Academic Publications

Copies of almost all my writings are available as PDFs. These PDFs are found further down the page where publications are listed by order of year.

1. Books

Please click on cover of each book for more information. PDFs of most of the books are also available in the list of publications by year below. Reviews of these books are available below the cover pages.

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Book Reviews (click on the links below to access)

Fortress Conservation: Collated Reviews; Swara Review

Nature Unbound: Camargo Review; Pawson Review

Celebrity and the Environment: Noe Review; Sullivan Review

Celebrity Advocacy and International Development: Reid Review; Tomáš Profant Review

The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs: Neves Review; Small Review

Prosperity in Rural Africa: Kilby Review; Bryceson & Maina Review; Coulson Review; Yaro review

2. Publications by Year


Ponte, S., Noe, C. and Brockington, D. (eds) 2022. Contested Sustainability: The Political Ecology of Conservation and Development in Tanzania. James Currey, Martlesham. PDF

Pritchard, R., Sauls, L. A., Oldekop, J. A., Kiwango, W. A., and Brockington, D. 2022. ‘Data justice and biodiversity conservation.’ Conservation Biology, 36, e13919.  PDF

Schultz, B., Brockington, D., Coleman, E.A., Djenontin, I., Fischer, H.W., Fleischman, F., Kashwan, P., Marquardt, K., Pfeifer, M., Pritchard, R. and Ramprasad, V. 2022. ‘Recognizing the equity implications of restoration priority maps.’ Environmental Research. Letters 17: 114019 PDF

Minja, R. A., Ponte, S., Mwamfupe, A., Noe, C. and Brockington, D. 2022. The Legitimacy of Sustainability Initiatives in Tanzania. The European Journal of Development Research, doi:10.1057/s41287-022-00513-5. PDF

Stuit, A., Brockington, D., and Corbera, E. 2022. Smart, Commodified and Encoded: Blockchain Technology for Environmental Sustainability and Nature Conservation. Conservation and Society 10.4103/cs.cs_41_21  PDF

Duffy, R. V. and Brockington, D. 2022. Political ecology of security: tackling the illegal wildlife trade. Journal of Political Ecology 29(1), p.21-35. doi: PDF

Krauss, J. E., Artur, L., Brockington, D., Castro, E., Fernando, J., Fisher, J., Kingman, A., Moises, H.M., Mlambo, A., Nuvunga, M., Pritchard, R., Ribeiro, N., Ryan, C.M., Tembe, J. and Zimudzi, C. 2022. ‘To prevent this disease, we have to stay at home, but if we stay at home, we die of hunger’ – Livelihoods, vulnerability and coping with Covid-19 in rural Mozambique. World Development 151: 105757.  PDF

Pritchard, R., T. Alexandridis, M. Amponsah, N. Ben Khatra, D. Brockington, T. Chiconela, J. Ortuño Castillo, I. Garba, M. Gómez-Giménez, M. Haile, C. Kagoyire, M. Kganyago, D. Kleine, T. Korme, A. A. Manni, N. Mashiyi, J. Massninga, F. Mensah, M. Mugabowindekwe, V. Meta, M. Noort, P. Pérez Ramirez, J. Suárez Beltrán and E. Zoungrana 2022. Developing capacity for impactful use of Earth Observation data: Lessons from the AfriCultuReS project. Environmental Development: 100695.

Challender, D.W., Brockington, D., Hinsley, A., Hoffmann, M., Kolby, J.E., Massé, F., Natusch, D.J.D., Oldfield, T.E.E., ’t Sas-Rolfes, M. and Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2022. Accurate characterization of wildlife trade and policy instruments: Reply to D’Cruze et al. (2022) and Frank and Wilcove (2022). Conservation Letters e12870.


