Schoenberger & Alice Beban. “What is academic research on the Cambodian frontier?”, Critical Asian Studies, 49 (3): 437-440.

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2017. Vanessa Lamb, Laura Schoenberger, Carl Middleton & Borin 
Un. “Gendered eviction, protest and recovery: a feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia”, The Journal of Peasant Studies, DOI: 10.1080/03066150.2017.1311868
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Peter Vandergeest (Geography) and Laura Schoenberger (Geography) edited a special issue of the Journal of Peasant Studies, “Southeast Asian Perspectives on Agrarian-Environmental Transformations.”  Reflecting concerns arising at the intersection of Southeast Asian studies and land grab studies, the papers in this collection make pertinent connections between recent studies of land grabbing and longstanding concerns of scholars of agrarian and environmental transformations (AET). Authors in this collection were asked to consider how broader AET processes may be brought more clearly into focus by decentring land grabbing. The complete special issue will be open-access for the remainder of 2017. Read more at

Francis Massé, Alan Gardiner, Rodgers Lubilo, Martha Themba. (2017) Inclusive Anti-poaching? Exploring the Potential and Challenges of Community-based Anti-Poaching. SA Crime Quarterly No. 60, June 2017

Chanco, C. (2016): Frontier polities and imaginaries: the reproduction of settler colonial space in the Southern Philippines, Settler Colonial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/2201473X.2016.1139869

Evans, D. & Norcliffe, G. (2016): Local identities in a global game: the social production of football space in Liverpool, Journal of Sport & Tourism, DOI:

Gansworth, L. & Werner, K. (Forthcoming). First Medicine: Stories of Water &  Now.  Rethinking Marxism: Special Issue on Marxism and Spirituality, 28(3).

Amar, A. K., & Teelucksingh, C. (2015). Environmental Justice, Transit Equity and the Place for Immigrants in Toronto. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 24(2): 43-63.

Massé, F. (2016) The Political Ecology of Human-Wildlife Conflict: Producing Wilderness, Insecurity, and Displacement in the Limpopo National Park. Conservation and Society 14(2): 100-111

Massé, F.,  Lunstrum, E. (2016) Accumulation by securitization: Commercial poaching, neoliberal conservation, and the creation of new wildlife frontiers.  Geoforum 69 (2016) 227–237

Bain, A and William Payne. (2016). Queer De-participation in the Co-production of Scholarly Knowledge. Qualitative Research 16 (3): 330-340.

Payne, W. (2016). Death-squads Contemplating Queers as Citizens: What Colombian Paramilitaries are Saying. Gender, Place and Culture 23(3): 328-344.

Bain, A, William Payne and Jaclyn Isen. 2015. Rendering a Neighbourhood Queer. Social and Cultural Geography 16: 424-443.

Roberts, K. (2016). It takes a rooted village: Networked resistance, connected communities, and adaptive responses to forest tenure reform in northern Thailand. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 9(1), 53-68.

Rosenberg, R (2016) The whiteness of gay urban belonging:criminalizing LGBTQ youth of color in queer spaces of care. Urban Geography, DOI 10.1080/02723638.2016.1239498

Rosenberg, R. D., Oswin, N. (2015). Trans embodiment in carceral space: Hypermasculinity and the U.S. Prison Industrial Complex. Gender, Place & Culture, 22(9), 1269-1286.

(In press) Diepart, Jean-Christophe and Laura Schoenberger. “Concessions in Cambodia: governing profits, extending state power and enclosing resources from the colonial era to the present”, pp. 157-168 in The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia, edited by Katherine Brickell and Simon Springer. London: Routledge.

Stevens, M. (2016) The collapse of social networks among Syrian refugees in urban Jordan, Contemporary Levant, 1:1, 51-63, DOI: 10.1080/20581831.2016.1153358

Youdelis, M (2016) They could take you out for coffee and call it consultation!": The Colonial Antipolitics of Indigenous Consultation in Jasper National Park. Environment and Planning A 48(7): 1374-1392



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Payne, William. 2016. There’s only one winner in the ‘war on drugs’, in Canadian Dimension 50(1): 38-39. Book review of Drug War Capitalism by Dawn Paley (AK Press, 2014).

Payne, William. 2015. Review of ‘For Institutional Ethnography: Geographical Approaches to Institutions and the Everyday,’ by Emily Billo and Alison Mountz, in IE Newsletter: Institutional Ethnography Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Vol 12(3): Pp. 2-3.

Payne, William and Paulo Ravecca. 2011. Trade and Investment-Induced Population Displacement in Latin America – Workshop Report. CERLAC Colloquia Paper Series (see:

Payne, William. 2011. Gay Activist Murdered in Mexico. Xtra (Online), June 24

Schoenberger, L. 2015. Grimsditch, Mark and Laura Schoenberger. New Actions and Existing Policies: The Implementation and Impacts of Order 01. Phnom Penh: The NGO Forum of Cambodia: (308 pages).

Wagner, Kyle. February 2016. “Photography: Hmong Village in Lao PDR”. Synergy: The Journal of Contemporary Asian Studies. University of Toronto.

Weima, Yolanda. May 2016 Gendered limits to the returnee village programme in Burundi