Other team member publications

P. Vandergeest, M. Marschke. 2022. Seafarers in fishing: Facing persistent challenges throughout the pandemic. Transforming Society. Published online 18 February 2022.

P. Vandergeest, M. Marschke, P. Duker. 2021. Migrant Segregation Doesn’t work: COVID-19 lessons from Southeast AsiaThe Conversation (February 2021)

Marschke, M., M. Andrachuk, P. Vandergeest, and C. McGovern. 2020. Assessing the role of information and communication technologies in responding to ‘slavery scandals’. Maritime Studies. Published online on 22 October 2020.

Vandergeest, P. and M. Marschke.  2020. Modern slavery and freedom: Exploring contradictions through labour scandals in the Thai fisheries. Antipode 52(1): 291–315.

Belton, B., M. Marschke, and P. Vandergeest. 2019. Fisheries development, labour and working conditions on Myanmar’s marine resource frontierJournal of Rural Studies 69: 204–13.

Havice, E. 2018. Unsettled sovereignty and the sea: Mobilities and more-than-territorial configurations of state power. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108(5): 1280–97.

Havice, E. and A. Zalik. 2018. Ocean frontiers: epistemologies, jurisdictions,  commodificationsInternational Social Science Journal 68(229–230) : 219–35.

Marschke, M., C. Kehoe, and P. Vandergeest. 2018. Migrant worker experiences in Atlantic Canadian fish processing plants. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62(4): 482–93.

Tran, O., M. Marschke, and Issara Institute. 2017. From Trafficking to Post Rescue: Insights from Burmese Fishers on Coercion and Deception in (Anti) Trafficking Processes. Bangkok: Issara Institute.

Marschke, M. and P. Vandergeest. 2016. Slavery scandals: Unpacking labour challenges and policy responses within the off-shore fisheries sector. Marine Policy 68: 39–46.