Challender, D.W.S., Brockington, D., Hinsley, A., Hoffmann, M., Kolby, J.E., Massé, F.,  Natusch, D.J.D., Oldfield, T.E.E., Outhwaite, W., ’t Sas-Rolfes, M. and Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2021. Mischaracterizing Wildlife Trade and Its Impacts May Mislead Policy Processes. Conservation Letters n/a, e12832. PDF

Requena-i-Mora, M. and Brockington, D. 2021. Seeing environmental injustices: the mechanics, devices and assumptions of environmental sustainability indices and indicators. Journal of Political Ecology 28(1). PDF

Venot, J.-P., Bowers, S., Brockington, D., Komakech, H., Ryan, C., Veldwisch, G.-J. and Woodhouse, P. 2021. Below the radar: Data, narratives and the politics of irrigation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Water Alternatives 14(2): 546-572  PDF

Brockington, D. and Noe, C. 2021. Prosperity in Rural Africa? Insights into Wealth, Assets, and Poverty from Longitudinal Studies in Tanzania. Oxford University Press, Oxford. PDF

Brockington, D. 2021. Persistent Peasant Poverty and Assets. Exploring dynamics of new forms of wealth and poverty in Tanzania 1999-2018. Journal of Peasant Studies 48 (1): 201-220. doi: 10.1080/ 03066150.2019.1658081 PDF

Howland, O., Brockington, D. and Noe, C. 2021. The Multiple Meanings of Prosperity and Poverty. A cross-site comparison from Tanzania. Journal of Peasant Studies 48 (1): 180-200. doi: 10.1080/ 03066150.2019.1658080 PDF

Brockington, D., Coast, E., Howland, O., Mdee, A. and Randall, S. 2021. Assets and Domestic Units: Methodological Challenges for Longitudinal Studies of Poverty Dynamics. Journal of Peasant Studies 48 (1): 159-179. doi: 10.1080/03066150.2019.1658079 PDF

Massarella, K., Nygren, A., Fletcher, R., Büscher, B., Kiwango, W. A., Komi, S., Krauss, J. E., Mabele, M. B., McInturff, A., Sandroni, L. T., Alagona, P. S., Brockington, D., Coates, R. Duffy, R., Ferraz, K. M. P. M. B., Koot, S., Marchini, S. and Percequillo, A.R. 2021). ‘Transformation beyond conservation: how critical social science can contribute to a radical new agenda in biodiversity conservation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 49: 79-87. PDF

Alexandridis, T. K., Ovakoglou, G., Cherif, I., Gómez Giménez, M., Laneve, G., Kasampalis, D., Moshou, D., Kartsios, S., Karypidou, M. C., Katragkou, E., Herrera García, S., Kganyago, M., Mashiyi, N., Pattnayak, K., Challinor, A., Pritchard, R., Brockington, D., Kagoyire, C. and Suarez Beltran, J. 2021. Designing AfriCultuReS services to support food security in Africa. Transactions in GIS, 25, 692-720. DOI: 10.1111/tgis.12684 PDF

Corbera, E., Howe, C., Adams, W.A., and Brockington, D. 2021. ‘Institutional, disciplinary and gender biases in the production of knowledge on ecosystem services and poverty alleviation.’ Oryx.


Banks, N., Schulpen, L. and Brockington, D. 2020. New sectoral perspectives on international NGOs: scale, dynamics and influences. Development in Practice 30 (6): 695-705. DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2020.1801595 PDF

Banks, N. and Brockington, D. 2020. Growth and change in Britain’s development NGO sector 2009–2015. Development in Practice 30 (6): 706-721. DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2020. 1801587 PDF

Erbaugh, J.T., Pradhan, N., Adams, J., Oldekop, J.A., Agrawal, A., Brockington, D., Pritchard, R. and Chhatre, A. 2020. Global forest restoration and the importance of prioritizing local communities. Nat Ecol Evol DOI: 10.1038/s41559-020-01282-2 PDF

Howland, O., Brockington, D. and Christine Noe, N. 2020. Women’s Tears or Coffee Blight? Gender Dynamics and Livelihood Strategies in Contexts of Agricultural Transformation in Tanzania. Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy. DOI: 10.1177/2277976020925318. PDF

Ponte, S. and Brockington, D. 2020. From pyramid to pointed egg? A 20-year perspective on poverty, prosperity, and rural transformation in Tanzania. African Affairs 119 (475): 203–223. PDF

Abidin, A., Brockington, D., Goodman, M.K., Mostafanezhad, M. Richey, L.A. 2020. The Tropes of Celebrity Environmentalism. The Annual Review of Environment and Resources 5 (1): 1–1.24 PDF

Aggarwal, A. and Brockington, D. 2020. Reducing or creating poverty? Analyzing livelihood impacts of forest carbon projects with evidence from India. Land Use Policy 95: 104608 PDF

