Dr. Derek Johnson

Dr. Derek Johnson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology, the University of Manitoba. Derek’s primary broad area of research is the political ecology of small-scale fisheries governance. Two current areas of interest are intersections between political ecology and social wellbeing and the social economy of dried fish in South and Southeast Asia. His primary geographical focus for the past twenty years has been coastal Gujarat State, India, but he has collaborated with others on research in other parts of South Asia, and elsewhere globally.

 

Recent Publications:

Books:

Derek Johnson, Tim Acott, Natasha Stacey, and Julie Urquhart. (2018). Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries. Dordrecht: Springer.

Refereed Book Chapters:

Derek Johnson, Annie Lalancette, Mimi Lam, Marta Leite, and Sölmundur Karl Pálsson. (2018). The Value of Values for Understanding Transdisciplinary Approaches to Small-Scale Fisheries. In Small-scale fisheries governance: transdisciplinary analysis and practices. R. Chuenpagdee and S. Jentoft, eds: Springer.

Derek Johnson, Tim Acott, Natasha Stacey, and Julie Urquhart. (2018). Conclusion: Reflections on social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries. In Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries, eds. Tim Acott, Derek Johnson, Natasha Stacey, and Julie Urquhart. Dordrecht: Springer.

Derek Johnson, Rajib Biswal, and Jyothis Sathyapalan. (2018). History and social difference in arguments for the societal values of small-scale fisheries in Gujarat, India. In Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries, eds. Derek Johnson, Tim Acott, Natasha Stacey, and Julie Urquhart. Dordrecht: Springer.

Derek Johnson. (2018). The values of small-scale fisheries. In Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries, eds. Derek Johnson, Tim G. Acott, Natasha Stacey, and Julie Urquhart. Springer.

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