Ian Mosby, Sarah Rotz & Evan DG Fraser. Uncertain Harvest: The Future of Food on a Warming Planet. University of Regina Press. May 2020
Peer reviewed articles & book chapters
Robin, T., Rotz, S., & Xavier, A. (2023). Indigenous Food Sovereignty in Ontario : A Study of Exclusion at the Ministry of Agriculture , Food & Rural Affairs. A Yellowhead Institute Special Report.
The RAIR Collective* (2023). Field Notes from RAIR: Putting Relational Accountability into Practice. Canadian Food Studies (CFS). *In alphabetical order: Boissoneau, D., Fenton, A., Giacomini, T., Lickers, A. X., Kepkiewicz, L., Rotz, S.
Duncan, E., Rotz, S., Magnan, A., & Bronson, K. (2022). Disciplining Land through Data: The Role of Agricultural Technologies in Farmland Assetization. Sociologia Ruralis.
Rotz, S. (2022). Gendered Messaging. In Showing Theory to Know Theory (P. Ballamingie & D. Szanto, eds.). Ottawa: Showing Theory Press.
Rotz, S. (2022) Food as Relations: Reflecting on our Roots, (Re)visioning our Relationships. In Food Studies: Matter, Meaning & Movement. Rebus Community.
Sanchez-Pimienta C. E., Masuda J. R., Doucette M. B., Lewis D., Rotz S., the Native Women’s Association of Canada, Tait Neufeld H., and Castleden H. (2021). Implementing Indigenous Gender-Based Analysis in Research: Principles, Practices, and Lessons Learned. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Rotz, S., Rose, J., Masuda, J., Lewis, D., and Castleden, H. 2021. “Toward Intersectional and Culturally Relevant Sex and Gender Analysis in Health Research.” Social Science and Medicine, 135907.
Bronson, K., Rotz, S., & D’Alessandro, A. (2021) The Human Impact of Data Bias and the Digital Agricultural Revolution. In the Handbook on the Human Impact of Agriculture. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Walker, C., Doucette, M.B., Rotz, S., Lewis, D., Tait Neufeld, H., & Castleden, H. (2021) Non-Indigenous Perspectives on Indigenous Peoples’ Involvement in Renewable Energy: Exploring ‘Reconciliation’. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management.
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. and Fraser, E. D. G. (2018). 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.
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. 2017. ‘They Took Our Beads, It Was a Fair Trade, Get over It’: Settler Colonial Logics, Racial Hierarchies and Material Dominance in Canadian Agriculture. Geoforum 82: 158–69.
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.
Report on the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) Engagement with Indigenous Rights, Relationships, Consent and Representation (February 2022)
How COVID-19 Changed the Food System, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO (June 1, 2020).
As meat plants shut down, COVID-19 reveals the extreme concentration of our food supply. The Globe and Mail (April 29, 2020).
The Settler Playbook: Understanding Responses to #ShutDownCanada in Historical Context. Active History (February, 2020).
2018. Soil health in Canada, Radio Interview on the CBC Morning Edition, November 13.
2018. Canada’s soils are in crisis. The Hill Times, November 7.
2018. Sarah Rotz, Rod MacRae and Ralph C. Martin. We can do much more to improve soil health in Canada.
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.