Publications

Selected peer reviewed publications

Sbicca, Joshua, India Luxton, James Hale, and Kassandra Roeser. 2019. “Collaborative Concession in Food Movement Networks: The Uneven Relations of Resource Mobilization.” Sustainability. 11(10): 2881. Access article.

Shisler, Rebecca and Joshua Sbicca. 2019. “Agriculture as Carework: The Contradictions of Performing Femininity in a Male-Dominated Occupation.” Society and Natural Resources. 32(8): 875-892.

Sbicca, Joshua. 2019. “Urban Agriculture, Revalorization, and Green Gentrification in Denver, Colorado.” Research in Political Sociology. 26: 143-164

Sbicca, Joshua and Justin Sean Myers. 2017. “Food Justice Racial Projects: Fighting Racial Neoliberalism from the Bay to the Big Apple.” Environmental Sociology. 3(1): 30-41. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2016. “These Bars Can’t Hold Us Back: Plowing Incarcerated Geographies with Restorative Food Justice.” Antipode. 48(5): 1359-1379. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2015. “Farming while confronting the other: The production and maintenance of boundaries in the borderlands.” Journal of Rural Studies. 39: 1-10. Access article

Myers, Justin Sean and Joshua Sbicca. 2015. “Bridging good food and good jobs: From secession to confrontation within alternative food movement politics.” Geoforum. 61: 17-26. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2015. “Food Labor, Economic Inequality and the Imperfect Politics of Process in the Alternative Food Movement.” Agriculture and Human Values. 32(4): 675-687. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2014. “The Need to Feed: Urban Metabolic Struggles of Actually Existing Radical Projects.” Critical Sociology. (40)6: 817-834. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua and Robert Todd Perdue. 2014. “Protest through Presence: Spatial Citizenship and Identity Formation in Contestations of Neoliberal Crises.” Social Movement Studies. 13(3): 309-327. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2012. “Growing food justice by planting an anti-oppression foundation: opportunities and obstacles for a budding social movement.” Agriculture and Human Values. 29(4): 455-466. Access article

Sbicca, Joshua. 2012. “Eco-queer movement(s): Challenging heteronormative space through (re)imagining nature and food.” European Journal of Ecopsychology. 3: 33-52. Access article

 

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