Jacob. T and Brockington, D. 2020. Learning from the other: Benefit sharing lessons for REDD+ implementation based on CBFM experience in Northern Tanzania. Land Use Policy 97 10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.10.028 PDF


Richey, L.A and Brockington, D. 2019. Celebrity Humanitarianism: Using Tropes of Engagement to Understand North/ South Relations. Perspectives on Politics doi:10.1017/S1537592719002627 PDF

Snyder, K.A., Sulle, E., Massay, D.A., Petro, A., Qamara, P and Brockington, D. 2019 “Modern” farming and the transformation of livelihoods in rural Tanzania. Agriculture and Human Values. doi: 10.1007/s10460-019-09967-6 PDF

Pritchard, R. and Brockington, D. 2019. Forests: regrow with locals’ participation. Nature 569: 630. Nature correspondence has a restricted number of signatories. This derived from a process involving 14 co-authors: Adams, B., Agarwal, B., Agrawal, A., Corbera, E., Duffy, R.V., Oldekop, J., Symons, K., Asiyanbi, A., Collins, Y.A., Krauss, J., Bukhi, M.M., Fletcher, R., Buscher, B. Chhatre, A. PDF

Oommen, M.A., Cooney, R., Ramesh, M., Archer, M., Brockington, D., Büscher, B., Fletcher, R., Natusch, D.J.D., Vanak, A.T., Webb, G. and Shanker, K. 2019. The Fatal Flaws of Compassionate Conservation. Conservation Biology. PDF

Zafra-Calvo, N., Garmendia, E., Pascual, U., Palomo, I., Gross-Camp, N., Brockington, D., Cortes-Vazquez, J-A., Coolsaet, B. and Burgess, N. 2019. Progress toward Equitably Managed Protected Areas in Aichi Target 11: A Global Survey. Bioscience 69 (3): 191-197. PDF

Banks, N., Brockington, D. Maitrot, M. and Hulme, D. 2019. Interrogating Microfinance Performance beyond Products, Clients and the Environment. Insights from the work of BRAC in Tanzania. European Journal of Development Research 31(3): 339-363 PDF

Veldwisch, G.J., Venot, J-P., Woodhouse, P., Komakech, H. and Brockington, D. 2019. Re-introducing politics in African farmer-led irrigation development: Introduction to a Special Issue. Water Alternatives 12(1): 1-12  PDF


Brockington, D., Adams, W.M., Agarwal, B., Agrawal, A., Büscher, B., Chhatre, A., Duffy, R., Fletcher, R., and Oldekop, J.O. 2018. Working Governance for Working Lands. Science 362 (6420): 1257 PDF

Howe, C., Corbera, E., Brockington, D. and Adams, W.M. 2018. Distinct positions underpin ecosystem services for poverty alleviation. Oryx Vol and Page numbers TBC. doi:10.1017/S0030605318000261  PDF

Östberg, W., Howland, O., Mduma, J. and Brockington, D. 2018. Tracing Improving Livelihoods in Rural Africa Using Local Measures of Wealth: A Case Study from Central Tanzania, 1991–2016. Land 7 (44): 1-26  PDF

Brockington, D., O. Howland, V.-M. Loiske, M. Mnzava and C. Noe Economic Growth, Rural Assets and Prosperity. Exploring the implications of a twenty year record of asset growth in Tanzania. Journal of Modern African Studies 56 (2): 217-243 PDF

Larsen, P.B. & Brockington D. (eds) 2018. The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs. Palgrave, London. PDF


Brockington, D. 2017. ‘Environment and celebrity’ and ‘Conservation and Capitalism’. Chapters in The International Encyclopedia of Geography. Edited by Douglas Richardson, Noel Castree, Michael F. Goodchild, Audrey Kobayashi, Weidong Liu, and Richard A. Marston. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Peter Horton, P., Banwart, S.A., Brockington, D., Brown, G.W., Bruce, R., Cameron, D., Holdsworth, M., Koh, L. S. C., Ton, J. and Peter Jackson. 2017. An agenda for integrated system-wide interdisciplinary agri-food research. Food Security 9:195–210  PDF

Zafra-Calvo, N., Pascual, U., Brockington, D., Coolsaet, B., Cortes-Vazquez, J.A., Gross-Camp, N., Palomo, I. and Burgess, N.D. 2017 Towards an indicator system to assess equitable management in protected areas. Biological Conservation 211: 134–141  PDF

