Book and Book Chapters:

Naylor, L. Fair Trade Rebels: Coffee Production and Struggles for Autonomy in Chiapas. Diverse Economies and Livable Worlds Series, University of Minnesota Press, 2019.

Winner of the 2020 Julian Minghi Distinguished Book Award from the American Association of Geographers Political Geography Specialty Group

Introduction and Chapter 1 available to read for free online at Manifold by UMN Press. UD Space: .pdf download

Fair trade isn’t fair: Fair Trade Month Vignette

For chapter information and excerpts see JSTOR page.

Fair trade isn’t fair: Fair Trade Month Vignette

Naylor, L. ‡ “Diverse Economies of Care-full healthcare: Banking and Sharing Human Milk.” In The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of Health and Healthcare, edited by David Primrose, Robin Chang, and Rodney Loeppky, 459 – 470. London: Routledge. 2024.

Naylor, L.  “Fair Trade: market-based ethical encounters and the messy entanglements of living well.” In The Handbook of Diverse Economies, edited by Kelly Dombroski and Katherine Gibson, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Press, 2020.

Naylor, L. “Is the Conflict in Chiapas, Mexico, between the Zapatistas and the Mexican Government, Primarily a Conflict over Natural Resources? The Chiapas Conflict: A Battle for Indigenous Recognition and Rights.” In Natural Resource Conflicts [2 Volumes]: From Blood Diamonds to Rainforest Destruction, edited by M. Troy Burnett, 2:654–60. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO.

Journal Articles:
* denotes graduate student co-author           † denotes undergraduate student co-author

O’Donnell, Kiera L., Emily S. Bernhardt, Xi Yang, Ryan E. Emanuel, Marcelo Ardón, Manuel T. Lerdau, Alex K. Manda, Anna Braswell; Todd K. BenDor; Eric C. Edwards; Elizabeth Frankenberg; Ashley M. Helton; John S. Kominoski; Amy Lesen; Lindsay Naylor; Greg Noe; Kate Tully; Elliott White; Justin Wright.  “Saltwater Intrusion and Sea Level Rise Threatens U.S. Rural Coastal Landscapes and Communities.” Anthropocene, January, 2024.

Compton, Crystal,* Abigail Clarke-Sather, Jessica L. Ridgway, and Lindsay Naylor. “Body Map Image Coding to Support Wearable Design for Skin-to-Skin Contact.” The Design Journal 26, no. 6 (November 2, 2023): 878–99.

Naylor, L.,  “A Feminist Ethic of Care in the Neoliberal University.” Society & Space. in Radical Geographies and the Neoliberal University: Contradictions and Possibilities (October 2, 2023).

Sovacool, Benjamin K., Shannon Elizabeth Bell, Cara Daggett, Christine Labuski, Myles Lennon, Lindsay Naylor, Julie Klinger, Kelsey Leonard, and Jeremy Firestone. “Pluralizing Energy Justice: Incorporating Feminist, Anti-Racist, Indigenous, and Postcolonial Perspectives.” Energy Research & Social Science 97 (March 1, 2023):

Naylor, L. “The Monstrosity of the Corporate Control of Food Shortages: The Geopolitics of the 2022 Infant Feeding Crisis in the United States.”  137 (December): 146–50.

Naylor, L. “Solidarity as a development performance and practice in coffee exchanges.” Special Issue on the Alternatives to sustainable development: What can we learn from the pluriverse in practice? Sustainability Science. (May 5, 2022) OPEN ACCESS FREE DOWNLOAD

Kim, Nari* and Lindsay Naylor. “COVID-19, social distancing, and an ethic of care: rethinking later-life care in the U.S.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. 21 (1): 65–80. (open access)

Naylor, L., and Nathan Thayer.* “Between Paranoia and Possibility: Diverse Economies and the Decolonial Imperative.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. (February 13, 2022):

Naylor, L. “The Body as a Site of Care: Food and Lactating Bodies in the U.S.” Gender, Place & Culture 29 no. 3 (March 4, 2022): 440–49.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Michael Weber,* Abigail Clarke-Sather, Kelly Cobb, and Lindsay Naylor. “Proof of concept simple conductive thread stitch sensor to measure the duration of kangaroo care.” Journal of Textile Engineering & Fashion Technology 1, no. 7 (2021): 16-22. (open access)

Naylor, L. and Dana Veron. (equal authorship) “Geographic Education in the Anthropocene: Cultivating Citizens at the Neoliberal University.” Physical Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, 2021 Special Issue on the Anthropocene. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111 no. 3 (April 16, 2021): 958–69.

