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2019
1 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Agency, additionality, and agrarian change: contested assemblages of agricultural carbon finance in western Kenya. Rethinking Sustainable Development from Northern Uganda; 2019-04-11 - 2019-04-12
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2 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Agency, inequality, and additionality in agricultural carbon finance. Political Ecology Group Seminar Series, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge; 2019-05-07
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3 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Can wildlife pay its way? The performance and 'powers' of for-profit conservation on Kenya's conservancy frontier. International Congress on Conservation Biology (ICCB) 2019; 2019-07-21 - 2019-07-25
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4 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Conservation and Development in Uganda: Key Themes and Considerations for Future Research. Conservation and Development in Uganda Book Launch; 2019-05-08
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5 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Contours of the green economy in Kenya: emerging results from the 'Greenmentality' project. Greenmentality Research Seminar; 2019-08-27
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6 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
The 'blind empiricist': logics of inquiry, the late Foucault, and environmentality studies. Nordic Geographer's Meeting (NGM); 2019-06-17 - 2019-06-19
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7 Neimark, Ben; Childs, John; Nightingale, Andrea; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Sullivan, Sian; Benjaminsen, Tor A; Batterbury, Simon; Koot, Stasja; Harcourt, Wendy.
Speaking Power to “Post-Truth”: Critical Political Ecology and the New Authoritarianism. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 2019
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8 Weldemichel, Teklehaymanot; Benjaminsen, Tor A; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Lein, Haakon.
Conservation: beyond population growth. Science 2019 ;Volum 365.(6449) s. 133-133
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9 Weldemichel, Teklehaymanot; Benjaminsen, Tor A; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Lein, Haakon.
Conservation: Beyond population growth: response to Ogutu et al.. Science 2019
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2018
10 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Conservation and Development in Uganda: Key Messages and Directions for Future Research. Conservation and Development in Uganda Book Launch; 2018-11-26 - 2018-11-26
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11 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Contested assemblages of agricultural carbon offsets in western Kenya. SANCCSSA-CABMACC International Conference; 2018-10-16 - 2018-10-18
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12 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Critical ecosystem infrastructure? Governing the forests-water nexus in the Kenyan highlands. I: Water Justice. Cambridge University Press 2018 ISBN 9781107179080. s. 302-315
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13 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Divergent arborealizations: law, identity, and community forest properties in Kenya's Second Republic. Second Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN); 2018-06-19 - 2018-06-22
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14 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Dynamics of uneven conservation and development in Uganda. Environmental Justice-Environmental Politics International Conference; 2018-07-16 - 2018-07-18
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15 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Enclosure, dispossession, and the green economy: new contours of internal displacement in Liberia and Sierra Leone?. African Geographical Review 2018 ;Volum 37.(2) s. 120-133
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16 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Land, Natural Resources and the State in Kenya’s Second Republic. I: Africa Now! Emerging Issues and Alternative Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan 2018 ISBN 978-3-319-62442-6. s. 119-147
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17 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Political ecologies of biopower: diversity, debates, and new frontiers of inquiry. Journal of political ecology 2018 ;Volum 25.(1) s. 402-425
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18 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Sandbrook, Chris; Tumusiime, Mwesigye David.
Conservation, development, and the politics of ecological knowledge in Uganda. I: Conservation and Development in Uganda. Routledge 2018 ISBN 9781138710924. s. 249-264
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19 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Sandbrook, Chris; Tumusiime, Mwesigye David.
Dynamics of uneven conservation and development in Uganda. I: Conservation and Development in Uganda. Routledge 2018 ISBN 9781138710924. s. 3-15
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20 Fisher, Janet; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Sikor, Thomas; Mwayafu, David.
Linking notions of justice and project outcomes in carbon offset forestry projects: Insights from a comparative study in Uganda. Land Use Policy 2018 ;Volum 73. s. 259-268
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21 Himmelfarb, David; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Managing the contradictions: conservation, communitarian rhetoric, and conflict at Mount Elgon National Park. I: Conservation and Development in Uganda. Routledge 2018 ISBN 9781138710924. s. 85-103
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22 Sandbrook, Chris; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Tumusiime, Mwesigye David.
Conservation and Development in Uganda. Routledge 2018 (ISBN 9781138710924) 276 s.
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2017
23 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Anthropos into humanitas: Civilizing violence, scientific forestry, and the ‘Dorobo question’ in eastern Africa. Environment & Planning. D, Society and Space 2017 ;Volum 35.(4) s. 694-713
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24 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Mapping the state's Janus face: green economy and the 'green resource curse' in Kenya's highland forests. I: Corruption, Natural Resources and Development From Resource Curse to Political Ecology. Edward Elgar Publishing 2017 ISBN 9781785361197. s. 106-116
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25 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Tenure, labour, and class: contested assemblages of agricultural carbon offsets in western Kenya. Resilience in East African Landscapes (REAL); 2017-07-11 - 2017-07-12
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26 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Benjaminsen, Tor A.