Woodhouse, P., Veldwisch, G-J., Venot, J-P., Brockington, D., Komakech, H. and Manjichi, A. 2017. African farmer-led irrigation development: reframing agricultural policy and investment? Journal of Peasant Studies 44 (1): 213-133.  PDF

Büscher, B., Fletcher, R., Brockington, D., Sandbrook, C.S., Adams, W.M., Campbell, L., Corson, C., Dressler, W., Duffy, R., Gray, N., Holmes, G., Kelly, A., Lunstrum, E., Ramutsindela, M. and Shanker, K. 2016. Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation, and their implications. Oryx 51 (3): 407-410  PDF

Brockington, D. ‘Introduction´. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 8: 1–7 PDF


Brockington, D. 2016. ‘Epilogue: the politics of celebrity humanitarianism.’ Chapter in Celebrity Humanitarianism and North-South Relations. Ed by Richey, L.-A. Routledge, Abingdon.  Word

Goodman, M.K., Littler, J., Brockington, D., and Boykoff, M. 2016. Spectacular environmentalisms: media, knowledge and the framing of ecological politics. Environmental Communication 10 (6):677-688  PDF

St John, F., Brockington D., Bunnefeld N., Duffy R., Homewood K., Jones J.P.G., Keane A.M., Milner-Gulland E.J., Nuno A., and Razafimanahaka J.H. Research ethics: Assuring anonymity at the individual level may not be sufficient to protect research participants from harm. Biological Conservation 196: 208-209.  PDF


Duffy, R., St John, F., Büscher, B. and Brockington, D. 2015. ‘Toward a new understanding of the links between poverty and illegal wildlife hunting.’ Conservation Biology 30 (1): 14-22.  PDF

Brockington, D. and Ponte, S. 2015. The Green Economy in the global South: experiences, redistributions and resistance. Third World Quarterly 36 (12): 2197-2206.  PDF

Duffy, R., St John, F., Büscher, B. and Brockington, D. 2015. The militarization of anti-poaching: Undermining long term goals? Environmental Conservation 42 (4): 345-348. Link  PDF

Brockington, D and Wilkie, D. 2015. Protected areas and poverty. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 370: 20140271. Link  PDF

Brockington, D. 2015. Towards an International Understanding of the Power of Celebrity Persuasions. A Review and a Research Agenda. Celebrity Studies 6 (4): 486-504. Link PDF

Brockington, D. 2015. Celebrity advocacy: international and comparative perspectives. Celebrity Studies 6 (4): 393-398. Link  PDF

Brockington, D. 2015. El poder perdurable de la Conservación Fortaleza en África. Nova Africa 32 (Enero 2015). Link PDF

Brockington, D. and Henson, S. 2015. ‘Signifying the Public: Celebrity Advocacy and post-democratic politics’ International Journal of Cultural Studies. 18(4): 431-448. Link PDF

Castree, N., Adams, W.M., Barry, J., Brockington, D., Büscher, B., Corbera, E., Demeritt, D., Duffy, R., Neves, K., Newell, P., Pellizzoni, L., Rigby, K., Robbins, P., Robin, L., Rose, D.B., Ross, A., Schlosberg, D., Sörlin, S., West, P., Whitehead, M. and Wynne, B. 2014. ‘Changing the Intellectual Climate.’ Nature Climate Change 4 (9): 763-8. PDF

Brockington, D. and Banks, N. 2014. Exploring the Success of BRAC Tanzania’s Microfinance Programme. Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Paper 202. Link

Brockington, D. 2014.Celebrity Advocacy and International Development. Routledge, London. PDF

Brockington, D. 2014. ‘The Production and Performance of Authenticity: the work of celebrity in international development.’ Third World Quarterly 35(1): 88-108 PDF

Brockington, D. 2014. ‘Celebrity Spectacle, Post-Democratic Politics and Nature Incorporated.’ Chapter in Nature Inc: New Frontiers of Environmental Conservation in the Neoliberal Age. University of Arizona Press, Tuscon.  Link  PDF

Brockington, D. 2013. ‘Foreword.’ Invited contribution in Huggan, G. Nature’s Saviours Earthscan-Wiley. Link

