Publications and Presentations

Below are details of publications and presentations resulting from the GLOBAL-RURAL project and from related previous research, where you can read in more depth about some of the themes discussed in the blog and our conceptual approach. Unfortunately not all of the publications are open access – some papers require a subscription to the journal or payment to download the article – but we have provided links to free open access copies where these are available.

 

Publications from the GLOBAL-RURAL project

Woods, M. (2014) Family farming in the global countryside, Anthropological Notebooks, 20(3), 31-48. Full Paper (Open access).

Woods, M. (2015) Territorialisation and the assemblage of rural place: examples from Canada and New Zealand, in J. Dessein, E. Battaglini and L. Horlings (eds) Cultural Sustainability and Regional Development: Theories and Practices of Territorialisation. Routledge. Book details territorialisation-chapter-accepted-manuscript

Woods, M. (2016) International migration, agency and regional development in rural Europe, Documents d’Analisi Geografica, 62(3), 569-593. Full paper (Open access).

Conference and seminar presentations from the GLOBAL-RURAL project

‘Assembling Globalization and Restructuring Rural Infrastructure: China and the New Zealand Dairy Assemblage’, paper presented at the American Association of Geographers conference, Boston, April 2017. AAG presentation 2017

‘(Dis-)Assembling the Global Countryside: China and the New Zealand Dairy Assemblage’, presentation for Human Geography Research Seminar Series, Aberystwyth University, November 2016. dges-seminar-2016

‘Bottling Globalisation in Rural Localities’, paper presented at the International Rural Sociology Association (IRSA) Congress, Toronto, August 2016. toronto-irsa-post-sugar-pp-12-08-2016

‘Precarious Rural Cosmopolitanism and Everyday Spaces of Engagement’, paper presented at International Rural Sociology Association (IRSA) Congress, Toronto, August 2016. Precarious rural cosmopolitanism and everyday spaces of engagement

‘Globalization, China and the New Zealand Dairy Assemblage’, plenary paper presented to the International Farming Systems Association (IFSA) Symposium, Harper Adams University, July 2016. IFSA presentation 2016

‘Assemblage, Globalization and the State’, plenary lecture to the Warwick Political Geography Graduate Conference, Warwick University, May 2016. Warwick assemblage paper.

‘Newtown and the World: Everyday globalisation in a Powys town’, 2016 J.D.K. Lloyd Lecture to the Powysland Club, Newtown, May 2016. Newtown and the World.

‘The Rural Routes of Globalization’, keynote lecture to the Journee d’etude, ‘Les espaces ruraux periurbains au prisme du capital’, MSH Paris Nord St-Denis, May 2016. The rural routes of globalisation

‘Rural Development and Globalization’, lecture presented to the Estonian Ministry of Rural Affairs and Estonian National Rural Network, Tallinn, May 2016. Estonia presentation Woods

‘Researching Rural Change and Globalization’, presented to the SUSPLACE Training Network, Wageningen University, April 2016. Wageningen Workshop Presentation

‘(Re-)Assembling Foreign Direct Investment in an Irish Small Town’, presented to the American Association of Geographers’ Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March 2016. AAG presentation 2016.

‘Assembling the Global Countryside’, presented to the School of Environment, Auckland University, March 2016.

‘Rural Cosmpolitanism Then and Now: European Settlers and Chinese Farmers in Late Colonial Queensland’, presented to the New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, Dunedin, February 2016. NZGS Rural cosmopolitanism then and now

‘Designing a Data Management Plan: the GLOBAL-RURAL Experience’, presented to ERC Workshop on Ethics in Research: Challenges from the Social Sciences, Brussels, November 2015. Data Management Presentation Woods

‘Global Economic Restructuring and Place: Nambour in the Global Sugar Assemblage’, presented to the Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, November 2015.