Naylor, L., Abigail Clarke-Sather, and Michael Weber.* “Troubling Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.” Geoforum 114 (August 1, 2020): 107–16.

Naylor, L. “Geopolitics and Food Sovereignty: Cuban Imaginaries.” Geopolitics 26, no. 5 (October 4, 2021): 1562–85.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Naylor, L. “Food Sovereignty in Place: Cuba and Spain.” Agriculture and Human Values, 36, no. 4 (December 1, 2019): 705-17.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Naylor, L., Ibrahim Ali, Paul Massey, Mary Mathison, Alyshia M. Silva, Paul Wasserman. “Representing Food Sovereignty: Views from Cuba.” FOCUS on Geography 62, (June 2019), doi: 10.21690/foge/2016.62.3p (open access)

Naylor, L. “Fair Trade Coffee Exchanges and Community Economies.” Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 50, no. 5 (August 2018): 1027-1046.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Stanko, H., † and Lindsay Naylor. “Facilitating (?) Urban Agriculture in Philadelphia: Sustainability Narratives in the Inequitable City.” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 23, no. 4 (April 3, 2018): 468–84.

Naylor, L., Michelle Daigle, Sophia Zaragocín, Margaret Marietta Ramírez, and Mary Gilmartin. “Interventions: Bringing the Decolonial to Political Geography.” Political Geography 66 (September 2018): 199-209. 2018, doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2017.11.002.

Naylor, L. “A Place for GMOs in Food Sovereignty?” Geographical Review, 107 (4) (October 2017):572–77. doi:10.1111/gere.12258.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]
; from forum:

Naylor, L. “Reframing Autonomy in Political Geography: A Feminist Geopolitics of Autonomous Resistance.” Political Geography 58 (May 2017): 24–35.

[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Darian, Jean C., Louis Tucci, Cynthia M. Newman, and Lindsay Naylor. “An Analysis of Consumer Motivations for Purchasing Fair Trade Coffee.” Journal of International Consumer Marketing 27, no. 4 (July 9, 2015): 318–27.

Naylor, L. “‘Some Are More Fair than Others’: Fair Trade Certification, Development, and North–South Subjects.” Agriculture and Human Values 31, no. 2 (June 1, 2014): 273–84. 
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Naylor, L. “Hired Gardens and the Question of Transgression: Lawns, Food Gardens and the Business of ‘alternative’ Food Practice.” Cultural Geographies 19, no. 4 (October 1, 2012): 483–504.
[Pre-publication version (.pdf download)]

Professional Papers:

Clarke-Sather, Abigail, and Lindsay Naylor. “Survey as a Contextual Design Method Applied to Breastfeeding Wearables for Mothers Caring for Infants in NICUS.” In Proceedings of the 2019 Design of Medical Devices Conference. Minneapolis, Minn.: DMD, 2019.

Obringer, K.* and Lindsay Naylor. “Toward a Theory of Food Politics.” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 18-20, 2018.

Naylor, L. ‡ “Hegemonic solidarities: how fair trade networks foster connection and control in coffee production.” Invited paper for the 2013 Empire and Solidarity in the Americas Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 18-19, 2013.

Naylor, L. “Food Sovereignty and the Politics of Indigenous Resistance in Chiapas, Mexico.” Prepared for delivery at the 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, May 23-26, 2012 [.pdf version]

Naylor, L. “Constructing Autonomy through the Colonial Difference: Zapatista-aligned communities and the articulation of food sovereignty.” Prepared for delivery at the 2011 Race, Space, Nature Symposium, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, April 27, 2011

Book Reviews:

Mora, Mariana, 2017. “Kuxlejal Politics: Indigenous Autonomy, Race, and Decolonizing Research in Zapatista Communities.” Austin: University of Texas Press. Journal of Latin American Geography 18, no. 3 (2019): 235-237.

Eaton, Emily. 2013. Growing Resistance: Canadian Farmers and the Politics of Genetically Modified Wheat. Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press. Naylor, L. Book Reviews: Human Geography 11, no. 1 (2018): 79-81.

Fitting, Elizabeth M. 2011. The struggle for maize: campesinos, workers, and transgenic corn in the Mexican countryside. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press. Naylor, L. The bookshelf, Books in Review. Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture 12, no. 4 (2012): 125–126.

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