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2021   Reisman, E. and L. Macaulay. “Which Farms Drill During Drought? The Influence of Farm Size and Crop Type.” International Journal of Water Resources Development

2020    Reisman, E. and M. Fairbairn. “Agri-Food Systems and the Anthropocene.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers. Online.

2020     Reisman, E. “Superfood as Spatial Fix: The Ascent of the Almond.” Agriculture & Human Values, 37:337-351.

2019    Reisman, E. “The Great Almond Debate: A Subtle Double Movement in California Water.” Geoforum, 104 (August): 137–46.

2017    Reisman, E. “Troubling Tradition, Community, and Self-Reliance: Reframing Expectations for Village Seed Banks.” World Development, Vol 98: 160-168.


2020     Reisman, E.  “‘Next Year, Together’: A ritual meal amidst Covid-19 magnifies the politics of place.” Canadian Food Studies / La Revue Canadienne Des études Sur L’alimentation, 7(1): 5-7.

2020     Reisman, E. “From Seasonal Specialty to Superfood: Almonds, Overproduction, and the Semiotics of the Spatial Fix.” In: McDonell E., Wilk R. (eds) Critical Superfood Studies. Bloomsbury Press.

2018   Kelley L.C. KR Clifford, E Reisman, D Lea, M Matsler, Alex Liebman, Melanie Malone. “Charting a Critical Physical Geography Path in Graduate School: Sites of Student Agency.” In: Lave R., Biermann C., Lane S. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Physical Geography. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

2016   Reisman, E. “Lentil Underground,” [book review of Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America by Liz Carlisle] Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice. Vol 8(3):376-379.


—-   Reisman, E. “Plants, Pathogens and the Politics of Care: Xylella fastidiosa and the intra-active breakdown of Mallorca’s almond ecology” (Under Review)


2011   Reisman, E. “La Forêt Parle: une collection des histoires de la Foret Classée d’Assimé au Togo pour la preservation culturelle et la conservation écologique” (The Forest Speaks : a collection of histories of the Classified Forest of Assimé in Togo for cultural preservation and ecological conservation) Artisanal publishing: Lomé, Togo.

2010   E. Reisman, M. Selch, and A. Ramel. “The Community Energy Challenge: A Place-based Approach to Changing the Market for Energy Efficiency” Conference Proceedings of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.

2010    E. Reisman, A. Ramel, and M. Selch. “The Community Energy Challenge: Bringing Energy Conservation to Local Independent Businesses” Conference Proceedings of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.

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