Nathan McClintock
Nathan McClintock
Associate Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning, Portland State University
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Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class, and Sustainability
AH Alkon, J Agyeman
MIT Press, 2011
725*2011
Why farm the city? Theorizing urban agriculture through a lens of metabolic rift
N McClintock
Cambridge journal of regions, Economy and Society 3 (2), 191-207, 2010
4472010
Radical, reformist, and garden-variety neoliberal: coming to terms with urban agriculture's contradictions
N McClintock
Local Environment 19 (2), 147-171, 2014
4312014
Intervention: Critical physical geography
R Lave, MW Wilson, ES Barron, C Biermann, MA Carey, CS Duvall, ...
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 58 (1), 1-10, 2014
1732014
From industrial garden to food desert: Demarcated devaluation in the flatlands of Oakland, California
N McClintock
Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class and Sustainability, 89-120, 2011
1592011
Assessing the potential contribution of vacant land to vegetable production and consumption in Oakland, California
N McClintock, J Cooper, S Khandeshi
Landscape and Urban Planning 111, 46-58, 2013
1502013
Uneven development of the sustainable city: Shifting capital in Portland, Oregon
E Goodling, J Green, N McClintock
Urban Geography 36 (4), 504-527, 2015
1012015
The intersection of planning, urban agriculture, and food justice: a review of the literature
M Horst, N McClintock, L Hoey
Journal of the American Planning Association 83 (3), 277-295, 2017
952017
Assessing soil lead contamination at multiple scales in Oakland, California: Implications for urban agriculture and environmental justice
N McClintock
Applied Geography 35 (1-2), 460-473, 2012
882012
Cultivating (a) sustainability capital: Urban agriculture, ecogentrification, and the uneven valorization of social reproduction
N McClintock
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (2), 579-590, 2018
732018
Socio-spatial differentiation in the Sustainable City: A mixed-methods assessment of residential gardens in metropolitan Portland, Oregon, USA
N McClintock, D Mahmoudi, M Simpson, JP Santos
Landscape and Urban Planning 148, 1-16, 2016
652016
From industrial garden to food desert: Unearthing the root structure of urban agriculture in Oakland, California
N McClintock
Institute for the Study of Social Change Working Paper, UC Berkeley, 2008
602008
A critical physical geography of urban soil contamination
N McClintock
Geoforum 65, 69-85, 2015
472015
Towards a food policy “first step” in Oakland, California: A food policy council’s efforts to promote urban agriculture zoning
N McClintock, H Wooten, AH Brown
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 2 (4), 15-42, 2012
462012
Soil fertility management and compost use in Senegal's peanut basin
NC McClintock, AM Diop
International journal of agricultural sustainability 3 (2), 79-91, 2005
392005
Cultivating the commons: An assessment of the potential for urban agriculture on Oakland’s public land
N McClintock, J Cooper
UrbanFood.org / City Slicker Farms / HOPE Collaborative / Food First, 2010
342010
Urban livestock ownership, management, and regulation in the United States: An exploratory survey and research agenda
N McClintock, E Pallana, H Wooten
Land Use Policy 38, 426-440, 2014
332014
Cultivation, Capital, and Contamination: Urban Agriculture in Oakland, California
NC McClintock
University of California, Berkeley, 2012
202012
Agroforestry and sustainable resource conservation in Haiti: A case study
NC McClintock
NCSU Agroforestry Working Paper, 2003
182003
Stacking functions: identifying motivational frames guiding urban agriculture organizations and businesses in the United States and Canada
N McClintock, M Simpson
Agriculture and Human Values 35 (1), 19-39, 2018
172018
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