Political ecology, variegated green economies, and the foreclosure of alternative sustainabilities. Journal of political ecology 2017 ;Volum 24. s. 200-216
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27 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Chemarum, Anthony Kibet; Vedeld, Pål Olav; Petursson, Jon Geir.
Old wine, new bottles? Investigating the differential adoption of ‘climate-smart’ agricultural practices in western Kenya. Journal of Rural Studies 2017 ;Volum 56. s. 114-123
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2016
28 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Critical ecosystem infrastructure: governing the forests-water nexus in the Kenyan highlands. Society for South African Geographers 10th Biannual conference; 2016-09-25 - 2016-09-28
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29 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Critical ecosystem infrastructure? Informal accumulation and the securitization of the forests-water nexus in Kenya's highlands. International Conference Political Ecologies of Conflict, Capitalism and Contestation (PE-3C); 2016-07-07 - 2016-07-09
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30 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Deforestation, rent capture, and REDD+ readiness in Kenya: Querying the population–extensive agriculture thesis. The trouble with defining forests: semantics, ontology, territoriality; 2016-06-21 - 2016-06-23
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31 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Differentiated dispossession: genealogies of resurgent forest cleansing in Kenya. Political Ecology Group Seminar, University of Cambridge; 2016-05-03
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32 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Differentiated dispossession: 'hunter-gatherer' responses to institutional failure in the Embobut Forest Reserve, western Kenya. Institutions and Environmental Justice: Critical Perspectives; 2016-06-13 - 2016-06-14
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33 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Differentiated dispossession: 'hunter-gatherer' responses to violent eviction from the Embobut Forest Reserve, western Kenya. School of Earth and Environment Research Seminar, University of Leeds; 2016-05-11
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34 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Nature, territory, and the afterlives of empire: genealogies of resurgent hunter-gatherer dispossession in eastern Africa. ENTITLE Undisciplined Environments Conference; 2016-03-20 - 2016-03-24
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35 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Payments for Ecosystem Services and Environmental Justice in Uganda. Cambridge Africa Programme Book Workshop; 2016-05-17 - 2016-05-18
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36 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Resilience, class, and the antifragility of capital. Resilience - International Policies, Practices and Discourses 2016 s. -
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37 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Revaluing the African landscape? Governing carbon in Western Kenya’s Agro-pastoral-forest mosaic. FRIPRO Toppforsk Greenmentality Workshop; 2016-06-15
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38 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
The Politics of Conservation and Development in Uganda. Cambridge Africa Programme Book Workshop; 2016-05-17 - 2016-05-18
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39 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Virtual nature, violent accumulation: the 'spectacular failure' of carbon offsetting at a Ugandan national park. Handelshøyskolen Research Seminar; 2016-01-13 - 2016-01-13
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40 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Chemarum, Anthony; Vedeld, Paul; Petursson, Jon Geir.
New bottles, old vinegar? Investigating the (non)adoption of 'climate smart' agricultural practices in western Kenya. Research Seminar; 2016-09-19 - 2016-09-19
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41 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Kuto, Milka Chepkorir.
Differentiated dispossession: 'hunter-gatherer' responses to violent eviction from the Embobut Forest Reserve, western Kenya. IDS/STEPS Centre Research Seminar; 2016-04-28
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42 Holmes, George; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
A review of the social impacts of neoliberal conservation: Formations, inequalities, contestations. Geoforum 2016 ;Volum 75. s. 199-209
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43 Vedeld, Pål Olav; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Petursson, Jon Geir; Nakakaawa, Charlotte; Moll, Ricarda; Sjaastad, Espen Olav.
The Political Economy of Conservation at Mount Elgon, Uganda: Between Local Deprivation, Regional Sustainability, and Global Public Goods. Conservation and Society 2016 ;Volum 14.(3) s. 183-194
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2015
44 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Civilizing violence: scientific forestry, racial science, and the "Dorobo question" in Kenya Colony. Power in Political Ecology Workshop; 2015-11-26 - 2015-11-27
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45 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Deforestation, patronage, and REDD+ readiness in Kenya: Querying the population–agricultural expansion thesis. Noragric Research Seminar; 2015-12-02 - 2015-12-02
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46 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Genealogies of Resurgent Hunter-Gatherer Dispossession in the East African Rift. Nordic Africa Institute Research Seminar; 2015-06-10
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47 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Killing to make human? Civilising violence, scientific forestry, and the Dorobo question in East Africa. STEPS Centre Resource Politics Conference; 2015-09-07 - 2015-09-09
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48 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Killing to make human? Civilizing violence, scientific forestry, and the 'Dorobo question' in Kenya Colony. IUAES Inter-Congress 2015: Reimagining Anthropological and Sociological Boundaries; 2015-07-15 - 2015-07-17
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49 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Protected area governance, carbon offset forestry, and environmental (in)justice at Mount Elgon, Uganda. UK: School of International Development, University of East Anglia 2015 62 s. DEV Reports and Policy Paper Series(13)
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50 Cavanagh, Connor Joseph.
Purifying the forest: Genealogies of hunter-gatherer dispossession in Eastern Africa. The LANDac International Conference on Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development; 2015-07-08 - 2015-07-10
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