‘Chinese Rural Development in Global Perspective’, presented to the Rural Reconstruction Forum, Beijing, November 2015.  Paper  Presentation

‘Global Economic Restructuring and Place: Nambour in the Global Sugar Assemblage’, presented to the Geography Seminar Series, National University of Ireland, Galway, October 2015.

‘Assemblage, Place, Power and Globalization’, presented to the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Exeter, September 2015. RGS 2015 Assemblage Paper

‘Power and Place in the Global Sugar Assemblage’, presented to the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Exeter, September 2015. RGS sugar presentation

‘Unravelling the Global Wool Assemblage’, presented to European Society for Rural Sociology Congress, Aberdeen, August 2015.

‘Rural Cosmopolitanism Then and Now? Chinese Farmers in Colonial Queensland’, presented to European Society for Rural Sociology Congress, Aberdeen, August 2015. ESRS Rural cosmopolitanism then and now

‘Exploring everyday globalization with digital and visual methods’, poster presented to workshop on Digital Technologies and Visual Research Methods, Aberdeen, August 2015. Digital and visual methods poster

‘Rethinking Rural Responses to Globalization: an Assemblage Approach’, key note paper to the IGU Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems Annual Colloquium, Lisbon, July 2015. Rethinking Rural Responses to Globalization

‘Global Economic Restructuring and Place: Nambour in the Global Sugar Assemblage’, presented to the Quadrennial UK-US-Canadian Rural Geography Conference, Wales, July 2015. Global Economic Restructuring and Place

‘Wales’s hidden global economy: uncovering the transnational networks of small town SMEs’, presented to the WISERD Annual Conference, Cardiff, July 2015.

‘Assemblage, Place, Power and Globalization’, presented to the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 2015. AAG 2015 Assemblage Power Place and Globlization

‘Exploring Everyday Globalization in a Rural Small Town: a Critical Topography of Newtown’, presentation to the Institute of Welsh Politics / WISERD Understanding Wales Seminar Series, Aberystwyth University, March 2015. Exploring Everyday Globalization in a Rural Small Town

‘Re-assembling rural place in the global countryside’, presented to the Re-imagining Rurality conference, University of Westminster, February 2015. Reimagining Rurality presentation

‘(Re-)assembling place in the global countryside’, presented to Beyond Globalization seminar, Loughborough University, January 2015. Loughborough presentation

‘(Re-)assembling rural place in agri-food globalization’, presented to the Agri-Food XXI Conference, Sydney, November 2014. Agrifood presentation Woods

‘New Food Politics in the Emergent Global Countryside’, presented to Food and Sustainability: Production, Consumption and Food Relations in Asia Conference, City University of Hong Kong, October 2014. Hong Kong New Food Politics

‘The Recession and Rural Wales’, presented as part of WISERD Seminar Series on Wales and the Recession, Cardiff University, September 2014. WISERD Recession and Rural Wales

‘Visualizing the Global Countryside’, poster presented at the Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, London, August 2014. RGS poster Aug 2014

‘Social Change and New Ruralities’, presented to the Bertebos Conference, Falkenberg, Sweden, August 2014. Social Change and New Ruralities Woods Bertebos

‘Everyday Globalization in  a Rural Small Town’, presented to the WISERD Annual Conference, Aberystwyth, July 2014 and the European Rural Geography Conference, Nantes, France, June 2014. Everyday Globalization in a Rural Small Town WISERD

‘Assembling Rural Place’, introduction to GLOBAL-RURAL project and conceptual approach, presented to Centre for Rural Research, Trondheim, Norway, January 2014 (earlier versions presented at New Ruralities Conference, Bamberg, Germany, November 2013 and at Wageningen University, December 2013). Assembling rural places

Selected publications from related previous research by members of the GLOBAL-RURAL team

Books

McDonagh, J., Nienaber, B. and Woods, M. (eds) (2015) Globalization and Europe’s Rural Regions, Ashgate (in press). Book details.

Woods, M. (2011) Rural, Routledge. Book details.

