Roberta Hawkins
Roberta Hawkins
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Guelph
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For slow scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university
A Mountz, A Bonds, B Mansfield, J Loyd, J Hyndman, M Walton-Roberts, ...
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (4), 1235-1259, 2015
3202015
Gender and environment: critical tradition and new challenges
R Hawkins, D Ojeda
Environment and Planning D abstract 29 (2), 237-253, 2011
60*2011
Feminist research in online spaces
O Morrow, R Hawkins, L Kern
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (4), 526-543, 2015
472015
Lives in the Making: Power, Academia and the Everyday
R Hawkins, M Manzi, D Ojeda
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13 (2), 328-351, 2014
402014
Shopping to save lives: Gender and environment theories meet ethical consumption
R Hawkins
Geoforum, 2012
322012
A New Frontier in Development? The use of cause-related marketing by international development organisations
R Hawkins
Third World Quarterly 33 (10), 1783-1801, 2012
312012
Gender and water in Mongolia
R Hawkins, J Seager
The Professional Geographer 62 (1), 16-31, 2010
292010
A collective biography of joy in academic practice
L Kern, R Hawkins, KF Al-Hindi, P Moss
Social & Cultural Geography 15 (7), 834-851, 2014
282014
‘One Pack= One Vaccine’= one global motherhood? A feminist analysis of ethical consumption
R Hawkins
Gender, Place and Culture 18 (02), 235-253, 2011
242011
“I’m not trying to save fish, I’m trying to save dinner”: Media, celebrity and sustainable seafood as a solution to environmental limits
JJ Silver, R Hawkins
Geoforum, 2014
132014
Overcoming Barriers to Scaling Up Sustainable Alternative Food Systems: A Comparative Case Study of Two Ontario-Based Wholesale Produce Auctions
R Johnson, EDG Fraser, R Hawkins
Sustainability 8 (4), 328, 2016
112016
Shifting conceptualizations of ethical consumption: Cause-related marketing in India and the USA
R Hawkins
Geoforum 67, 172-182, 2015
102015
Breaking the silence: A feminist call to action
K Parizeau, L Shillington, R Hawkins, F Sultana, A Mountz, B Mullings, ...
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (2), 192-204, 2016
92016
From selfie to# sealfie: Nature 2.0 and the digital cultural politics of an internationally contested resource
R Hawkins, JJ Silver
Geoforum 79, 114-123, 2017
82017
Is it really easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of industrial meat?
J Emel, R Hawkins
Human Geography 3 (2), 35-48, 2010
62010
Paradoxes of ethically branded bottled water: constituting the solution to the world water crisis
R Hawkins, J Emel
Cultural Geographies, 1474474014530961, 2014
52014
Practicing Collective Biography
R Hawkins, K Falconer Al‐Hindi, P Moss, L Kern
Geography Compass 10 (4), 165-178, 2016
42016
The responsibilization of “development consumers” through cause-related marketing campaigns
A Kipp, R Hawkins
Consumption Markets & Culture, 1-16, 2018
22018
Gender and Water Resources Management in Mongolia
R Hawkins
Faculty of, 2007
22007
13 Inhabiting research, accessing intimacy, becoming collective
KF AlHindi, P Moss, L Kern, R Hawkins
Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography, 134, 2017
12017
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