This blog is written by Dr Lydia Medland. The blog posts are on-going observations, written in the first person, of life, research and food-related issues. Below are my academic publications:

Medland, L, 2021, ‘There is no time’: Agri-food internal migrant workers in Morocco’s tomato industry, Journal of Rural Studies, online pre-publication.

Medland, L, 2021, Reconsidering migration dynamics within diverse rural spaces, in, Emma Carmel, Katharina Lenner, Regine Paul (eds) Handbook on the Governance and Politics of Migration, Edward Elgar.

Medland L, (2019) Language learning as research rehearsal: Preparation for multi-linguistic field research in Morocco in, Robert Gibb, Annabel Tremlett, Julien Danero Iglesias (eds) Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research.

Medland, L., Anderson, B., Bales, K., Bogg, A., Novitz, T., O’Connell Davidson, J., Pitts, F. H., & Turnbull, P. (2018). The ‘future’ of work? A call for the recognition of continuities in challenges for conceptualising work and its regulation. (Bristol Law Research Paper Series; Vol. 2019, No. 001). School of Law, University of Bristol.

Medland L, (2017). Misconceiving ‘seasons’ in global food systems: The case of the EU Seasonal Workers Directive, European Law Journal, vol 23., pp. 157-171

Medland L, (2016). Working for social sustainability: Insights from a Spanish organic production enclave. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 40(10) pp. 1133-1156

Jiménez-Aceituno, A, Medland, L, Delgado, A, Carballés-Bretón, A, Maiques-Diaz, A, Muñoz, LD, Marín-Rodríguez, M, Chamorro-Ortiz, P & Casado-Cid, B. (2016). ‘Social Theatre as a Tool for Environmental Learning Processes: A Case Study from Madrid, Spain’. in: Martha Monroe, Marianne Krasny (eds) Across the Spectrum: Resources for Environmental Educators. North American Association for Environmental Education, pp. 281-296.