Angela Cassidy: This is Angela’s first book. Her background in politics brings a new perspective to the topic of vermin and disease. The publication will not be out until Sept/Oct but Anne has pre-print material that she is happy to share.
Alexander Dobeson is a researcher at the Department of Sociology at Uppsala University, Sweden, and member of the Uppsala Lab of Economic Sociology. His research interests include economic sociology and science and technology studies with particular emphasis on the intersection of markets, property rights, technology and culture in contemporary capitalism. This is his first book. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030050863#aboutAuthors
Editors: Mark Scott, Nick Gallent, Menelaos Gkartzios
Looking across different international experiences this book aims to develop new conceptual propositions and theoretical insights, supported by detailed case studies and reviews of available data.
The Companion gives coverage to emerging topics in rural planning and seeks to position it in the broader context of global challenges: climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food and energy security, and low carbon futures. It also looks at old, established questions in new ways: at social and spatial justice, place shaping, economic development, and environmental and landscape management.
Manfred Perlik, Giulia Galera, Ingrid Machold and Andrea Membretti (eds.)
This collection of essays highlights how given Alpine territories in Austria, Italy, and Switzerland are currently facing challenges imposed by migration, the barriers and limitations they are encountering, and the extent to which migration triggers policy and territorial innovations that can generate beneficial impacts for both migrants and local inhabitants.
Lunch with Sociologia Ruralis
At the Sociologia Ruralis table, the Journal Editor, Professor Bettina Bock will be joined by Francesca Halstead from Wiley. They will be on hand to discuss the journal; editing and publishing processes; increasing impact and to answer any questions you might have about Sociologia Ruralis.