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William G. Moseley
William G. Moseley
DeWitt Wallace Professor of Geography, Macalester College
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A geographical perspective on poverty–environment interactions
LC Gray, WG Moseley
Geographical Journal 171 (1), 9-23, 2005
3222005
Neoliberal policy, rural livelihoods, and urban food security in West Africa: A comparative study of The Gambia, Côte d'Ivoire, and Mali
WG Moseley, J Carney, L Becker
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 107 (13), 5774-5779, 2010
2012010
The political ecology of poverty alleviation in Zimbabwe's Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE)
BI Logan, WG Moseley
Geoforum 33 (1), 1-14, 2002
1602002
This food crisis is different: COVID-19 and the fragility of the neoliberal food security order
J Clapp, WG Moseley
Journal of Peasant Studies, doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2020.1823838, 2020
1382020
Understanding the changing planet: Strategic directions for the geographical sciences
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 2010
1352010
African evidence on the relation of poverty, time preference and the environment
WG Moseley
Ecological Economics 38 (3), 317-326, 2001
1192001
Hanging by a thread: Cotton, globalization, and poverty in Africa
WG Moseley, LC Gray
Ohio University Press, 2008
1062008
Implications of Supermarket Expansion on Urban Food Security in Cape Town, South Africa
S Peyton, W Moseley, J Battersby
African Geographical Review 34 (1), 36-54, 2015
1012015
Interrogating the technocratic (neoliberal) agenda for agricultural development and hunger alleviation in Africa
W Moseley, M Schnurr, R Bezner Kerr
African Geographical Review 34 (1), 1-7, 2015
912015
Global cotton and local environmental management: the political ecology of rich and poor small‐hold farmers in southern Mali
WG Moseley
Geographical Journal 171 (1), 36-55, 2005
842005
Keywords for environmental studies
J Adamson, WA Gleason, D Pellow
NYU Press, 2016
612016
Limits of the New Green Revolution for Africa: Reconceptualising gendered agricultural value chains
H Gengenbach, RA Schurman, TJ Bassett, WA Munro, WG Moseley
The Geographical Journal 184 (2), 208-214, 2018
512018
Fair trade wine: South Africa's post-apartheid vineyards and the global economy
WG Moseley
Globalizations 5 (2), 291-304, 2008
512008
Collaborating in the field, working for change: Reflecting on partnerships between academics, development organizations and rural communities in Africa
WG Moseley
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 28 (3), 334-347, 2007
512007
An introduction to human-environment geography: Local dynamics and global processes
E Perramond, WG Moseley, HM Hapke, P Laris
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
452013
The Vulnerability and Resilience of African Food Systems, Food Security, and Nutrition in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic
WG Moseley, J Battersby
African Studies Review 63 (3), 1-13, 2020
392020
The New Green Revolution for Africa: A Political Ecology Critique
WG Moseley
The Brown Journal of World Affairs 23 (2), 177-190, 2017
362017
Conceptualizing hunger dynamics: a critical examination of two famine early warning methodologies in Zimbabwe
WG Moseley, BI Logan
Applied Geography 21 (3), 223-248, 2001
332001
Towards a new map of Africa
B Wisner, C Toulmin
Earthscan, 2012
322012
Impacts of COVID-19 on food security and nutrition: developing effective policy responses to address the hunger and malnutrition pandemic
HLPE
Policy Brief 24, 2020
312020
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