Project Publications


Alonso, G., Marschke, M. Blue boats in deep waters: how aspects of IUU policy impact Vietnamese fish workers. Maritime Studies 22, 14 (2023).

Marschke, M., Vandergeest, P., Swerdfager, T., 2022. Human Rights, Forced Labour and Sustainability in Global Fisheries: A Potential Canadian Contribution to Enhancing Decent Work in Fishing. Report commissioned by Oceana Canada.

Vandergeest, P., Marschke, M. and MacDonnell, M., 2021. Seafarers in Fishing: A year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Marine Policy, p.104796.
—The Indonesian language version of this article is available upon request. Email  

Vandergeest, P. and Marschke, M., 2021. Beyond slavery scandals: Explaining working conditions among fish workers in Taiwan and Thailand. Marine Policy, 132, p.104685.

Havice, E., M. Marschke, and P. Vandergeest. 2020. Industrial seafood systems in the immobilizing COVID-19 moment. Agriculture and Human Values 37: 655–56 (Rapid Response).

Marschke, M., Vandergeest, p., Havice, E., Kadfak, A., Duker, P., Isopescu, I. and MacDonnell, M. 2020. COVID-19, instability and migrant fish workers in AsiaMaritime Studies (15 pages). Published online on 23 November 2020.

Vandergeest, P. and M. Marschke. 2020. Oceans as a working space: Commentary 5 to the Manifesto for the marine social sciencesMaritime Studies 19(2): 135–36.