Brockington, D. 2013. ‘Celebrity, Environmentalism and Conservation.’ In E.A. Lester and B. Hutchins, (eds) Environmental Conflict and the Media, Peter Lang, New York. Link

Holmes, G., Scholfield, K. and Brockington, D. 2012. ‘A Comparison of Global Conservation Prioritization Models with Spatial Spending Patterns of Conservation Nongovernmental Organizations’ Conservation Biology 26 (4): 602-609. PDF

Buscher, B., Brockington, D., Igoe, J., Neves, K. and Sullivan, S. 2012. Towards a consolidated critique of Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 23 (2): 4-30. PDF

Brockington, D.  2012. ‘Celebrities Interventions’. Contribution to Forum / Debate ‘Brand Africa: Multiple Transitions in Global Capitalism’  Ponte, S. and Richey, L. Review of African Political Economy 39 (131): 135-50PDF

Homewood, K., Chenevix Trench, P. and Brockington, D. 2012. ‘Pastoral livelihoods and wildlife revenues’ Pastoralism Journal 2: 19 PDF

Brockington, D. 2012. ‘A Radically Conservative Vision? The Challenge of UNEP’s Towards a Green Economy.’ Development and Change 43 (1): 409-422. PDF

Holmes, G., Ferguson, B. and Brockington, D. 2012. ‘Protected areas – what people say about well being.’ Chapter in D. Roe, J.Elliot and Matt Walpole (ed) Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Reduction. Wiley Earthscan, Oxford

Homewood, K., Chenevix Trench, P. and Brockington, D. 2012. ‘Pastoralism and conservation – who benefits?’ Chapter in D. Roe, J.Elliot and Matt Walpole (ed) Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Reduction. Wiley Earthscan, Oxford

Brockington, D. 2011. ‘Ecosystem Services and Fictitious Commodities.’
Environmental Conservation 38 (4): 367-9. PDF

Brockington, D and Duffy, R. (eds) 2011. Conservation and Capitalism. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. Link PDF

Brockington, D. 2011. Celebrity, Charisma and the Environmental Movement. Current Conservation 5 (4): 20-21.

Brockington, D. 2011. A Brief Guide to (Conservation) NGOs. Current Conservation 5 (1): 30-31.

Brockington, D. 2011. ‘Doing it for charity. How can charities get more from their relationships with celebrities?’ Chapter in Britain in 2012 (Annual ESRC Publication).

Brockington, D. 2011 Untitled Section in ‘Views from the Industry’ in Wildlife Film-making. Looking to the Future. Edited by Piers Warren. Wildeye, UK.

Brockington, D. 2011. ‘Charities need to rethink celebrity’ Third Sector 8/11/11.

Dressler, W., Büscher, B., Schoon, M., Brockington, D., Hayes, T., Kull, C., Mccarthy, J., and Streshta, K. 2010. From Hope to Crisis and Back Again? A Critical History of the Global CBNRM Narrative. Environmental Conservation 37 (1): 5-15. PDF

Oldekop, J.A., Bebbington, A.J., Brockington, D., and Preziosi, R.F. 2010. ‘Understanding the Lessons and Limitations of Conservation and Development.’ Conservation Biology 24 (2): 461-9. PDF

Brockington, D and Duffy, R. 2010. ‘Conservation and Capitalism: an Introduction.’ Antipode 42 (3): 469-484. PDF

Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K. 2010. ‘Conservation NGOs and the Conservationist Mode of Production in sub-Saharan Africa.’ Antipode 42 (3): 551-575. PDF

Igoe, J., Neves-Graca, K. and Brockington, D. 2010. ‘A Spectacular Eco-Tour Around the Historic Bloc: Theorizing the Convergence of Biodiversity Conservation and Capitalist Expansion. Antipode 42 (3): 486-512. PDF

Lele, S., Wilshusen, P., Brockington, D., Seidler, R. and Bawa, K. 2010. ‘Beyond exclusion: alternative approaches to biodiversity conservation in the developing tropics.’ Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2: 1-7. PDF

Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K. 2010. ‘Expenditure by Conservation Non-Governmental Organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa.’ Conservation Letters 3(2): 106-113. PDF

Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K. 2010. ‘The work of conservation organisations in sub-Saharan Africa.’ Journal of Modern African Studies 48 (1): 1-33. PDF

Homewood, K., Brockington, D. and Sullivan, S. 2010. ‘Alternative view of Serengeti Road.’ Nature 467: 788-9.