Woods M. (2005) Rural Geography: Processes, Responses and Experiences in Rural Restructuring, Sage. Book details.

Journal Articles

Woods, M. (2014) Regions engaging globalization: a typology of regional responses in Europe, Journal of Rural and Community Development, 8(3), 113-126. Full paper (open access).

Welsh, M. (2014) Resilience and responsibility: governing uncertainty in a complex world, The Geographical Journal, 180, 15-26. Full paper (subscription or paid download required).

Cheshire, L., Meurk, C. and Woods, M. (2013) Decoupling farm and place: recombinant attachments of globally-engaged family farmers, Journal of Rural Studies, 30, 64-74. Full paper (subscription or paid download required).

Cheshire, L. and Woods, M. (2013) Globally engaged farmers as transnational actors: navigating the landscape of agri-food globalization, Geoforum, 44, 232-242. Full paper (subscription or paid download required).

Woods, M. (2013) Rural development, globalization and European regional policy, Geographia Polonica, 86, 95-109. Full paper (open access).

Heley, J. and Jones, L. (2012) Relational Rurals: some thoughts on relating things and theory in rural studies Journal of Rural Studies, 28, 208-217. Full paper (subscription or paid download required).

Heley, J., Gardner, G. and Watkin, S. (2012) Brave new localities? Cultures of local economy in a Celtic fringe region, European Urban and Regional Studies, 19, 366-382. Full paper (subscription or paid download required).

Woods, M. and McDonagh, J. (2011) Rural Europe and the World: rural development and globalization, European Countryside, 3, 153-163. Full paper (open access).

Woods, M. (2011) The local politics of the global countryside: boosterism, aspirational ruralism and the contested reconstitution of Queenstown, New Zealand, Geojournal, 76, 365-381. Full paper (subscription or paid download required), Pre-publication draft (open access).

Woods M. (2007) Engaging the global countryside: globalization, hybridity and the reconstitution of rural place, Progress in Human Geography, 31, 485-507. Full paper (subscription or paid download required) or open access copy.

Book Chapters

Jones, L., Heley, J. and Watkin, S. (2015) Local cultures of the Ceredigion economy: Practices of endogenous development in rural mid Wales, in J. McDonagh, B. Nienaber and M Woods (eds) Globalization and Europe’s Rural Regions. Ashgate.  pp. 57-67 (in press). Book details.

Woods, M. (2013) ‘The elite countryside: shifting rural geographies of the transnational super-rich’, in I. Hay and S. Muller (eds) Geographies of the Super-Rich. Edward Elgar. Book details.

Woods, M. (2013) ‘Economic entanglements and the reshaping of place in the global countryside’, in Diez, J. R. and Tamasay, C. (eds) Regional Resilience, Economy and Society. Ashgate. Book details.

Woods, M. (2010) ‘Political economies of place in the emergent global countryside: stories from rural Wales’, in G. Halseth, S. Markey and D. Bruce (eds) The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies. CABI, pp 166-178. Book details.

Research Reports

Jones, L. and Lever, J. (2014) Migrant workers in Rural Wales and the South Wales Valleys, Wales Rural Observatory Report. Full Report

Woods, M. et al. (2012) Developing Europe’s Rural Regions in the Era of Globalization. Final Summary Report of the DERREG Project. Full Report

Selected presentations from related previous research by members of the GLOBAL-RURAL team

‘Grounding global challenges and the relational politics of the rural’, presented at Newcastle University, October 2013 (earlier versions presented at IGU Commission on Sustainability of Rural Systems Conference, Galway, 2011; University of Queensland, 2011; Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, 2013; RGS-IBG Annual Conference, 2013). Presentation

‘Rural resilience and the global economy: vulnerability and adaptation in a time of crisis’, findings from the DERREG project presented to the World Congress of Rural Sociology, Lisbon, July 2012. Presentation

‘International mobility, local agency and regional development in the emergent global countryside’, findings from the DERREG project presented to the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, February 2012. Presentation

 

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