Peer reviewed articles
Rotz, S. et al. 2019. Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Big Data in Agriculture. Sociologia Ruralis.
Rotz, S. et al. 2019. Automated pastures and the digital divide: How agricultural technologies are shaping labour and rural communities. Journal of Rural Studies.
Rotz, S., Fraser, E. D. G., Martin, R. 2019. Situating Tenure, Capital and Finance in Farmland Relations: implications for stewardship and agroecological health in Ontario. Journal of Peasant Studies.
Rotz, S. & Kepkiewicz, L. 2018. Settler Colonialism and the (Im)possibilities of a national food policy. Canadian Food Studies (CFS).
Kepkiewicz, L. & Rotz, S. 2018. Toward Anti-Colonial Food Policy in Canada? A Reflection on the People’s Food Policy Project. Canadian Food Studies (CFS).
Rotz, S. 2018. Drawing lines in the cornfield: an analysis of discourse and identity relations across agri-food networks. Agriculture and Human Values.
Rotz, S., & Fraser, E. D. G. 2015. Resilience and the industrial food system: analyzing the impacts of agricultural industrialization on food system vulnerability. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 5, 459–473.
Rotz, S. 2014. REDD’ing Forest Conservation: The Philippine Predicament. Capitalism Nature Socialism 25 (2): 43–59.
Weersink, A., Fraser, E., Pannell, D., Duncan, E., and Rotz, S. 2018. Opportunities and Challenges for Big Data in Agricultural and Environmental Analysis. Annual Review of Resource Economics.
Rotz, S. and Fraser, E. D. G. The Limits of Sustainability and Resilience Frameworks: Lessons from agri-food system research. In S. Bell, & S. Morse (Eds), The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Indicators. Routledge. New York; London.
2018 Canada’s soils are in crisis. The Hill Times, November 7.
2018 We can do much more to improve soil health in Canada. Rural Delivery, October.
2018 How Ontario’s latest Soil Health Strategy falls short. Ontario Farmer, September 11.
2016 Kepkiewicz, L & Rotz, S. Toward Anti-Colonial Food Policy in Canada? A reflection on the People’s Food Policy Project. Food, Equity and Activism Study Team (FEAST), University of Toronto, August 15.