Sachedina, H., Igoe, J. and Brockington, D. 2010. ‘The Spectacular Growth of the African Wildlife Foundation and the Paradoxes of Neoliberal Conservation. Current Conservation 3(3): 24-27. Link to 1.4 MB download

Igoe, J. Sullivan, S. and Brockington, D. 2010. ‘Problematising Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation” Displaced and Disobedient Knowledge.’ Current Conservation3 (3): 4-7 Link to 1.4 MB download

Brockington, D. 2010. ‘The Horny Celebrity Dilemma.’ The Horn, Autumn 2010. Page 21 of this link.

Celebrity and the Environment. Fame, Wealth and Power in Conservation. ZedBooks, London, 2009. PDF

Brockington, D., Sachedina, H., and Scholfield, K. 2009. Conservation as a Driving Force in Land Use Change in Tanzania. International Journal of African Historical Studies 41(3): 1-24. PDF

Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K. 2009. Celebrity Conservation. In Celebrity Colonialism: Fame, Representation, and Power in Colonial and Post-Colonial Cultures edited by Robert Clarke. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Brockington, D. 2009. ‘Getting Development into the News. The Role of Celebrity in Development’ Development@Manchester Issue 3.

Brockington, D., Duffy, R. and Igoe, J. 2008. Nature Unbound. Conservation, Capitalism and the Future of Protected Areas. Earthscan, London PDF

Igoe, J., Brockington, D., Randall, S. and Scholfield, K. 2008. Lessons to be learned about migration around protected areas. Science (E-Letter, 11 December 2008), Link.

Brockington, D. 2008. ‘Corruption, Taxation, Democracy and Natural Resource Management in Tanzania.’ Journal of Development Studies 44 (1): 103-126. PDF

Upton, C., Ladle, R., Hulme, D., Jiang, T., Brockington, D. and Adams, W.M. 2008. ‘Protected Areas, Poverty & Biodiversity: A National Scale Analysis.’ Oryx 42 (1): 19-25. PDF

Brockington D. 2008. ‘Powerful Environmentalisms. Conservation, Celebrity and Capitalism.’ Media, Culture and Society 30 (4): 551-568. PDF

Brockington D. 2008. Celebrity Conservation. Interpreting the Irwins. Media International Australia. 127: 96-108. PDF (3.3 MB)

Brockington, D. and Igoe, J. 2008. ‘Eviction for Conservation. A Global Overview.’Current Conservation 2 (3): 7-8.

Scholfield, K. and Brockington, D. 2008. Non-Governmental Organisations and African Wildlife Conservation: A Preliminary Analysis. The University of Manchester. Also printed as a paper for the Brooks World Poverty Institute. The report is available here in both a high and low memory format.

Igoe, J. and Brockington, D. 2007. ‘Neoliberal conservation. A brief introduction.’Conservation and Society 5 (4): 432-449. Link  PDF

Schmidt-Soltau, K., and Brockington, D. 2007 ‘Protected Areas and Resettlement: what scope for voluntary relocation?’ World Development 35 (12): 2182-2202. PDF

Brockington, D. 2007. ‘Devolution, Community Conservation and Forests. On local government performance and Village Forest Reserves in Tanzania.’ Society and Natural Resources 20: 835-48. PDF

Winer, N., Turton, D. and Brockington, D. 2007. ‘Conservation, Protected Areas and Humanitarian Practice.’ Policy Matters 15: 232-40. Link

Brockington, D. 2007. ‘Community Conservation.’ Current Conservation 1 (1): 7.

Brockington, D. and Igoe, J.  2006. ‘Eviction for Conservation. A Global Overview.’Conservation and Society 4 (3): 424-70. Reprinted: (in Portugeuse), in A ecologia politica das grandes ONGs transnacionais conservacionistas. Organizador Antonio Carlos Diegues. NUPAUB-USB, Sao Paulo, and in Development Induced Displacement: Contexts and Consequences, IFCAI, Calcutta. Link PDF

West, P., Igoe, J. and Brockington, D. 2006. ‘Parks and Peoples:  The Social Impact of Protected Areas.’ Annual Review of Anthropology 35: 251-77. PDF

West, P. and Brockington, D. 2006. ‘An Anthropological Perspective on Some Unexpected Consequences of Protected Areas.’ Conservation Biology 20 (3): 609-616. PDF

Brockington, D. 2006. ‘The politics and ethnography of environmentalisms in Tanzania.’ African Affairs 105 (418): 97-116. PDF

Brockington, D., Igoe, J. and K. Schmidt-Soltau, K. 2006. Conservation, Human Rights, and Poverty Reduction. Conservation Biology 20 (1): 250-2. PDF

Brockington, D. 2006. Entries on ‘Maasai’, ‘Samburu’, ‘Agriculture – Intensive’, ‘Agriculture – Slash and Burn’, ‘Ik’ and ‘Nomads’, in H. James Birx (ed) Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Sage, London.

Borrini-Feyerabend, G. and Brockington, D. (with Diaw, C., Farvar, T., Rahmanian, M., Rahimzadeh, A., Shamimi, L., Roe, D., Scherl, L. and Williams, A.A.) 2006. ‘Poverty and wealth, security and respect, policies and rights – seeking the conditions for synergy between livelihoods and conservation.’ Policy Matters 14: 5-8.

Brockington, D. 2006. Review of Loving Nature by Kay Milton in Area. PDF

Bhomia, R.K. and Brockington, D. 2006. ‘Conservation: pride or prejudice? An analysis of the Protected Areas of India.’ Policy Matters 14: 142-154. Link

Brockington, D. 2005. ‘The costs of conservation: monitoring economic change as a consequence of conservation policy at Mkomazi Game Reserve, Tanzania.’ In K. Homewood (ed) Rural resources and local livelihoods in Africa. James Currey, Oxford. PDF

Brockington, D., Millea, N., Mortimore, M., Pinfold, J. and Popham, M. 2005. The Commonwealth and African Aerial Photograph Archive. Report to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Adams, W.M., Aveling, R., Brockington, D., Dickson,B., Elliott, J., Hutton, J., Roe, R., Vira, B., and Wolmer, W. 2004. ‘Conservation and Poverty: A Framework for Analysis’ Science 306: 1146-9. PDF

Brockington, D. and Schmidt-Soltau, K. 2004. ‘The social and environmental impacts of wilderness and development.’ Oryx 38: 1-3. PDF

Brockington, D. 2004. ‘Community conservation, Inequality and Injustice. Myths of Power in Protected Area Management.’ Conservation and Society 2 (2): 411-432. PDF Link

Sullivan, S. and Brockington, D. 2004 Qualitative methods in globalisation studies: or, saying something about the world without counting or inventing it, CSGR Working Paperno. 139/04

Adams, W.A., Brockington, D. Dyson, J. and Vira, B. 2003 ‘Managing tragedies. Understanding Conflict over Common Pool Resources.’ Science 302: 1915-6. Reprinted in pages 149-153 of D.Kennedy (ed) Science Magazine’s State of the Planet 2006-7. Island Press, Washington. PDF

Brockington, D. 2003. ‘Myths of Sceptical Environmentalism.’ Environmental Science and Policy 6: 543-546. PDF

Gillson, L., Sheridan, M. & Brockington, D. 2003‘Representing environments in flux: case studies from East Africa.’ Area 35: 371-389PDF

Brockington, D. and Sullivan, S. 2003. ‘Meaning and fieldwork – lessons from qualitative research methodologies.’ In R. Schevyns (ed) Field work and Development Studies. A Rough Guide. Sage, London.

Brockington, D. 2003. ‘Injustice and conservation – Is  “local support” necessary for sustainable protected areas?’ Policy Matters 12: 22-30. PDF

Brockington, D. 2002. Fortress Conservation. The preservation of the Mkomazi Game Reserve. James Currey, African Issues series, Oxford.

Adams, W.A., Brockington, D. Dyson, J. and Vira, B. 2002. ‘Analytical framework for dialogue on CPR management.’ Report to the Department for International Development, UK.

Adams, W.A., Brockington, D. Dyson, J. and Vira, B. 2002. ‘Common Choices: Policy Options for Common Pool Resources’. Report to the Department for International Development, UK.

Brockington, D. 2001. ‘Women’s Income and Livelihood Strategies of Dispossessed Pastoralists.’ Human Ecology 29: 307-338. PDF

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